re:publica in Dublin on 20 October 2016 is over, it was a great success for us! #rpDUB, baby!
On with the show: Ticket sale for the re:publica happening in May 2017 starts at the end of October 2016.

Konferenz - Online Event Management mit der Ticketing-Lösung von XING Events


Early Bird | re:publica Dublin 1 Day Ticket: 87,50 €

Early Bird | re:publica Dublin 1 Day Premium Ticket: 175,00 €*

Tickets grant access to all events at re:publica in Dublin. All prices include VAT and handling costs.

You can order tickets online until 11:55 pm on 18 October 2016. Please note that you have to redeem the ticket voucher until that time too.

* Including access to the speaker lounge. Further information on Premium Tickets can be found on the FAQ page regarding the Premium Ticket.

Ticket cancellation is only possible for privately held tickets and must take place by October 18, 2016. Cancellation fees are €5.95, plus handling fees. Overall cancellation fees for Standard Tickets are a total of €13,84.

For more information, please contact Xing Event Team at

To save cancellation fees, it is also possible to sell a ticket you already purchased and have the name on the ticket changed accordingly. In that case, check the FAQ How do I transfer my ticket to another person?

It turns out that I can’t make it to re:publica after all and so I would like to transfer my ticket to someone else. How do I go about doing this?  

Not a problem. If you want to sell your ticket or gift it to someone then send an email to It must include the name and email address of the original attendee, the name and email address of the new attendee, original purchase date of the ticket, ticket number and quantity. With this information we can transfer your ticket. Please note that transfers can only be done until October 18, 2016 and that ticket prices cannot be reimbursed. So, if the ticket to be transferred is not a gift then it is up to you and the new recipient to work out your own payment method.

Of course, you can still sell your ticket even if the October 18, 2016 deadline has passed. However, passed that date we won’t be able to change the original name on the ticket and nametag to that of the new attendee’s. There will be blank nametags available on location at the accreditation desk, which can be filled out by hand.     

We offer students a 25 percent discount on a ticket for re:publica Dublin. Send as an email with your scanned student card to ticket at and we reply with a discount code you can use in our ticket shop.

It is very important that you are able to provide corresponding documentation of eligibility on location. Else you have to pay the differing amount at the entrance.

Unfortunately, Early Bird Tickets are non-refundable but you can resell them and there usually are plenty of thankful takers to be found.

Access to the Premium Lounge

Head to the centrally located VIP lounge and use its calm atmosphere to conduct business or just hang out with friends and new acquaintances and enjoy the catering with the re:publica speakers.

  • Continuous catering

Four meals (breakfast, lunch, afternoon cakes, snack in the evening) as well as soft drinks, coffee and tea are included in the Premium Ticket and are available throughout the day in the VIP lounge. All warm meals are freshly prepared and, of course, vegetarian options are also available.

  • Transferability

Compared to regular tickets, Premium Tickets are transferable. For companies this means that colleagues can alternate attendance by sharing the company ticket. This way everyone can take in the re:publica atmosphere and become inspired, conduct meetings on location or let staff members with specific skill sets attend corresponding thematic focal areas during the conference.


No. Children up to and including 15 years of age have free admission.

Yes, for groups of pupils, students, trainees, people on social welfare, retirees and people with disabilities. Please present documents at the door.  Please send your inquiries for group tickets to

Last year we received over 700 submissions and unfortunately had to reject quite a few. The re:publica in Dublin event will be an even smaller event which diminishes the chances even further. (Don’t let that scare you off!).