To the Opera… Safely!

Coronavirus Safety Measures


  • From April 1st 2022 the 3G regulation does not apply
  • Wearing an FFP2 mask is mandatory during your entire visit to the Komische Oper Berlin.
  • The hall can be fully occupied

For safety measures a test in preparation of your visit is recommended.

For your Safety

Before Your Visit

We are happy to be able to welcome you at the Komische Oper Berlin! As we are doing our best to adjust according to the current circumstances, we ask you to check our website immediately before your visit to the opera to inform yourself about any possible short-term changes.

FFP2 Mask Requirement

Upon entrance to the Komische Oper Berlin, you are required to wear an FFP2 mask, even at your seat during the performance. The use of other masks is not permitted. If you have forgotten your mouth and nose covering, FFP2 masks are available for purchase within.

Rules for Children and adolescents

There is currently no obligation to test children, nevertheless we recommend that all visitors are tested before visiting the Komische Oper Berlin.

Children are required to wear a medical mask (surgical mask) or FFP2 mask for children of the age of 14 during their entire visit to the Komische Oper Berlin. If you do not have a medical mask for your child, our evening staff will be happy to help.


The Komische Oper Berlin has a mechanical ventilation system. It easily ensures the air exchange required by the current Senate regulation.

Stay Home if You are Feeling Ill

If you experience symptoms that may indicate an infection with COVID-19, please stay at home! In this case, we will, of course, cancel your tickets. To do so, please contact our ticket service, Papagena, at Please be aware of your responsibility.

"Only through a high vaccination rate can we regain a safe cultural experience. We all have a duty to make what is possible, actually possible. The safest and only sustainable way to stop our lives from being dominated by the pandemic is to get vaccinated. And so, I ask you to get vaccinated, to ensure a shared, fun Arts experience."

Dr. Klaus Lederer, Senator for Culture and Europe

Still have Questions?

Call Center
Phone +49 (0) 30 47 99 74 00
Mon–Sat 9:00–20:00
Sun- & holiday 14:00–20:00
Opera Ticket Office
Unter den Linden 41
10117 Berlin
Mon–Sat 11:00–19:00
Sun- & holidays 13:00–16:00
Box office
Main entrance
Behrenstraße 55 - 57
10117 Berlin

Tickets for evening performances go on sale 1 hour before the curtain goes up. Tickets for chamber concerts and late-night concerts go on sale 1/2 hour before the performance.