LVHF Čechomor (c) Igor Paliatka

The Čechomor concert is postponed to 24th June 2022

As the conditions for cultural events by the government of the Czech Republic remain unclear and the high risk of cancellation several days before the event, we are forced to postpone the originally planned concert of the band Čechomor with the Moravian Philharmonic Olomouc from 28th May 2021 to Friday 24th June 2022. The venue and time remain unchanged. We apologize for the inconvenience.



If you decide to keep your tickets, they will remain valid. As a thank you for your patience and loyalty, we will send you a code for a 5% discount on any of the LVMF 2022 concerts, applicable from the start of sales on 15th March 2022.

If you decide to return your tickets for any reason, these are the variants available:
1) Donation of the ticket fee

Your ticket will be returned, but the festival will be able to keep the fee you have paid before as a gift. In these difficult times, we will be very grateful if you consider this option, as the income from the entrance fee is the crucial part of the festival funding (almost 15 % of the festival budget). If you donate the ticket fee to the festival, we will send you a donation certificate by the end of June. If you are a legal person, a natural person or an employee with a tax residence in the Czech Republic, you can write it off the donation in your tax return for the year 2021. You can find the tax-deductible conditions below.
2) Exchange for a voucher

If you cannot keep your tickets for the concert for any reason but you are a fan of the festival, we offer to exchange your ticket for a voucher in an equal value, which you can use for any of the LVMF 2022 concerts. The voucher will be sent to you electronically and it will be possible to use it both online and at the LVHF sales points. The conditions for the voucher use are available here (valid for 2022). The date of the 2022 festival edition is from 24th September to 8th October. The programme will be a mix of the classical and world music with a focus on the Balkan. If there are any problems in the future, it will be possible to return the voucher by 31st May 2022.
3) Ticket return (cancellation)
Your ticket will be cancelled and the fee will be refunded in a full purchase price.


Conditions for the tickets return

Remain valid without the change for 1), 2), 3)
Tickets can be returned no later than 31st May 2021
Tickets can only be returned the way they were purchased (online or at the sales points)
How to return an eTicket

Contact us at and insert your eTickets into an attachment of the e-mail. Enter the e-mail address from which the ticket was purchased and the way you want your ticket to be returned (donation, voucher, cancellation) into the body of the e-mail.
Tickets return procedure for purchasing at the festival sales points

  • Please contact the sales points only if you want to cancel your tickets (3). If you want to exchange them for a voucher or keep them as a donation to the festival, contact the LVMF customer line at or +420 774 710 621.
  • Tickets can only be returned at the sales point where they were purchased.
  • Please, contact the sales point by phone first and arrange the date and time of your visit.
  • The money will be refunded only upon the original ticket submission. Therefore, we ask you to bring the original with you. Thank you for your understanding.
    Sales points contacts
    TIC Lednice, Zámecké nám. 68

    T +420 733 531 874
    TIC Valtice, nám. Svobody 4
T +420 734 256 709
    TIC Mikulov, Náměstí 158/1

    T +420 724 987 900
    Břeclav CK Travel Club/opposite the Koruna cinema, U Tržiště 1029/17

    T +420 602 734 290



    Conditions for the natural persons and the employees according to the paragraph 15, section 5 of the Income Tax Act 
    Natural persons (including employees) can deduct the value of the provided gratuitous benefits (donations) from the tax base if the total value of the gratuitous benefits (donations) in the tax period (calendar year) exceeds 2 % of the tax base or is at least CZK 1,000. In total, a maximum of 15 % can be deducted from the tax base. Self-employed persons claim tax deductions directly in their tax returns. Employees who file their own tax returns apply the deduction in the same way the self-employed persons – in their tax return. Employees for whom the tax return is processed by the employer submit a confirmation of the donation once a year (no later than mid-February) to their payroll accounting office for the entire previous year. The deduction in the tax base will subsequently be reflected in the tax settlement in the higher March salary.
    Conditions for the legal persons according to the paragraph 20, section 8 of the Income Tax Act
    can deduct the value of the provided gratuitous benefits (donations) from the tax base if the total value of the gratuitous benefits (donations) is at least CZK 2,000. In total, a maximum of 10 % can be deducted from the already reduced tax base. For tax purposes, it therefore must be a donation of at least CZK 2,000.

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