Arrival & Parking
Konzerthaus Dortmund is in the centre of Dortmund. The main entrance lies within a pedestrian zone. Arriving with public transport is therefore convenient and from the 2022/23 season, public transport is included with your concert ticket (VRR-KombiTicket) provided that it is noted on the concert ticket accordingly. There are also parking options in the immediate vicinity.
- By Car
Destination address for driving directly to the hall (without parking option): Reinoldistraße 14, 44135 Dortmund. A passage leads directly to the main entrance from here.
- Parkhaus Kuckelke, Kuckelke 3, 44135 Dortmund – evening tariff 5,00 € from 16.00 to 3.00 a.m. of the following day (no cash payment – only EC-card, credit card or P-Card)
- Parkhaus Bissenkamp, Gerberstraße 8, 44315 Dortmund – evening tariff 5,00 € from 16.00 to 3.00 a.m. of the following day (no cash payment – only EC-card, credit card or P-Card)
- Tiefgarage Burgwall, Burgwall 8, 44135 Dortmund with Konzerthaus tariff (€ 4.00) – underground car park currently closed for renovation
- Parkhaus Alte Post, Königswall 1, 44137 Dortmund
You can find information on the current opening times and the occupancy status of the car parks here too.
- By Public Transport
Starting in the 2022/23 season, Konzerthaus Dortmund is offering the VRR-KombiTicket for journeys via public transport.
Here is how you can get to Konzerthaus with public transport:
Lines U42, U43, U44, U46 to Reinoldikirche/Konzerthaus
Take the Kuckelke/Brückstraße exit (follow the red rhino logo). From here, you can reach Konzerthaus Dortmund in approx. three minutes
Lines U41, U45, U47, U49 to Kampstraße
Take the Konzerthaus Dortmund exit. From here, you can go along Hansastraße, Bissenkamp and Gerberstraße to reach Konzerthaus Dortmund in approx. three minutes
Konzerthaus Dortmund can be reached on foot in 10 minutes from Dortmund train station. Take the Richtung Innenstadt (inner city) exit, Königswall and Brückstraße
- By Bike
There are bike stands in front of Konzerthaus Dortmund (Ludwigstraße).
Together with DSW21, which runs public transport in Dortmund, Konzerthaus is launching a new service for the 2022/23 season for our own events and the events of many of our partners. If your concert ticket indicates that it is also a travel ticket, it is valid for the outbound and return journey throughout the whole VRR travel region to get to and from the Konzerthaus in an environmentally friendly way.
This applies to both those with individual tickets and season ticket holders.
- Is the Service Free for Me?
Yes, with this service you can travel to and from the event location free of charge with public transport in the Rhine-Ruhr transport association (VRR) area. This offer applies on the day of the event until 3am of the next day and for second class tickets.
- How Can I Get My Free Travel Ticket?
Anyone with a normal ticket (paper ticket) does not need to do anything else. The admission ticket is also a travel ticket if there is a written note on the respective admission ticket that it is valid as a KombiTicket.
Holders of a Print@Home ticket or a mobile ticket (Apple Wallet/Google Pay) have to personalise the public transport ticket for technical reason here and download it separately to use the VRR public transport on the day of the event.
- How Can I Personalise My Ticket?
You can find the ticket code on your online ticket (16 digits). Please enter this data at https://kombiticket.dsw21.de/ and select the “Konzerthaus Dortmund” ticket type to print your personalised travel ticket (KombiTicket).
We recommend that you only personalise your KombiTicket shortly before your journey because the travel ticket can no longer be transferred after it has been personalised.
If you have problems printing your digital KombiTicket, you can re-print the document. Re-enter your ticket data to do this. Please note that the original personalisation and dating that you created can no longer be changed.
- Who Can Use the Ticket?
Holders of a Print@Home ticket or a mobile ticket (Apple Wallet/Google Pay) must personalise their ticket before the journey: after personalisation, the ticket is valid for the person whose details have been entered when the Kombiticket is retrieved. To authorise the print-out, the person travelling simply uses their identity card and the concert ticket.
Please note: the personalisation cannot be modified afterwards.
A normal ticket (paper ticket) does not need to be personalised.
- How Quickly Can I Get My KombiTicket?
Your personal ticket for using public transport is displayed immediately after registration; you then only need to print it out.
- Can I Reprint My KombiTicket?
If you have problems printing your KombiTicket, you can re-print the document. Re-enter your ticket data to do this. Please note that the original personalisation and dating that you created can no longer be changed.
Current Traffic Information
Here we will inform you of any roadworks in the inner-city area and pre-planned or last-minute closures.
Failure of public transport in Dortmund on 03.03.2023
Due to the strike, all DSW21 light rail and bus lines in Dortmund will not operate on 03.03.2023. Please take this into account when planning your journey. The local trains and S-Bahn lines in the DSW21 traffic area are not affected by the strike. You can find more information here.
Tiefgarage Burgwall Underground Car Park
Due to renovation, Tiefgarage Burgwall is expected to be closed from mid-August 2022 to autumn 2023. Please use other car parks.
For a more relaxed parking situation, we currently recommend using Park & Ride parking lots, for example on Ludwig-Lohner-Strasse near the main cemetery or on Maurice-Vast-Strasse near the Westfalenhallen. From there, you can get to the concert hall free of charge with the tram and your VRR-KombiTicket.