Nearly 400 years ago the history of the Passion Play began. The plague raged in many parts of Europe and did not spare Oberammergau either.

In 1633 the Oberammergau villagers promised to perform the suffering, death and resurrection of Christ every tenth year, in so far as no one was to die of the plague anymore. The villagers were answered by God and therefore in 1634 the first Passion Play took place. The promise has been kept until today. From May 16th to October 4th 2020 the 42nd Passion Play will take place in Oberammergau.

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You can now purchase Tickets Only and Arrangements for the Oberammergau Passion Play 2020.

You can also reach us by phone, Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm, under: +49 (0) 8822 83 59 330

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Notice

We have been and are currently being alerted by affected consumers to the offers of tickets for the Passion Play 2020 via the ticket provider Viagogo.

They offer tickets for the Passion Plays 2020 at prices many times higher than the regular ticket price, stating that performances are "sold out" or that "only a few tickets left". This information is not correct. There are still enough single tickets for the performances (except for the premiere day) on our website. Depending on the category, the prices are between EUR 30 and EUR 180.

We have taken legal action against Viagogo because of these misleading statements. The Munich Regional Court (Landgericht München) has now issued a temporary injunction, against which Viagogo can appeal, prohibiting Viagogo from providing such information.

Youth Days of the Passion Play 2020

For the first time Youth Days to the Passion Play will take place in Oberammergau from 7 to 10 May 2020.

The focus for young adults will be the visit of an final rehearsal, supplemented by a varied and colourful accompanying programme.

Tickets are available from 8 euros.

Information & Tickets

Youth Days of the Passion Play 2020

Announcement of the cast of the Passion Play 2020

News

15.01.2020
Christian Stückl wird der Abraham-Geiger-Preis 2020 verliehen
Rabbiner Walter Homolka: „Stückl verdanken wir Oberammergauer Passionsspiele ohne christlichen Antijudaismus“

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15.11.2019
Vorstellung des Konzepts für Bühne und Kostüme der Passionsspiele 2020
Stefan Hageneier entwirft für die Neuinszenierung ein komplett neues Kostüm- und Bühnenbild

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Blog

30.12.2019
We are Jesus
Frederik Mayet and Rochus Rückel share insights about their role

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09.12.2019
Virtue alone is not enough
The playing right between exclusion, emancipation and integration

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