Tickets for the International Church Convention of the New Apostolic Church in Munich can be purchased at the box office in the Olympic Park on Friday, June 6, and on Saturday, June 7.
Which tickets are available?
There are individual tickets, reduced tickets and family tickets as a 1-day ticket or as a 2-day ticket.
Individual tickets are valid for one person over 14 years.
Reduced tickets are valid for pupils, trainees and students over 14 years as well as for seriously disabled persons (in Germany: degree of disability 50 or more - a required accompanying person has free entry).
Family tickets are valid for parents/one parent with children (no matter how many) under 18 years living in the household.
Tickets for children under 14 years are principally free, but must be indicated in the application.
1-day tickets are valid on Friday or Saturday.
2-day tickets are valid on Friday and Saturday.
All tickets are also valid on Sunday, June 8, 2014.
All participants at the Church Convention who have bought a ticket, are invited to see live the Pentecost divine service with the Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider in the Olympic Stadium on Sunday, June 8, 2014.
There is no 1-day ticket for Sunday. Therefore it is not possible to participate only on Sunday.
The event days are
You will find the time schedule of the ICC event days here.
Included in the ticket price is the welcome package which consists of a bracelet as an access pass for all events in the valid period (1- or 2-day ticket) and the permission to participate in the divine service in the Olympic Stadium as well as the program booklet and a welcome present.
The tickets do not include a numbered seat for the Olympic Stadium or other event halls.
It may be necessary for children of school age who wish to participate in the Church Convention to be freed from school on individual days (e.g. Friday, June 6, 2014). This exemption from school must be applied for directly at the respective school by the parents/guardians.
Should an acknowledgement of application for the ICC be required in individual cases, the rector can provide it. Registered helpers can download an acknowledgement from the Helpers Web portal.