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Info & FAQ

Arrival

Here you will find all the information you need to take part in UNUM24 from Thursday, June 20th to Sunday, June 23rd, 2024 in Munich. We are very happy to welcome you there.

The Olympic Hall Munich

We deliberately chose the Munich Olympic Hall as the venue. At the 1972 Summer Olympics it was the venue for numerous sports competitions and united many nations under its roof. Today it is a popular and versatile event hall and part of the Olympic Park. Their world-famous, curved tent roof construction should not only be the location at UNUM24, but also the program: all Christians should come together in a meeting tent for prayer, praise, rousing music and exciting speakers and preachers.

Kids & families

Access for children under 7 years is prohibited.

The conference is not suitable for children.

No child care will be offered during the conference. The exception is Sunday mornings, for which there will be an offer of special tickets later.

Children and young people aged 7 to 17 can take part with a U18 ticket, but we only recommend participation from the age of 12.

Conditions for U18: Children aged 7 to 13 require a supervisor; the children must be with this supervisor at all times. Children between the ages of 14 and 17 require a legal guardian to accompany them. 

  • Will there be translation?
    English speakers will be consecutively translated into German from the stage.
  • Wird es einen Livestream geben?
    Nein, die Konferenz wird nicht per Livestream übertragen.
  • When will UNUM24 take place?
    UNUM24 will take place from Thursday, June 20th to Sunday, June 23rd, 2024. The program starts on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. and ends on Sunday at 12:30 p.m.
  • Where will UNUM24 take place?
    UNUM24 will be taking place in the Olympiahalle in Munich Address: Olympiahalle München Spiridon-Louis-Ring 21 DE-80809 München Link: https://www.olympiapark.de/de/der-olympiapark/parkuebersicht/olympiahalle
  • Arrival by car
    All information about traveling by car, parking options and parking costs at the Munich Olympic Park can be found here.
  • Arrival by public transport
    Arrival by public transport: The Munich Olympic Center is very good and easy to reach by public transport. With the Deutsche Bahn you can reach the Olympiahalle Munich via Munich main station and continue to the stop: Olympiazentrum. All information about S-Bahn and U-Bahn trains and stops in Munich local transport can be found here.
  • Who is the organiser of UNUM24?
    UNUM24 was initiated by Fadi Krikor, founder of the Father’s House for all Nations, and Gerhard Kehl, founder and director of the Jordan Foundation
  • Can I cancel my ticket purchase?
    Unfortunately, this is not possible unless you book the ticket return service at cvents when you purchase the ticket. All information about this here.
  • Can I give my ticket to somebody else?
    Typically, tickets are transferable to someone in the same ticket class and can be given to other people without having to change the name on the ticket. The ticket loses its validity after the first check-in and will be replaced by the conference wristband at the entrance. Passing on or ticket sharing is not permitted.
  • Is there free choice of seating?
    Yes, everyone can secure their own place. The seats must be vacated during breaks and cannot be reserved permanently. However, some areas are reserved as blocks for families with children, guests and seat and VIP ticket holders. However, if you also want a reserved seat, you can purchase a special ticket with seat reservation. All information about this can be found here when purchasing tickets.
  • Does the ticket include food or accomodation?
    No, the ticket only includes participation in UNUM24. Everyone has to provide their own accommodation and food.
  • People with disabilities
    There are reduced tickets for people with disabilities (GdB50). A valid ID must be carried with you and, if necessary, presented in conjunction with the ticket. Accompanying persons can purchase the reduced ticket price of 139 euros. Please contact us after the pre-sale discount has expired if you only purchase a ticket afterwards. The Olympic Hall and the entire Olympic area are suitable for people with walking difficulties and in wheelchairs. All information about the special entrances, location of the reserved disabled parking spaces and wheelchair-accessible toilets can be found here.
  • At what age do children need a ticket?
    Please note: The conference is not suitable for children under 12, but at the same time we want to give young families with small children the chance to take part and are setting up a special family block where everyone with babies and children can sit. Children and young people aged 7 to 17 can take part with a U18 ticket. Children aged 1 to 6 can take part in the family block with a special children's ticket. Babies aged 0-1 do not require a ticket, but can be brought into the hall. Places for families with babies are also provided in the family block
