Facts about the International Youth Convention 2019 ↑
More than 30,000 youth and their guardians from across the world
Here I am
All programme events will be conducted in the German and English languages, where possible. The divine services will be translated into more languages
Workshops, stage performances, display stands, films, music, podium discussions on questions of faith and society, theological and academic lectures, chill-out zones, sport, presentations and lots more. The programme will be orientated on the expectations of the youth, which will have been compiled from the results of a survey (evaluated in the second half of 2017).
The youth are called upon to contribute their own ideas, programme items and musical activities to the event.
Sending in your ideas
Shows and concerts in the stadium
Friday morning will see the opening ceremony of The International Youth Convention in the Arena adjacent to the exhibition grounds. The pop oratorio “I AM” will be presented on Friday evening and on Saturday there will be a musical evening in the Arena to set the mood for Sunday.
The youth, youth choir leaders and youth delegates can sing in the grand “International Youth Convention Choir”, become involved at the closing divine service with Chief Apostle Jean-Luc Schneider and also sing in the pop oratorio “I AM” in the Düsseldorf Arena.
People with disabilities
All planning will be considerate of the youth with disabilities
Entry fees include the provision of breakfast, lunch and evening meals.
Costs for travelling to and from the event are generally to be met by attendees. Exceptions will be regulated by respective district Churches.
Participation fee: 125 euros
Admission to the three-day event will cost 125 euros, covering overnight accommodation and all meals.