Do you already have a ticket?

Have you already bought tickets for the postponed YOUNG STAGE Festival in May 2020 or for the dates in May 2021? If so, you will be contacted or you have already been contacted by Ticketcorner via e-mail. In September, you will receive new tickets (by post) that are valid for the 12th festival edition in November 2021. You don’t have to do anything. If you d0n’t hear from us until the end of September, which shouldn’t be the case, please contact us via ticket@young-stage.com.

Important: People who have purchased their tickets at an official ticket sales office (Manor, Coop, etc.) are kindly asked to bring their old tickets to the show, they can exchange them for new ones at the Welcome Desk on site.

Please cklick here to get to the new seating plan in the event hall of Messe Basel.

Please refer to this table to see which shows your already purchased tickets are valid for:

Which Corona protection measures are there?

All information on the Corona protection measures can be found here.

How do I see where my new seats are?

You can find your seats in our seating plan.

Are all seats elevated?

The first 4 rows are not raised. All other rows are elevated.

I had Estrade tickets and now my new tickets are in the 1st category. Why?

The Estrade category no longer exists in the new seating plan. The best categories are now called stalls and 1st category.

I had Estrade tickets and now my new tickets are in the stalls. Why?

The Estrade category no longer exists in the new seating plan. The best categories are now called stalls and 1st category.

I had tickets in the 1st category and now my new tickets are in the 2nd category. Why?

In the old seating plan, 1st category referred to the second-best seats. In the new seating plan, these are titled 2nd category. An old 1st category ticket now corresponds to a 2nd category ticket.

I had tickets in the 2nd category and now my new tickets are in the 3rd category. Why?

In the old seating plan, 2nd category referred to the third-best seats. In the new seating plan, these are called 3rd category. An old 2nd category ticket now corresponds to a 3rd category seat.