How do I buy tickets?
Tickets will go on sale starting 1 September at 11:00 AM. Tickets can be purchased in person at the box office of Teatr Wielki – Polish National Opera or online at butik.teatrwielki.pl
Be advised, purchased tickets are non-refundable.
Do you offer reduced tickets?
During the La Folle Journée festival, only regular tickets are available for purchase.
The ticket prices depend on the type of concert and seating. More information here.
Can I return a ticket?
Unfortunately, ticket refunds are not possible.
Do I need to have a printed ticket?
Printing the ticket is not required. You can present a ticket on your mobile device. Please zoom in on the barcode and brighten the screen for the theater staff to scan it.
Can I bring a child to an orchestral concert?
Aside from the Family concerts, you can attend an orchestral concert only with a child over 6 years of age. Younger children are welcome to join concerts categorized as Family events. Moreover, children aged between 7 and 9 may also participate in select concerts categorized as With Your Participation events
Does my child need a ticket for the Smykofonia event?
For the Smykofonia event, even the youngest attendees must have their own ticket. The guardian also needs to purchase a ticket.
What do the concert categories refer to?
Concerts are grouped into categories, which are meant to provide cues for attendees.
Orchestral – concerts featuring a symphony orchestra. Sometimes the ensemble is accompanied by a soloist.
Chamber music – concerts by small ensembles, in a variety of vocal and instrumental configurations. Mostly with classical repertoire.
Recital – concerts of one instrumentalist: pianist or guitar player.
Family – chamber and orchestral concerts for whole families, with children in various age groups 0-2, 2-5, 3-8 and 7+.
Young Performers – concerts by music school orchestras from all over Poland.
With Your Participation – interactive concerts with voluntary audience participation.
Jazz – concerts of jazz music, often involving improvisation.
Early Music – concerts by ensembles playing historical instruments or using early performance techniques.
Nigh Concert – a 2-in-1 concert, twice as long and with two soloists. For night owls only!
Is the event accessible to individuals with disabilities?
For the detailed information about the accessibility of the Teatr Wielki – Polish National Opera venue, please visit the Accessibility Statement – La Folle Journée website.
FOR WHEELCHAIR USERS
Before purchasing a ticket, please contact the Ticket Service Office at Teatr Wielki – Polish National Opera to make a seat reservation.