Japan Expo - February 24-26, 2017 Marseille Chanot
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2017 ticketing: fees and ticket offices

All the information you need about entrance fees and where to buy 1-day, 3-day, and Zen tickets for Japan Expo Sud 8th Wave on Feb. 24-26, 2017 at Marseille Chanot!

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2017 new features

  • Get a discount when buying presale tickets. You save money and as usual, you get in earlier, from 9.00 am.
  • Make it a family day out: the entrance is free for children under 8​.

And to save even more money, get a 3-day pass, only available before the festival and limited to 1,000.




Zen Tickets are back with new features: more information about their advantages on this page!

 
 

Entrance fees

 

Friday 2017/02/24

Saturday 2017/02/25

Sunday 2017/02/26

3 days

Zen

Presale tickets* (enter from 9.00 am)

€10

€15

€13

€33.50

€55

On-site purchase (cash desks open at 10.00 am)

€12

€17

€15

Not on sale

Not on sale

*When buying presale tickets:

  • Enjoy one extra hour at the festival: enter at 9.00 am, instead of 10.00 am when the on-site ticket sale begins (opening hours on this page)
  • Get a discount
 
 

Where to buy tickets

Zen and Zen+ Tickets, 3-day passes and 1-day tickets are currently available on our website from this page

When buying tickets from Japan Expo's website, you don't pay any extra fees.

Buy 1-day tickets and 3-day passes in the Fnac network:

Buy 1-day tickets and 3-day passes in the Ticketmaster network:

  • in stores: Auchan, Cora, Cultura-E. Leclerc
  • online at www.ticketmaster.fr
 
 

General information

Children

  • The festival entrance is free for children under 8, you will need to show a justification. A free pass will be given at the entrance of the festival. 
  • If you have questions about children at Japan Expo Sud, click here to read more about it.

Persons with disabilities

  • The entrance to the festival is free for the companions of people with disabilities (one companion per person). You’ll have to show a card or justification showing that you need a companion.
    A priority entrance is set for the latter to avoid the waiting.
  • People with other disabilities, pregnant women, families with young children, or anyone for whom it is hard to stand in the lines can also use this priority line.
    A justification (disability card or doctor’s certificate) will be asked.
  • For the people above, the entrance opens at 9.00 am if they have a presale ticket. Otherwise, entrance tickets are sold from 10.00 am at the cash desks, still using the priority line.
    To enter earlier and get a discount on 1-day tickets as mentioned above, you should buy presale tickets
  • If you have questions about coming to Japan Expo Sud for disabled people, click here to read the dedicated FAQ.

Other

  • ANY EXIT IS DEFINITIVE. If you want to go out and back in during the day, you can get a Zen Ticket!
  • When buying presale tickets, you benefit from discounts and one more hour at the festival as for you the doors open at 9.00 am instead of 10.00 am for the on-site ticket office.
  • Tickets are available in the ticketing networks mentioned above until the day before the festival, Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017 at 11.59 pm.
  • After this date and during the whole duration of the festival, tickets are available at the on-site ticket offices from 10.00 am everyday.
  • 3-day passes are limited to 1,000 and only available before the festival.
  • Zen and Zen+ Tickets are available only before the festival, are limited, and sold only on our website. 

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