  • Will there be childcare?
    Unfortunately, we cannot offer child care. Parents must supervise their children at all times. Children up to 13 years of age require a supervisor; the children must be with this supervisor at all times. Children between the ages of 14 and 17 require a legal guardian to accompany them to the conference.
  • Will there be a kids programm?
    We will not be offering any children's programs during the conference. But: Attention Sunday morning special! For Sunday only, a children's special program awaits you parallel to the service with a surprise factor (further information and special tickets will follow).
  • Will there be space for strollers?
    For reasons of safety and fire protection, it is generally not permitted to take a stroller into the Olympic Hall. This also applies to carrier bags for small children. Strollers are permitted on the Olympic site, but they may only be parked in the designated areas. Cars left unattended will be brought there by security staff.
  • Will there be ear protection?
    There may be increased volume during worship times. Parents are responsible for ensuring that their child is adequately protected. This also applies to older children.
  • Food & Drinks
    There are various catering options available in the Olympic Hall where you can purchase food and drink.
  • Can I bring food into the hall?
    Of course, you are allowed to bring your own food, but please note the safety restrictions below. Bringing glass bottles is generally not permitted. PET bottles up to 0.7 liters are possible and of course there is an exception for baby food.
  • Photography & Filming
    For copyright reasons, photography and filming for commercial use is not permitted at our event. Photographers and film teams that have been accredited by our press office are exempt from this regulation.
  • Which items can I take into the Olympic Hall?
    Due to the safety regulations but also the space available on the Olympic site, not all items are allowed in the Olympic hall. There may be a check at the entrance. You are NOT allowed to bring any of this with you: Luggage and hand trollies Sleeping bags and sleeping mats Boxes and bulky luggage Large travel backpacks Cameras Flagpoles and flags Perfumes & deodorants (pressure containers and glass) Glass bottles (PET up to 0.7l permitted) – (baby supplies permitted) Animals Metal cutlery (plastic allowed) Instruments and percussions (tambourines, jingles, shofars, etc.) Tools, tools and other blades (carpet knives, multitools, Leatherman, pocket knives, etc.) Weapons (cutting, stabbing and firearms, as well as irritant gas) If there is any uncertainty regarding the ban on items on the exhibition grounds, the decision rests with our security and order staff.
  • Are there shared accommodations?
    Unfortunately no. We cannot provide accommodation. However, in Munich there is a large selection of accommodation and youth hostels in all price ranges. We recommend that you find out about possible accommodation options in Munich early on.
  • Can you park with a camper at the Olympiahall?
    Yes, you can! You can park a camper at the so-called “Parkharfe am Olympiastadion” for 25 euros per day. Access to the parking spaces and all further information about parking can be found in the Olympic Stadium visitor information under “Arrival by car/Parking spaces and fees”.
  • Can you participate in instead of just being there?
    Yes gladly! UNUM24 needs a lot of volunteer help. We would be very happy if you would like to get involved and also offer special discounted tickets for volunteers. You can find all information and an application form here under the link on our homepage.
  • How else can I support UNUM24?
    An event of this size relies on donations. You are welcome to support our work with a special supporter ticket with a voluntary donation. You can find all information here. Advertising material – We provide various advertising banners, posters and a trailer for download on our website and would be happy if you share this online and on your social media channels. We are also happy to provide printed flyers and posters for communities and initiatives to hang up. You can find all the information about this at the bottom of the footer menu under “Support”.
  • How can I stay up-to-date regarding UNUM24?
    You can sign up for our newsletter, so you don't miss any information and are always up to date on the program and specials.
  • Who can I contact for further questions?
    You are welcome to contact us using the contact form on our website or by phone (+49 831- 520 92 64).
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