IFA Berlin 2011: All tickets at a glance

It’s all about saving money: starting today, a wide selection of advance sales bargains awaits visitors to the online ticket shop at www.ifa-berlin.com. Buying an advance sales single ticket to IFA costs 11 euros instead of 15.

NEW: the smart IFA ticket using a QR code
As part of its mobile marketing campaign, IFA is now offering visitors ticket purchases using a QR Code. QR stands for “quick response“. A two-dimensional QR barcode contains information which a smartphone can read. The user’s phone decodes this information and displays it. Following payment the ticket shop sends a 2-D code to the customer’s smartphone. At IFA this code is scanned at the entrance and the visitor is admitted. Billboards and advertising through special channels are promoting the use of QR codes.

IFA ticket shop
It’s easy and cheap. First you choose your ticket to IFA, then after paying you receive an email with your ticket attached as a PDF document. Simply print it out and you’re done!

A ticket to IFA from the S-Bahn
Starting on 1 August, advance sales tickets can be purchased from eight S-Bahn customer centres and any S-Bahn ticket machine. Buying an advance sales single ticket to IFA costs 11 euros instead of 15. This is sold as a voucher which can be exchanged for an admission ticket at a Messe Berlin ticket office.

A family outing to IFA
For a total of 31 euros an IFA family ticket lets three children and two adults explore the world of IFA. Children under the age of six are admitted free of charge.

Tickets for students and schoolchildren
An advance sales ticket costing only 35 euros lets an entire schoolclass and two teachers experience IFA for a whole day. Single tickets for schoolchildren can be purchased upon presentation of a valid school ID card. Prices start at 6 euros.

IFA concerts in the Summer Garden
A ticket to a concert is also valid for admission to IFA.

The return of the Kaiser at IFA
Roland Kaiser and his band are back. His comeback at a live concert on 2 September 2011 in the Summer Garden at IFA is bound to live up to every expectation – typical Kaisermania!

Tickets cost 37 euros and are available from all the usual advance sales outlets. Alternatively, call the Semmel Concerts ticket hotline on +49 (0)1805/ 57 00 99 (landline charges EUR 0.14/min., mobile phone calls cost a maximum of EUR 0.42/min.), or click on www.semmel.de.

The IFA Festival: “Fritz – Die Neuen DeutschPoeten“
On Saturday, 3 September, starting at 2 p.m., an ensemble of stars including Clueso & Band, Wir sind Helden, Philipp Poisel, Max Prosa, Bourani and Kraftklub will transform the Summer Garden at IFA into a poetry festival that will captivate the senses. The evening will mark the first and only joint appearance of this new generation of musicians performing in German.

Tickets to see Fritz – Die Neuen DeutschPoeten are available from all the usual ticket outlets. Alternatively, call the ticket hotline on +49 1805-570 020 (landline charges EUR 0.14/min., mobile phone calls cost a maximum of EUR 0.42/min.), or click on www.fourartists.com. Tickets cost 34.00 euros, plus an advance sales charge.

Ich + Ich
Thousands of fans will once again be mesmerized by the tour which the duo is about to begin in April 2011. The concert currently scheduled to conclude the “Gute Reise“ tour will take place on 4 September 2011 in Berlin.

Tickets to see Ich + Ich are available from all the usual outlets. Tickets are also available online at www.koka36.de. Alternatively, call +49 30/ 61 10 13 13. Tickets cost 34.90 euros, plus an advance sales charge.

OMD
Andy McCluskey, Paul Humphreys and band members Martin Cooper and Malcolm Holmes will be performing their latest songs and all the OMD classics on 5 September, live in the Summer Garden at IFA.

Tickets to the OMD concert are available from all the usual outlets. Alternatively, call the ticket hotline on +49 30 47 99 74 77 or +49 18 05 – 57 00 99 (EUR 0.14 per minute, mobile calls cost a maximum of EUR 0.42 per minute). Tickets are also available online at www.eventim.de and cost 46. 30 euros, including charges.

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