Registration for the Katholikentag is possible via katholikentag.de/participate. There you will also find all information about participating in Katholikentag.
You need a "My Katholikentag" account to register or buy tickets on our website. If you have already participated in a Katholikentag in previous years and registered via "My Katholikentag", you can log in with the user data used for that purpose. Please note that accounts with "My ÖKT" are not valid for "My Katholikentag".
For the first time at Katholikentag, you have the option of receiving your ticket in digital form. This will reduce the amount of mailing and the risk of loss. To use the eTicket, you need a smartphone and the Katholikentag app, which will be available for download from March 2022.
If all members of a family or group want to have the eTicket on their own mobile phone, they all need their own "My Katholikentag" account with different e-mail addresses and the Katholikentag app. If one person has all eTickets collected on one mobile phone, these people would always have to attend all events together. So if you don't have a smartphone but want to attend an event independently, it's better to choose a paper ticket.
Discounts apply to the following persons with appropriate proof:
- Children, youths and young adults from 12 up to and including 25 years of age.
- Registered unemployed persons
- People with disabilities with appropriate identification
- Participants in a social, diaconal or ecological year
- Pensioners, as far as their economic situation requires it.
The indication of your date of birth and/or the indication that you have an appropriate identity card, e.g. student card, pension card or severely disabled person's card or proof of receipt of basic income support, is sufficient to grant you a reduction.
The easiest way is to upload the certificate as a file in your registration. Alternatively, you can send us an e-mail. For correct allocation, please give us your registration number, which will be sent to you with the confirmation email.
Children up to the age of 5 do not need their own ticket for Katholikentag or a travel pass. Children up to and including 11 years of age do not need a ticket for Katholikentag. However, if required, a ticket from the local public transport company is necessary, which can be ordered online when registering.
Children aged 12 and over need a discounted day or 5-day ticket or a family 5-day ticket for the Katholikentag. The travel pass is included here.
The Family Season Ticket is a special offer for parents, parents' spouses and for adults living in a partnership with children up to and including the age of 25. Grandparents with grandchildren up to and including 25 years of age can also purchase this ticket. The prerequisite for a family 5-day ticket is that at least one child up to and including the age of 25 is also registered. Each family member receives their own ticket and can move freely around the Katholikentag.
Couples without children must purchase two season tickets.
Yes, the ticket is a combination ticket: All tickets include a travel pass for local public transport in the area of the Katholikentag.
This is valid for the entire event period from 25 to 29 May 2022 for 5-day and family 5-day tickets, and for the respective day of validity for day and evening tickets.
The transport companies need the date of birth to issue the travel passes.
The first dispatch of paper tickets is free of charge. Subsequent dispatch of paper tickets ordered later and dispatch of programme booklets costs a flat rate of 3 Euro for shipping cost within the EU. Please note that any mailing will only begin in April 2022 – regardless of when you register – and we will not ship outside the EU.
The Katholikentag arranges sleeping places in communal accommodation in particular. The wish to be accommodated in a classroom can be indicated when purchasing a ticket.
For individuals aged 50 and over, families or people with disabilities, the organiser will also arrange sleeping accommodation in a private household. Registration for private accommodation is also part of the registration.
Further information on accommodation can be found here.
The Katholikentag does not arrange accommodation in hotels, holiday flats, youth hostels or campsites. You can find all information on accommodation here.
The General Terms and Conditions (GTC) of the Katholikentag is only available in German and can be found here.