Program Tickets

Frequently asked Questions

Frequently asked Questions

Ticket sales

I have received a promotion code. How can I use it?

You will need to do take the following steps to use the promotion code.

Click on Tickets near the selected performance. Next, you log in to enter your promotion code. Then click on, Do you want to enter a promotion code? in your basket. You input the code here and click Enter. The option Promotion will appear. Click on Order and then Payment. You will receive an e-ticket by email.


How do I set about ordering performance tickets using a passe-partout?

Go to the programme and click on ‘Performance’ under the day for which you have bought a passe-partout. Click on ‘Buy tickets’. Now you should see the type of ticket, e.g. ‘passe-partout €0’. You can only order one of these passes.

If the type of ticket does not appear, you may have selected a performance that is not taking place on the day for which you have bought the passe-partout. Should this be resolved and you still cannot see the type of ticket, try to log out of your account and then log in again. If this doesn’t help, send an email to

Day tickets

When do the day ticket sales start?

Tickets for O. 2022 are now available. You buy your O. tickets online at


How do I get to the locations?

The O. locations can be reached in many different ways. Rotterdam boasts an extensive network of bussestrams, and metro lines. You can rent bicycles (OV-fietsen) in various stations. This also gives you the chance to explore the city in an easy and agreeable manner. Click here to find out more  about getting around.

Please also check the tips on our Plan Your Visit page.


Are all of the performances in Dutch?

Most performances are in the ‘Language No Problem’ category so you can enjoy them without any prior knowledge of the language. The use of surtitles is indicated on the performance page.


Why are you no longer called Operadagen Rotterdam?

Operadagen Rotterdam has operated as O. since the start of 2021. We said goodbye to the name but not the history after 15 years. Operadagen Rotterdam developed into a progressive public festival with an impressive international reputation. Until, finally, its name no longer seemed to match its far-reaching future ambitions.

You can listen here to a special episode of the (Dutch-language) podcast Zijn Ze Nou Helemaal Bevlogen? and find out everything there is to know about the course that O. will be steering and the festival’s brand-new look & feel. Our guests are Hans Blik (managing director O.), Rajiv Bhagwanbali (director), Ylaysa Harris (marketeer O.) and Hanneke Minten (senior designer Das Buro). Presenter: Simone van Hulst.


I have never received a message about my purchased tickets for the cancelled festival in May 2020. What happened?

We contacted everyone who bought a ticket once it became known that the festival could not go ahead last May. We sent messages to request support for the festival and our makers by making a donation and about the possibility of obtaining a refund. Some of these messages may have ended up in spam or junk folders.

Please contact the festival at so we can inform you about the different options.

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O. gebruikt haar stad als podium en decor. Veel voorstellingen zijn op onalledaagse en onontdekte locaties in de stad: pleinen, woonkamers, kerken, een oude wasserij, winkel, bovenop de Bijenkorf en zelfs een fitnesscentrum.

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