How does it work?
Totally easy: the “Kombiticket” serves as admission during the event to all participating venues and as your ticket to use the MVG Long Night Shuttle Buses running from 8 pm to 2 am. The Kombiticket comes in the form of an admission armband to be worn on your wrist throughout the evening. Tickets purchased through “München Ticket” or at advance sales offices will be exchanged for armbands at the first venue you visit.


How do I get a ticket?

Tickets can be obtained for 20 Euros at any venue or any of our advance sales partners as well as on the Long Night itself at each venue’s box office or at the Ticket Stand on Odeonsplatz.
Tickets can also be purchased (plus system and advance sales fees) at the “München Ticket” website and at the advance sales offices they operate.


How do I get to the venues?

MVG, Munich’s transit authority, will be operating dedicated Shuttle Bus lines for the Long Night. Further details here.
In addition, there will also be a “Club and Line” party bus traveling again between the city center and the Ostbahnhof as well as a special shuttle by the Omnibus Club taking guests directly to the Herz Jesu Kirche, a program tip apart from the regular lines.


How long does the Long Night of Music last?

Generally speaking, the Long Night of Music will start at 8 pm and end at 2 am. There can be some deviations from these regular programming times at some venues, and this is duly noted in each venue’s description.


Do I have to sign up for any of the events?

At some venues, admission will only be possible as part of a (pre-)booked tour and/or a placeholder or reservation card. You can find out whether any such requirement exists for a particular event/venue in this program material.


Is the event barrier-free?

You will find information on a venue’s program pages as to whether it is barrier-free, but also on the page with the overview of all venues. For details on the site itself (e.g. when it is “partially barrier-free”), please contact the venue operators directly prior to attending. MVG Shuttle Buses are, for the most part, also accessible to passengers with limited mobility. In some cases, vintage vehicles are in use, and they often have steps.


How and how long may young people visit the Long Night?

German youth protection laws apply. This means that young people older than 16 may take part in the event without parents or guardians until midnight at the latest. For teens under 16 in general, or for 16 and 17 year-olds who want to stay out past midnight, a parent and/or legal guardian must take over their supervision. A guardian’s supervision duty has to be clearly transferred by a parent for the duration of the event. To do so, you may use a form issued by Munich’s Office of Youth Affairs (the “Jugendamt München”). You can also find details at


Where can I get further information?

If you have any further questions, you can receive additional details by calling our hotline at + 49 (0)89-30 61 00 41 or by emailing us at Also use social media (Facebook: langenachtdermusik and Instagram: langenachtdermusikmuc).


How do I get home after the Long Night?

Use public transit! We recommend the MVGO App (MVGO | Münchner Verkehrsgesellschaft mbH) to show you the best route home at whatever time you wish. Please note too that closures can occur due to obstruction or construction. MVG Nightlines are in operation from 1 am to around 5 am.


What if venues are overcrowded?

It can come to lines in front of some venues. In such cases, take a detour to other venues and then return to the original ones later. Our Shuttle stops are set up so that you can reach several different venues from one stop. Venues reserve the right to change any program – especially starting times. This will not grant any right to claim a reduction to the admission price.


Are photographs going to be taken during the Long Night of Music?

Because a variety of media and reporters as well as our own film crew will be recording audios and visuals of the Long Night at several locations, you declare by your attendance at the event that you agree that visuals in photo and film may be taken of you and, in such context and without any claim for compensation, may be aired, disseminated, exclusively used in any kind of media and made publicly available and discernible.


Are there any price reductions for certain persons?

Anyone accompanying a disabled person has free admission without a ticket if an officially validated disabled persons’ pass bears the letter B and the commentary “Right to bring an accompanying person is documented.”