BETA

This is a prototype - your feedback will help us to improve it.


Published: 07/06/2018
From: Department of the Taoiseach

Get a Ticket (Dublin)

  • You will need a ticket for the event at the Phoenix Park.
  • You can register for tickets online on the World Meeting of Families 2018 website now.
  • You will get your ticket closer to the event.
  • You must choose which event you would like to attend – Phoenix Park or Knock. You will not be able to get tickets for both.

The Mass is a free event but you will need a ticket to gain entry.

Every adult and every child in attendance will need a ticket. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. All tickets will be for standing sections.

You can now register for a ticket on the World Meeting of Families 2018 website. Please note it is not possible to apply for tickets for both Phoenix Park and Knock events, as these events are on the same day – you will only be able to attend one or the other event.

When registering for a ticket on the World Meeting of Families 2018 website, you will be asked for the following information:

Information Why am I being asked for this?
Name & postal address To identify you as the applicant.
Email address Your tickets will be sent by email.
Travel information You will be asked where you plan to travel from on the day and how you plan to travel on the day. This information will inform your assigned route to the Phoenix Park, best suited to where you are travelling from. More information on transport planning and options.

You will not receive your ticket immediately after you register. Tickets will be sent closer to the event by email in the form of a ‘print at home’ ticket. This will include travel information, along with details of how to get to your appointed section at the event. When you receive your ticket for the event, it will include the information on your route to the Phoenix Park and the gate you must enter and exit.

For more information on tickets, please see the World Meeting of Families 2018 website. This includes information for those with accessibility issues.

This information is updated on an ongoing basis so please check back regularly.

Back to Dublin