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Ticket sales

The passe-partouts for the Mahler Festival 2025 are sold out. 

More information on these passe-partouts, including prices, can be found below.
For information on ticket sales, you can also always contact the Concertgebouw line: (0031) 20 671 83 45 (regular tariff, daily from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.).

  • Prices passe-partout Main Hall:

    • Rank 1+ € 1950
    • Rank 1 € 1620
    • Rank 2 € 1458
    • Rank 3 € 1008

    A passe-partout for the Main Hall includes ten concerts in the Main Hall. If you order a passe-partout, you will receive a 10% discount on the single ticket price.

    Please note that the performance of the Eighth Symphony on Friday 16 May 2025 8.15 pm is sold out as part of the passe-partout. This concert will also be performed on Sunday 18 May 2025 at 1.30 pm. This matinee is now part of the passe-partout.

    The passe-partout for the Main Hall is sold out.

    Main Hall Passe-partout

  • Prices passe-partout Recital Hall:

    • Rank 1+ € 235
    • Rank 1 € 187
    • Rank 2 € 154

    A passe-partout for the Recital Hall includes the seven morning and afternoon concerts in the Recital Hall. If you order a passe-partout, you will receive a 10% discount on the single ticket price.

    The passe-partout for the Recital Hall is sold out.

    Recital Hall Passe-partout

  • From Tuesday 26 March 2024, you can order the concerts in both the Main and Recital Halls as part ('bonus concert') of a concert serie. Patrons of The Concertgebouw Fund have pre-subscription rights.

    Single ticket sales for the 2024-2025 season will start on Saturday 1 June 2024. You can then order the concerts from the Mahler Festival as a single ticket. Patrons of The Concertgebouw Fund and Concert Friends have the right to pre-subscribe.

  • You can order your passe-partout in two ways:

    • ONLINE - Cheap, fast and easy via this website. Via your personal account, you will have direct access to the seating plan and you can choose your seats for each concert yourself. You will immediately receive confirmation of your order by e-mail. You pay by credit card, via iDEAL or with a voucher. We charge € 4.50 per transaction for the online service, and € 1.50 extra if you choose paper tickets.
    • BY PHONE - Concertgebouw line: +31-20 671 83 45, daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. You pay via iDEAL or with a voucher. We charge € 9.50 per transaction for the telephone service. If you opt for paper cards, we charge € 1.50 extra.

Accessibility

The accessibility of The Concertgebouw will be as described below:

  • Concertgebouwplein 10
    1071 LN Amsterdam

  • The Concertgebouw is easily accessible from various train stations in Amsterdam:

    • Central Station:
      - tram 2 and 12
      - metro 52 (Noord/Zuidlijn) up to station De Pijp, transfer to tram 3 or 12
      - tram 11 (direction: Surinameplein) up to Leidesplein stop, transfer to tram 12 of 5
    • Station Zuid WTC: tram 5
    • Station Amstel: tram 12
    • Station Sloterdijk: tram 19 up to Leidseplein stop, transfer to tram 12 of 5
    • Station Muiderpoort: tram 3
    • P+R Olympisch Stadion:
      - tram 24 up to Roelof Hartplein, transfer to tram 5 or 12. Instead of this transfer: the Roelof Hartplein-stop is a five minute walk from The Concertgebouw.
      - bus 347, bus 357 and bus 397 (Connexxion)

    Please use the Van Baerlestraat stop (tram 2), or the Museumplein stop (trams 3, 5 & 12, busses). These stops are right in front of or immediately around the corner from The Concertgebouw. A taxi stand is located next to the main entrance. You can also use the Public transport travel planner

  • From all directions on the A10: take exit S108 (Amstelveen) or S109 (RAI). Follow the signs to ‘Centrum’.

  • Parking near The Concertgebouw:

    • Street parking rates for The Concertgebouw neighbourhood,
      Per hour: € 6 (9.00 am - 12.00 midnight, from 12:00 on Sundays).
      Day pass: from € 36 (9.00 am – 7.00 pm).
      Evening pass: € 24 (7.00 pm - 12.00 midnight).
    • The car park beneath Museumplein, entrance on the Van Baerlestraat – From the ring road, take exit S108 and follow the ‘P’ signs (for ‘parking’). Cars can enter the garage until 1.00 am on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday, and until 2.30 am Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Cars can exit the garage 24 hours a day.
    • Visitors to The Concertgebouw can park at Q-Park Museumplein with a discount. Buy your discounted parking ticket online on the Q-Park Museumplein website and you can drive in and out by license plate recognition.
    • Rates: € 2 per 17 minutes. A day pass costs € 55 for 24 hours (rates without discount).
    • Disabled parking – There are six disabled parking spots located next to the main entrance. Holders of a valid disabled parking badge, either the Landelijke Parkeerontheffing (LPO) or the European handicapped parking card (GPK) can park in these spaces free of charge.

Venues

The Mahler Festival is taking place in the Main Hall and Recital Hall of The Concertgebouw.

  • The Mahler Festival concerts take place in the Main Hall and Recital Hall of The Concertgebouw in Amsterdam.