You can download the complete program here. You can also download the JULE-program here.

Registration Day

Thursday, 28st July

Module 1 – Developing Spiritual Competences (1 from 3)

Friday, 29st July

Module 1 – Developing Spiritual Competences (2 from 3)

Saturday, 30st July

Module 1 – Developing Spiritual Competences (3 from 3)

Sunday, 31st July

Modul 2 – Base, Consciousness and Intimate Relationship (1 from 3)

Monday, 1st August

Modul 2 – Base, Consciousness and Intimate Relationship (2 from 3)

Tuesday, 2nd August

Modul 2 – Base, Consciousness and Intimate Relationship (3 from 3)

Wednesday, 3rd August

Module 3 – Resilience, Creativity and Cultural Evolution (1 from 3)

Thursday, 4th August

Module 3 – Resilience, Creativity and Cultural Evolution (2 from 3)

Friday, 5th August

Module 3 – Resilience, Creativity and Cultural Evolution (3 from 3)

Saturday, 6th August


Sunday, 7th August

Tickets & Prices


Tickets are available for the whole festival, or for individual modules! For each module, you can sign up until 10am of the first day of any Module.

For on-site participation, every participant in the Celebrate Life Festival 2016 in Hof Oberlethe must have:

A Festival ticket (Ticket Shop)

  • Chargeable for all participants over the age of 18
  • Free for all children and youths (0 – 17 years): Please register your children and youths under their own name free of charge in the ticketshop. Important: If your child(ren) is (are) below the age of 18 and would like to participate in the childcare (from 3 years), youth camp or the JULE Camp, we need a letter of authorization signed by you as their parent, which can be downloaded here. Please register your children also in the ticketshop for the childcare or JUKI-Camp.

In advance registration at Hof Oberlethe (click here)

  • for accommodation and board
  • the festival package (board only)

Please note that all Festival tickets are issued personally in the name of the respective participant and cannot be transferred to a third party.

All festival participants aged 14-22 years need a valid photo ID for the check-in because of ticket discounts.



Evening events are also open to non-festival participants. For those only attending evening events, tickets are available at the entrance of the main hall for € 6.00 on night of the performance. Cash only please.

Please note that this is a non alcohol & Drug Free Festival. Likewise, evening events for all visitors and guests are alcohol & drug free.


Questions for the ticketshop:

You also can download instructions here.



Due to organizational reasons you are requested to arrive in the time mentioned above.

… and don’t forget to register at Hof Oberlethe

With all donations, that are generated during the Celebrate Life Festival 2016,  we will support SyrienHilfe.V. and ReDI SCHOOL OF DIGITAL INTEGRATION. The goal is to achieve as high a donated amount as possible. It is possible to donate from now until August 31, 2016!

Click and donate!

Livestream & Media Library



Those who cannot be with us in person in Oberlethe are very welcome to take part via Livestream.

You will be able to follow the speakers on the stage in the main hall via the website and participate in the Tonings. This also applies wherever you see the Livestream symbol Live in the time table. 
You can follow in either German or English.



The first 30 minutes of each module are free of charge, the remainder can be accessed via the purchase of a paid ticket on the website.

If you have already purchased your ticket, please proceed to the log-in page. If you want to enjoy the free content, please proceed to the media library page.

Media-Center: Video-on-Demand

If you can’t follow the streaming live and in real time, you can also watch the events on stage at other times via Video-on-demand in our Media-Center.
Of course in this case you will not have the option of participating live. It will also be possible to download the videos for offline viewing. The videos are available for viewing and download until July 30th, 2017.

For more Information (not for registration):
Uschi Rapp:
T: +49 4407 3148913

Packing List


20150801-P1170577On the Festival grounds you will find a very good infrastructure that provides for smooth functioning during meals and sufficient sanitary facilities. The hot meals – especially lunch – are made with organic ingredients (regional produce whenever possible). In principle it is possible to bring your own food; however, the daily rate of € 39 per person for Hof Oberlethe for food (3 meals) and the use of the entire festival grounds must still be paid, since it is not possible for us to make special arrangements or exceptions.

Cups: This year we ask everyone to please bring a cup of your own – the more colorful the better – so that we can actively support the kitchen crew of Hof Oberlethe. Adhesive tape and pens are provided. If necessary, you can buy a cup for € 1 from Hof Oberlethe.

MP3 players, iPods and mobile phones for the translation: All events are held in German or English and are translated simultaneously into the other language respectively.

earphone-316753_1280Please bring an FM radio receiver with headphones so that you can listen to the translation (this is integrated in most MP3 players, iPods and mobile phones – but not in iPhones!). We recommend high quality-devices.

Please bear in mind to bring a sufficient number of batteries. (Charging is difficult!)

Personal comfort: If you have special wishes regarding comfort (meditation bench or pillow, additional blankets, hot water bottles, etc.), bring what you need.

It makes sense to bring flip-flops, sturdy shoes, rain gear and a flashlight.

Parent letter for child care: download here

For child care: 

Child care is offered daily for children aged 3 or more (ready for kindergarten) in the morning from 10 am to 1.30 pm and in the afternoon from 6 pm to 7 pm, and it is free of charge. Donations are appreciated and will be passed on in their entirety as a donation to projects.

Further information:

Babies: An open space in a barn directly next to the great hall has been set up for parents with small children who cannot be or stay at the events. An audio feed ensures that the events can be listened to there. The children can lie in the shade or play in the barn.

Youths: There is a youth camp during the entire Festival which has two tents of its own. Numerous activities are offered for youths from the ages of approximately 8 to 13, as well as a very active youth group for all 14- to 24-year olds. The exact categorization will take place on location collaboratively with the persons in charge.