Offers for youths

Supported by UNIQA

The Salzburg Festival offers a wide range of events, workshops, screenings and ways of participation for young people aged 5 to 27. The focus here is not on the skills but on the interest in arts and culture. Whether in the form of reduced tickets or from participation in our Theater Kinderchor: We want to support and encourage young people’s interest in opera, music and drama.

Youth Subscriptions

For selected performances, reduced tickets are offered for children, teenagers and young adults under the age of 27 (born after June 30). Approximately 6,000 tickets to opera, drama and concert performances are offered as youth subscriptions with reductions of up to 90%. Discover more about youth subscriptions and get your tickets!

If you have purchased youth tickets during the past season or have already registered your interest in youth tickets, you are part of our database and will receive information on youth subscriptions automatically. Otherwise, please send us your information (name, address, email, phone number and date of birth) to or contact the ticket office:

Salzburg Festival Ticket Office
Herbert-von-Karajan-Platz 11
A-5010 Salzburg
Telefon: +43 662 8045 500

Order youth subscriptions via the app Ticket Gretchen!
The Salzburg Festival’s youth subscriptions can be ordered directly, simply and quickly via the app Ticket Gretchen, the app for tickets to cultural events. This can be downloaded free of charge via the App Store or Google Play.

Learn more about the programme of this year’s youth subscriptions!

“Young Friends”
Members of the “Young Friends” of the Festival also have the opportunity to purchase tickets to selected events at reduced prices: Young Friends of the Salzburg Festival



A total of 100 students (aged 20—29) studying science, music and arts all over Europe are brought together by Roche every year during the Salzburg Festival. During the Roche Continents programme, the students engage with leading scientists and artists. They are exposed to provocative research, accompany the core of the Festival’s contemporary music programme — the series Zeit mit Dusapin and Zeit mit Enescu — and explore the parallels between art and science.
Further information is available at:

sponsored by Roche

20–29 years
Roche Continents: Youth! Arts! Science!


7. November 2018
Rückblick Opern Camps 2018