Practical information

Punkt Info, fot. Maciej Zakrzewski
Punkt Info, fot. Maciej Zakrzewski

pl. Kolegiacki
Opening hours

This year, the festival city is located in three venues: at pl. Kolegiacki, the Free Courtyard of the Poznań Town Hall (Wolny Dziedziniec Urzędu Miasta Poznań) and the Frédéric Chopin park. At pl. Kolegiacki, there will be an Information Centre where you can find answers to practical questions, ask about the route to a venue, plan your festival itinerary, and pick up a free brochure with the festival programme. At the Centre, you will also find a bookcase with our publications that we want to share with you for free. The Information Centre will also serve as our festival store where you can purchase this year’s Malta festival merchandise such as T-shirts, tote bags, waist bags, and the festival magazine. After dark, you will also be able to pick up earphones for the silent disco there.

Fundacja Malta,
ul. Ratajczaka 44, 1st floor

The press office is located in the Malta Foundation office at ul. Ratajczaka 44. Media representatives are kindly invited to the 1st floor where they can pick up their festival passes and receive all the necessary information.

Admission is free to most of the Malta Festivals events. The following events are ticketed: Savannah Bay by Józef Opalski (29.06, PLN 80/60), The Köln Concert by Trajal Harrell (29.06, PLN 60/40), Juv33nalia 33 Records (30.06, PLN 33/20), The Depravator by Maciej Wojtyszko (30.06, PLN 80/60), Cuckoo by Jaha Koo (30.06, PLN 40/20), Let It Burn by Marcela Levi & Lucia Russo (1.07, PLN 40/20), ctrl.xx.tension RUSNAM (2.07, PLN 40/20) and The Sorrows of Belgium by Luk Perceval and NTGent (2.07, PLN 120/100). Free passes will be distributed to the 375 0908 2334 / The body you are calling is currently not available performance by Igor Shugaleev (29.06). Regular and discounted tickets to these events are available at Free passes are available from the Cultural Information Centre and at

Performances by the Poznań-based programming partners such as the Polski Teatr Tańca, Teatr Muzyczny, Republika Sztuki Tłusta Langusta, Teatr Polski w Poznaniu, Teatr U Przyjaciół i Barak Kultury, are ticketed. These institutions are selling tickets to their events via their websites or at their ticket offices. In the case of the Teatr Muzyczny, you can pick up free passes at the theatre venue or at the City Information Centre.


The festival programme consists of 133 events and admission to 120 of them is free. There are two kinds of types available to the paid events: regular and discounted for university and school students, and seniors. People with disabilities will receive an extra free pass to ticketed events for a caregiver accompanying them to the event. To receive an
extra free pass, please contact the festival audience service centre at: The open-air stage at the Free Courtyard of the Town Hall of Poznań is situated on a flat surface ensuring excellent visibility. Toilets with the Totupoint markings are available on the ground floor of the Poznań Town Hall from the courtyard side. People with reduced mobility may contact the Information Centre or the Malta Festival security staff for assistance.