As every year, you can spend a fantastic day, two days or the whole weekend at Pyrkon.
Below you will find information about ticket prices.
- 80 zł – 3-day ticket
- 35 zł – Friday ticket
- 45 zł – Saturday ticket
- 35 zł – Sunday ticket
We would like to remind you that all minors must carry a
for participating in the Festival signed by their parent or legal guardian.
Reduced price (for children up to 12 years old)
Children's tickets can be purchased only for one day, no matter what type of ticket was purchased by the child's guardian. This means that if the child is to spend three days at Pyrkon, can buy a normal 3-day ticket or a separate reduced ticket must be purchased for each day. Furthermore, reduced price tickets for a given day can only be purchased on that day (eg. a ticket for Saturday can only be purchased on Saturday). We admit that reduced tickets for children were introduced thinking mainly about families from around Poznań area.
- 15 zł – Friday
- 25 zł – Saturday
- 15 zł – Sunday
Children of up to 6 years and guardians of people with a visible disability can enter the area of the Pyrkon Festival at no charge.
When can I purchase a ticket?
Tickets can be purchased in presale from January 25 to March 26 on the Pyrkon website, the Eventim platform and, among others, in Empik and Media Markt stores (here you can check where to buy tickets in your area). You can also purchase a ticket on the Thursday before the Festival between 10 and 6 p.m. at the box offices at the Northern entrance to the Poznań International Fair grounds (from Bukowska street). In addition, tickets can be purchased 24 hours a day during the Festival at the box offices at the Northern entrance to the Poznań International Fair grounds.
Reduced rates for programme creators
This year, as in previous years, we have prepared reduced ticket rates for people helping us create the Festival.
Reduced rates for programme creators:
- one programme event: 50% reduction (the speaker pays 40 zł)
- two and more programme events: 100% reduction
- LARP: rates discussed individually
If a programme event is co-created by more than one person, the reduction is distributed among all creators. All unusual reduction rates will be discussed with the interested parties when they submit programme event proposal.