Official ticket sale offices for W:O:A 2017:

The tickets for Wacken Open Air 2017 are only available via a few chosen partners. All of them are listed here at Don't buy tickets from dealers that aren't listed here! Fraud attempts are happening all the time. Only our official partners are a save source for valid Wacken tickets.

The fastest way to your Wacken ticket is! This is your direct source for a festival ticket without advanced options.

Our partners are your best option if you want a package made of ticket and travel or ticket and accommodation. Use them if you want to save yourself time and trouble!

Festicket offers several packages for W:O:A 2017. You can order both hotel and camping packages with or without a W:O:A ticket.

Our travel partners are taking care of your journey to the festival, usually via train or bus. They also offer packages with and without festival tickets. All travel partners are listed here.

How much is the ticket and which goods and services are included?

The regular 3-Days-All-In tickets costs 220€ including fees (plus shipping and system charge). also offers the W:O:A 2017 Special-Shirt for 16,99€ as an optional bundle option.

The ticket price doesn't change, when you buy the ticket via one of our partners!

The ticket includes these goods and services among others:

  • Camping from Monday, 31st of July 2017 untl Sunday, 6th of August 2017.
  • Camping next to your car, even for big vehicles
  • Access to all events, shows, areas and stages at the event area.
  • New 2017: No extra fees for the arrival and camping on Monday or Tuesday
  • New 2017: Free usage of all toilets, showers and water points

W:O:A 2017 – 03.08. - 05.08.
With Volbeat, Accept, Alice Cooper, Megadeth, Amon Amarth, Marilyn Manson, Avantasia, Kreator, Status Quo, Emperor, Morbid Angel, Heaven Shall Burn, Mayhem, Paradise Lost, Rage, Trivium, Napalm Death, Annihilator and over 100 additional bands.

Get your ticket now here at!

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