The spring of 2020 marked the start of a challenging period for many sectors, including the world of culture. The uncertainty as we await the government’s decision on the resumption of cultural activities affects our communication on future BOZAR concerts. 

While we are still unable to give you the date on which our concerts will resume, a part of the musical season will be revealed to you, without being put on sale, on 22 July. We a lso lift the veil on the general theme of our new season, which will explore the deep links between “Art and well-being”. In these troubled times, music and the arts have the power to heal our hearts and open our minds to other dimensions. In 2020-2021, BOZAR will meet the challenge of adapting its facilities to new health requirements so you can enjoy concerts once again, rediscover the inimitable sound of a live orchestra, encounter the artists and share a unique experience with the audience. We are doing everything we can to offer a musical season of the highest quality, as well as safe access to the Centre for Fine Arts.

Today more than ever, BOZAR and its partners need you. The interruption of our activities has delivered a serious blow to our operations and to the lives of many independent artists and professionals. Please support culture, artists, and the independent teams and personnel who work so passionately for music and the arts.

To thank you for your contribution, BOZAR and its partners offer you exceptional benefits. Support us by buying a BOZAR Credit (valid for purchases until 31.08.21) and receive 30% extra credit and a limited edition BOZAR mask. This action is extended until 31 August 2020.


A. €50 BOZAR Credit for under 30s:

  • 30% extra credit: receive €15 extra for a purchase worth €50
  • limited edition BOZAR mask

B. €100 BOZAR credit for +30s:

  • 30% extra credit: receive €30 extra for a purchase worth €100
  • limited edition BOZAR mask

* Offer valid until 31.08.2020 for BOZAR tickets purchases made until 31.08.2021. Offer cannot be combined with a BOZAR GIFT card or a voucher. The masks will be available at the BOZAR BOOKSHOP as of Tuesday 18 August.

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