Ticket presale for FIS Ski World Cup Dresden 2019 starts on Monday, 24 September
News - 19.09.2018
From Monday, September 24, 2018 onwards you can buy your tickets for the second World Cup in the robotron Ski Arena at the Königsufer! At 10 a.m. the ticket presale starts here on our official website. Tickets are also available at all known ticket agencies, in Dresden among others at the concert box offices in the Florentinum and the Schillergalerie as well as at saxTicket or at the SZ meeting points.
A normal day ticket costs 35 euros, children up to 18 years and people with disabilities pay 20 euros for the reduced ticket. Children up to 1m tall will continue to experience the event free of charge on both days.
Due to last year's high demand, we are increasing the capacity at the heart of our event, the robotron Ski Arena, to 4,500 spectators. "Compared to the premiere, we will present an even more exciting programme in the robotron Ski-Arena on 12 and 13 January 2019", our speaker Viktoria Franke looks ahead. "The spectators will experience the athletes three times per race. This time they run two laps through the 800m shortened track - so the fans can experience the world champions and Olympic champions in the robotron Ski Arena at the start, at the rapid 180° turn in the stadium and at the finish sprint up close. In addition, we have increased the entertainment programme around the races. The best ski sprinters in the world, directly in front of the spectacular backdrop of Dresden's Old Town - visitors can expect a real winter sports highlight and a unique experience! Part of the competition course near the winter village of Bellevue will again be open to the public.
VIP tickets for the exclusive VIP tent with all-day catering and the best view of the start and finish are available as day tickets for 250 euros, the weekend ticket for two days costs 400 euros.
This year, for the first time, we are working together with the Dresden company etix to sell tickets. etix is also responsible for the ticket sales of Dynamo Dresden, the film nights on the banks of the Elbe and numerous international winter sports events.