From today onwards, our Sales Department located at the Festival Palace (Od Sigurate 1) is open for purchase of entrance tickets for the events taking place at the 69th Dubrovnik Summer Festival. Working hours are from 10.00 am to 2.00 pm on workdays (from Monday to Friday). The Sales Department will be open the whole day from the beginning of May.
This year, the Dubrovnik Summer Festival will again grant numerous benefits for all residents of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County. Upon presentation of their identity cards, they are entitled to a 30% discount on all tickets. Purchasing tickets for two theatrical or three music events provides one free ticket for one repeat theatrical event or one music event of choice. Tickets are also available online.
Just some of the tickets that can be already be purchased are for the following events: premiere of Miroslav Krleža's Michelangelo Buonarroti, directed by Sebastijan Horvat and performed on the Island of Lokrum; guest performances of the plays Black Mother Earth (Zagreb Youth Theatre), Men of Wax (Croatian National Theatre of Zagreb), and Uncle Vanya (Voronezh Chamber Theatre, Russia); as well as repeat performances of last year's Orlando Award winning play Marin Držić – Victory over the Enemies. Tickets can also be purchased for the following music events: Mischa Maisky concert with the Zagreb Philharmonic; piano recitals of Ivan Krpan and Daniil Trifonov; the Schumann Quartet concert; two concerts of the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra with guest conductors and soloists; concert of the 1700 Ensemble featuring countertenor Andreas Scholl; and concert of the Guitarrismo Guitar Octet. Tickets for this year's extensive dance programme are also available: A Love Supreme performed by the Belgian dance company Rosas; Macbeth performed by the Bitef Theatre Dance Compyn ; and Death and the Dervish performed by the Croatian National Theatre of Split.
For all inquiries about tickets sale, please contact the Dubrovnik Summer Festival Sales Department: firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel. 020/ 326 107.