Munich Opera Festival, founded in 1875, is the longest-running festival of its kind in the world. The Prince Regent Theatre is its central venue and was purpose-built for the Munich festival in around 1900, although additional concerts and performances are held in virtually every corner of the city. The summer festival culminates in a free, open-air staging of 'Opera for all', where more than 10,000 people gather together to enjoy the music on Max-Joseph-Platz square outside the National Theatre.
Richard Wagner's Götterdämmerung (Twilight of the Gods) takes centre stage in the 2012 programme.
Tickets cost between €10.00 and €100.00 (approx.).
Kõik andmed hindade, kuupäevade ja lahtiolekuaegade kohta esitatakse ilma vastutuseta nende andmete õigsuse eest.