Oops, you are too late! Pre-sale is over, get your #rp15 ticket at the counter at STATION-Berlin.

Prices at the Ticket Counter at STATION-Berlin:
Tuesday: 265 Euro
Wednesday: 190 Euro
Thursday: 130 Euro

Tuesday: 135 EUR
Wednesday: 100 EUR
Thursday: 60 EUR

All evening events and parties are free of charge.

This year, for the first time, the ticket includes both re:publica and MEDIA CONVENTION Berlin. Any questions? Find all you need to know about tickets in our FAQ. Pre-sale ends at noon on May 4th, 2015.

Any troubles? Here you can get your ticket.


Economy Ticket: 195,- €; Early Bird Economy: 130,- €
Reduced Ticket: 99,- €; Early Bird Reduced: 65,- € *
Business Ticket: 640,- €; Early Bird Business: 490,- € **

Tickets grant access to all events and subconference at re:publica, as well as MEDIA CONVENTION Berlin for the first time. All prices include VAT and handling costs.

You can order tickets online until 11:59 pm on May 3rd, 2015.

* Pupils, students, trainees, people on social welfare, retirees and people with disabilities can order a reduced ticket. Please present documents at the door. 

** Further information on Business Tickets can be found on the FAQ page regarding the Business Ticket.

Cancellation is only possible for private tickets and only until April 30th, 2015. The cancellation fee is 19,85 euro. For further information, please get in touch by writing us a letter, email or fax to:
republica GmbH, Schönhauser Allee 6/7, 10119 Berlin
Fax: +49 30 692033 799

To save cancellation fees, it is also possible to sell a ticket you already purchased and have the name on the ticket changed accordingly. In that case, please send an email to as well.

It turns out that I can’t make it to re:publica after all and so I would like to transfer my ticket to someone else. How do I go about doing this?  

Not a problem. If you want to sell your ticket or gift it to someone then send an email to It must include the name and email address of the original attendee, the name and email address of the new attendee, original purchase date of the ticket, ticket number and quantity. With this information we can transfer your ticket. Please note that transfers can only be done until May 2, 2015 and that ticket prices cannot be reimbursed. So, if the ticket to be transferred is not a gift then it is up to you and the new recipient to work out your own payment method.

Of course, you can still sell your ticket even if the May 2, 2015 deadline has passed. However, passed that date we won’t be able to change the original name on the ticket and nametag to that of the new attendee’s. There will be blank nametags available on location at the accreditation desk, which can be filled out by hand.     

Discount tickets are offered for re:publica 15 again. School and university students, apprentices/trainees, social security/benefits recipients, pensioners and disabled are eligible for these tickets. It is very important that you are able to provide corresponding documentation of eligibility on location.

We will set up a dedicated accreditation booth for discount tickets at the main entrance to the event. Here you will be asked to show your student ID or other form of documentation.

Yes. Your student ID must have been valid between November 2014 and May 2015. For example, a student ID from winter semester 2014/15 is ok, but one from summer 2014 cannot be accepted.

No worries, besides buying an Early Bird Ticket you have to two options for attending rp15 – and they are both free:

  • Become a helper
    Before, during and after re:publica we are depending on the support from volunteer helpers. As a helper you will receive a Three-Day-Ticket in exchange for 8 hours of work, including catering. Helper accreditation will begin around February 2015.
  • Become a speaker
    Our Call for Papers begins in December. It will give you the chance to submit a talk, a workshop, a discussion panel or another form of action and thus apply to be part of the re:publica 2015 programme.

Up until now we have never had to reject anyone who has applied to be a re:publica helper. However, if more helpers apply this time than we need it may well be the case that we will have to reject a few applicants. If you do not want to run that risk, purchase a ticket now and sell it on later.

This year, for the first time, you get one for two — one ticket for both re:publica and MEDIA CONVENTION Berlin. Compared to other conferences of similar size and scope, we feel that we’ve continued to be able to keep re:publica ticket prices fair. Despite rising costs, we aim to make participation in re:publica open to all and, along with Early Bird Tickets, offer discount tickets as well as the opportunity to take part for free as an event helper or speaker.

  • Access to the Business Lounge

Those who want to escape re:publica’s festival hubbub can head to the centrally located VIP lounge and use its calm atmosphere to conduct business or just hang out with old friends and new acquaintances and enjoy the catering with the re:publica 2015 speakers.

  • Continuous catering during all three days

Four meals (breakfast, lunch, afternoon cakes, snack in the evening) as well as soft drinks, coffee and tea are included in the Business Ticket and are available throughout the day in the VIP lounge. All warm meals are freshly prepared by the STATION BERLIN kitchens and, of course, vegetarian options are also available.

  • Transferability

Compared to regular tickets, Business Tickets are transferable. For companies this means that colleagues can alternate attendance by sharing the company ticket. This way everyone can take in the re:publica atmosphere and become inspired, conduct meetings on location or let staff members with specific skill sets attend corresponding thematic focal areas during the conference.

  • Supporting re:publica

This last point may be the deciding factor in the purchase of a Business Ticket because it helps to ensure that re:publica can, thanks to its reasonable ticket costs, remain “The DAVOS of the people”, as once phrased by Jeff Jarvis. The unique heterogeneity of the audience is what makes re:publica so exciting and inspiring, especially for business professionals. Those who want an honest answer to questions, such as how good product X or service Y is, will ask the re:publica participants – the veteran teacher enjoying the sunshine in the courtyard or the student hacker having a late night drink at the bar. You may even find that new coder or that needed designer for your business!

No. Children up to and including 15 years of age have free admission.

Yes, for groups of pupils, students, trainees, people on social welfare, retirees and people with disabilities. Please present documents at the door.  Please send your inquiries for group tickets to

The re:publica has grown so much that it is impossible to keep the STATION courtyard open throughout the event. But this year, there are also more stages that are accessible for all visitors. Even so, there are certain times when you will be able to enter the courtyard without a ticket: The “pre:publica” on the Monday before the event is open to everyone, and during the event, the courtyard will be open for all on the Wednesday and Thursday night (the exact time will follow).


Last year we received over 700 submissions and unfortunately had to reject quite a few (We also accepted many so don’t let that scare you off!).