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Individual Concert Tickets


Information about tickets for concerts of the Czech Philharmonic and the Czech Chamber Music Society.

How to Buy Tickets


Online here on the Web

Online purchase of eTickets or online purchase/reservation of printed tickets with personal collection or delivery by post.

In Person at the Rudolfinum Box Office

Rudolfinum, Alšovo nábřeží 12, Praha 1 – 110 00

Opening Hours of the Ticket Office

September-June
Every weekday 10.00-18.00

July-August
Every weekday 10.00-15.00

On the day of the concert

  • During the concert of the Czech Philharmonic and the Czech Chamber Music Society, the box office is open until the concert starts.
  • For morning concerts of the Czech Philharmonic, open anytime 1 hour before the start of the concert.
  • During afternoon concerts of the Czech Philharmonic on weekends and holidays, the box office is open 2 hours before the start of the concert.

Where to find the Czech Philharmonic Box Offices

Rudolfinum, barrier-free entrance from 17. listopadu Street

Reservation by Phone/Email and Payment by Invoice

Need advice? The Czech Philharmonic's customer service will assist you.

Customer Service Opening Hours

September-June
Every weekday 9.00-18.00

July-August
Every weekday 9.00-15.00

On the day of the concert

  • During the concert of the Czech Philharmonic until the beginning of the concert. Valid for weekdays only.

Group Orders for Groups of more than 10 People per Event

To order tickets for groups, contact the customer service of the Czech Philharmonic.

If you are interested in the programme for schools and kindergartens, please contact the Educational Programmes Department directly at edu@ceskafilharmonie.cz or tel.: +420 227 059 222.

Ticket Prices 2023/2024

Choosing a Seat?

Look at the plan of the auditorium of Dvořák and Suk Hall.

Events of Other Promoters in Rudolfinum

Other orchestras also give concerts in the Dvořák and Suk Halls and the Prague Spring and Dvořák Prague festivals are held here. Ticket prices for these concerts are determined by the organiser. An overview of these events, including ticket information, can be found on the Rudolfinum.cz website.

Discounts Provided

We offer discounted admission for the following groups.

  • Seniors over 65 years of age - 50%
  • Holders of ZTP and ZTP/P cards with accompanying persons - 50%
  • Students up to 26 years of age - 50%
  • Children from 3 to 15 years of age - 50 %
  • Subscribers of the Czech Philharmonic and the CCMS - 20%
  • Subscribers of the National Theatre - 30%
  • CEZ clients - 10 %
  • Clients and employees of Česká spořitelna - 5%

Ticket Exchange/Return


I am Unable to Attend

Purchased tickets cannot be refunded for money. You can exchange them for tickets of the same or higher value, gift vouchers or coupons for the value of the tickets purchased, but no later than 7 days before the concert.

You can only exchange an e-ticket from an online purchase for a voucher of the same value.

Tickets for the Czech Philharmonic concert purchased in advance sales networks can be returned only at the place where you bought them.

Change of Programme/Date

The Czech Philharmonic reserves the right to change the programme and performers without refunding the admission fee.

If the date is changed, we will offer you a replacement ticket for the new date or refund the price paid.

Cancelled Concert

If the concert is cancelled without an alternative date, we will refund your admission fee in full.

In the case of an eTicket, we will refund the money to the account from which you paid.

If you bought your ticket at the Rudolfinum, we will refund your money at the box office.

In the case of cancellation of a concert under a subscription ticket, we will offer you compensation.

Questions and Answers

Do you allow payment by invoice?

Yes. Invoices can only be issued by arrangement with the Czech Philharmonic's customer service. Invoices cannot be issued retrospectively for already paid tickets. By issuing an invoice, the tickets are considered to be bindingly ordered. Invoices are sent in electronic form (in accordance with Act No. 235/2004 Coll., on Value Added Tax, as amended). You can only pay the invoiced amount by bank transfer, cash payment at the Czech Philharmonic box office is not possible.

Which credit cards do you accept?

You can pay with these cards at the Rudolfinum box office and online: MasterCard, MasterCard Electronic, Maestro, Visa, Visa Electron, American Expres, JCB Cards, V Pay a Diners Club International.

Which employee vouchers do you accept?

Rudolfinum box offices accept Sodexo vouchers (Flexi Pass, Relax Pass, Fokus Pass), Up (Unišek+, Cadhoc) and Edenred (Edenred Benefits). These vouchers cannot be exchanged for cash. The vouchers are non-refundable. You can pay the extra ticket price over the value of the vouchers in cash or by credit card.

Can I buy tickets just before the concert?

Yes. If the concert is not sold out, you can buy tickets at the Rudolfinum box office. 

Online sales on the website close 1.5 hours before the event.

Can I get tickets for a sold-out concert?

Registered users can activate the Watchdog function in their My CF account (link) and will be automatically informed by email of any available seats. Students up to the age of 26 who participate in the Student Program can also get into sold-out concerts.

I lost my ticket, what should I do?

Contact the Czech Philharmonic customer service as soon as possible. If you are already at the concert, please contact anyone from the organizing service.

Which places in the Dvořák Hall are the best?

It depends on your preferences. In the Dvořák Hall, the best seats from a purely acoustic point of view are on the ground floor in the middle of the X-Y row directly opposite the stage. From the balconies you have an interesting view of the orchestra and the entire hall. For a better idea, take a look at the auditorium plan and the virtual tour of the Dvořák Hall. The Czech Philharmonic's customer service will be happy to help you choose your seat.

Can I bring my children to the concert?

Definitely. We love it when families enjoy music together. However, please consider the appropriateness of the concert to the age of the child. Classical symphony concerts can be over 2 hours long and children can become bored early on.

Does the child have to have their ticket, can I have it on my lap?

Children aged 3 to 15 must always have a valid ticket. A 50% discount is available. 

You can have a child under 3 on your lap as long as you do not obstruct the view of the spectators behind you.

Important Documents

Detailed information about buying tickets.

Basic rules for a beautiful experience.

Need some advice? Czech Philharmonic Customer Service will assist you

Every weekday 9.00-18.00. In July and August until 15.00.

On the day of the concert of the Czech Philharmonic until the beginning of the concert. Valid for weekdays only.

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