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Wiener Philharmoniker Karten- und Ballbüro
Tickets always go on sale from the Monday before the performance. For standing room tickets, go to the ticket booking office one hour...
01, Bösendorferstrasse 12 · interesting places nearby
The Musikverein holds the proud title of the best acoustics of any concert hall in Austria, which the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra makes excellent use of. The interior is suitably lavish and can be visited on the occasional guided tour. Smaller-scale performances are held in the Brahms Saal.
Tickets are available online, by phone or at the box office, which is open 9am to 8pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 1pm Saturday. Standard tickets range from €25 to €89, though tickets for the famous New Year's Eve concert cost anything from €30 to €950. Standing room tickets are available up to seven weeks in advance and cost €4 to €6; there are no student tickets.