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Cross Days 2015

FAQ's

When does the stadium open?

The stadium gates will open at 2:00 p.m.

When does the ISTAF begin and end? / When does the event begin and end?

The main program starts at 4:00 p.m. and ends approx. at 7:00 p.m.

May I bring food and beverages into the stadium?

You are allowed to bring little snacks as well as non-alcoholic drinks in beverage cartons (Tetra Pak) up to 1 litre capacity.

Am I allowed to take pictures or to film during the event?

You may take pictures and you are allowed to film during the event for private use only. Please do not bring professional equipment such as camera tripods, reflex cameras or other photo cameras with detachable zoom lenses bigger than 80 mm.

Are animals allowed to enter the stadium?

Unfortunately, your pets have to stay at home.

When does the box office open?

The box-office located at the 'OSTTOR'(eastern gate) outside the stadium will open at 12:00 a.m. on event day.

Where can I pick up my reserved tickets?

Reserved tickets can be picked up at the box-office located at 'SÜDTOR'(southern gate) outside the stadium at 12 a.m. on event day.

At what age are children required to have a ticket?

Children three (3) years of age and under do not need a ticket as long as they sit on an adult's lap. If a child needs an own seat, you will need a ticket for that seat.

Are there any discounted tickets?

Persons accompanying individuals with a disability and in possession of a valid "severely handicapped" pass displaying the letter "B" are granted free admission. (Please mention upon booking.)

Stadium policy/House rules - Prohibited items

Permitted items:

  • Walking aids
  • Non-alcoholic drinks in beverage cartons (Tetra Pak) up to 1 litre capacity
  • Strollers are allowed at the premises but have to be deposited during the event at the collecting point at OSTTOR (eastern gate) - (free of charge). Any unattended strollers will be removed by the security staff.
Prohibited items:
  • Weapons of all sorts
  • Videokameras/Tonrekorder
  • Gas spraying cans, corrosive, flammable, coloring substances or containers with substances that are a danger to health or are easily flammable. Exceptions are regular lighters.
  • Bottles (including PET and plastic bottles), cups, cans or other objects that are made of glass or another breakable, splintering or especially hard material
  • Bulky objects such as ladders, stools, (folding) chairs, coolers, picnic bags, big bags, backpacks, suitcases
  • Fireworks, flares, smoke powder, smoke grenades or other pyrotechnical objects
  • Reflex cameras and other photo cameras with detachable zoom lenses, camera tripods, video cameras or other sound and picture recording devices
  • Animals
In case you have further questions please also refer to the house rules of the Olympiastadion Berlin GmbH which apply at all times during the event.

Where can I park my vehicle?

There are public parking lots, around the stadium, which can be used during events (partly with fees):

  • Olympic Square (Olympischer Platz)
  • Parking lot PO4 with parking spots for disabled persons
  • Parking lot PO5 with parking spots for disabled persons

Wheelchair access

Guests in wheelchairs can easily access the lower stands via entrances in blocks Q/R and S/T.

Strollers

Strollers are allowed at the premises but have to be deposited during the event at the collecting point at OSTTOR (eastern gate) - (free of charge). Any unattended strollers will be removed by security staff.

Lost and Found

All lost and found items can be brought to the 'Leitstand' (control room) in the stadium. In case you have lost any personal belongings during the event, please contact the Olympiastadion Berlin the day after the event - +49 (0)30 306 88 100 or info@olympiastadion-berlin.de.