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With the exception of two stations, the light artworks can be viewed free of charge in the old town.

To direct the flow of visitors for the light artworks in the Minoritenkirche and the Dreieinigkeitskirche, a combined ticket for 12 euros is available in advance at and during the festival at the information stand in Maximilianstraße 26 and at Touristinfo (Rathausplatz 4, Regensburg) Mon-Sat 10 until 16, Sun 10 until 14.30., Tel. 0941/507-4410.

Children up to 6 years of age have free entry.

Please note: There are no individual tickets for the light shows at locations 09 Minoritenkirche and 15 Dreieinigkeitskirche, only the combined ticket for both locations with specified time slots; the ticket is not valid outside these times. Please arrive punctually at the churches at the booked time. In order not to interrupt the ongoing light show, admission is no longer possible after the start of the light show!

As a special highlight, on the weekend of March 22nd to 24th, you can experience the music recorded by the Regensburg University Orchestra exclusively for the show in the Dreieinigkeitskirche in several live events. Combined tickets for these time slots cost €14.

Please note: These shows are not safe for people with epilepsy or photosensitivity.
Please do not take any food or drinks/bottles into the churches.




Festival tours can be booked directly at

With the STADTMAUS through the RE.LIGHT Festival: The STADTMAUS offers exclusive guided tours of selected installations and provides background information on the artists and their work. Admission to the two shows in the Minoritenkirche and the Dreieinigkeitskirche is included in the price of the tour. You’ve never seen Regensburg like this before. A guided tour lasts approx. 120 minutes and costs €17 per person.


The artist collective Quiet Ensemble, consisting of Fabio Di Salvo and Bernardo Vercelli, has created a fascinating combination of art, nature and technology with its installation “Solardust” in the impressive setting of the Minorite Church in Regensburg. The Minorite Church, with its rich history and architectural splendor, thus becomes a unique space that forms the perfect stage for the collective’s immersive light and sound projects.


Trinity Church

The Trinity Church in Regensburg forms the impressive backdrop for the fascinating art project “Transfiguration – The Transformation”. This unique event was first presented on the occasion of the 600th anniversary of the nave of Girona Cathedral and has since caused a sensation in cities such as Bilbao and New York. In collaboration with the renowned artist collective Onionlab and media artist Xavi Bové, an impressive combination of light, sound and space was created.

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