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About the coronavirus Covid-19

We follow the recommendations and instructions of the Public Health Authority and our owner, Region Västra Götaland, regarding the number of people in the audience and we carefully adapt all our routines to create a safe and secure environment for both visitors and staff.

For example, we may have adapted concerts programmes and removed the break. The development of the pandemic in the artists’ home countries can also affect the programmes. For updated information on effected concerts/events  check out the event in the calendar. For more information see public folkhälsomyndigheten.se.

The ticket office is closed for visits

Please note that the ticket office is closed for visits, but you reach us on telephone weekdays at 12.00-18.00 (+46(0)31-726 53 00) and via email (biljett@gso.se). Closed for holidays 27 June-9 August.

Information for you who have a ticket to an effected event

We will return as soon as we can with detailed information to all of you who have purchased tickets for effected events with information about the purchase and what applies to, for example, compensation performances, exchanges and compensation. There is high pressure at the ticket office and we hope that you can have indulgence in that it can take extra time to get answers.

Why are events affected differently?

At the Gothenburg Concert Hall we have both our own events arranged by Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra and other events where we rent out our premises to external actors. This means that the events by external actors are outside our operations and decides whether a concert is cancelled or moved. The same applies for refunds. To get information about the terms of your event, please check out the event in the calendar.

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