What kind of tickets are available?
This year, you can attend all of our concerts in-person or livestreamed through our Digital Concert Hall. ‘Hybrid’ tickets, valid both in-person and for the Digital Concert Hall, are also available for an additional £3 to the in-person price. In-person and digital passes are both available; for more information click here.
How do I get my e-tickets?
Tickets will be issued as e-Tickets are sent as a PDF attachment to the email address you provide when booking. Please keep the e-Ticket safe, as you will need to show this either the number code on your e-Ticket to access Festival events in the Digital Concert Hall.
What COVID-19 policies are in place for in-person attendance?
Click here to see how we're keeping our audiences, musicians and staff safe.
What is the Digital Concert Hall and how to I access it?
This is the section of the Oxford Lieder website where you will be able to watch all Festival concerts and events both live and on-demand.
To access the Digital Concert Hall, go to the Events page at www.oxfordlieder.co.uk/events and select the event for which you have bought a ticket. Once you have opened the relevant event page, look for the ‘Digital Concert Hall’ button and click on it. You will be asked for the eight-digit code on your E-ticket (underneath the QR code) which will have been emailed to you at the time of purchase. If you have bought a pass, the eight-digit code on your e-Ticket will give you access to every event. Click here for more details.
How long can I access the Digital Concert Hall for?
Events will be broadcast at their scheduled time as specified on our events page, and will be available to watch again shortly after the event finishes. The videos will be available to watch again as many times as you want, on-demand, until the end of November 2021.
How do the livestreamed events work?
FAQs about the Digital Concert Hall, Ticketing, and Technical help can be found here.