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About the event
As every summer, Bayreuth will be again the center of the cultural highlight of the year 2021 – the Bayreuth Festival. The 109th season of the festival opens with a new production of Richard Wagner’s “Tannhäuser and the Sängerkrieg auf Wartburg” on July 25th, 2021. The musical director is Valery Gergiev. Also on the board are “Lohengrin”, “The Mastersingers of Nuremberg”, “Tristan und Isolde” and “Parsifal”. The title role of Tannhäuser is embodied by Stephan Gould, who sang for the first time in 2004 in Bayreuth. Anna Netrebko and Krassimira Stoyanova will debut as Elsa in Lohengrin.
Classical events such as the Bayreuth Festival are difficult to get access, but thanks to our many years of experience and networking, we are able to advise and support you regarding your planning of a visit. Intensive your trip to Bayreuth and experience the most beautiful operas of Wagner in a breathtaking atmosphere and without long waiting times for VIP-tickets Bayreuth festival 2021. Enjoy the festivals together with high-ranking politicians, stars of high society and celebrities from film and television. Let yourself be carried away into a unique and enchanting world of music and art.
OUR “VIP”-ARRANGEMENT INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING SERVICES
- VIP-ticket to the Bayreuth Festival (please indicate your favorite opera when ordering)
- 1 night incl. breakfast at a 5-star Hotel
- transfer from your hotel to the Bayreuth Festival and backwards
- VIP-Hospitality program
- Optional: organization of your travel (booking of flights etc.)
Budget per person on request
For a tailor-made offer, please send us an e-mail with your request.
About the venue
Bayreuth Festival House
The Richard Wagner Festival Theatre, also known as the Bayreuth Festival Theatre, is a festival theatre on the Green Hill in Bayreuth. It was built in the years 1872-75 by Otto Brückwald after designs by Richard Wagner in the style of Hellenistic Romanticism.