Frieze New York: Tickets Now On Sale

The fair returns to New York for 2018 – for discounts on prices and guaranteed entry, buy now  

There are different ticket types available, including admission only, as well as options with 50% off subscriptions to frieze magazine. All admission ticket holders will receive a 5% discount on selected prints at Allied Editions at the fair (one purchase only). You can also present your admission ticket at The Museum of Modern Art ticket desk to receive $5 off one adult admission ticket, or $25 off a membership.* 

Thursday Preview, May 3, 11am-8pm
Be the first to see the fair! New for 2018, Thursday Preview tickets provide a complete Frieze Week experience including:

  • early access to the fair
  • complimentary access to the Private viewing of Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960–1985 (Friday, May 4, 6-7pm) at the Brooklyn Museum and to MoMA PS1’s Night at the Museum, (Saturday, May 5, 8pm-12am)
  • complimentary Frieze publications in a limited-edition gift bag
  • 10% discount on selected editions at Allied Editions' booth (one purchase)
  • return ferry or bus journey.

Strictly limited offer, available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Thursday Private View, May 3, 5pm-8pm
Get access to the fair on Thursday evening, from 5pm-8pm, and enjoy complimentary ferry services to and from the fair. Strictly limited offer, available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Students
Tickets from $27 for full-time students (valid ID required for entry). 

Under 25s Special Offer
A limited number of $12 tickets are available on Friday for anyone aged 18-25-year old. Available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Children
All children need to present a Child Ticket at the door to gain entry to the fair. Please keep your children close to you at all times and please explain that they are not allowed to touch the art.

Tours
Enhance your visit by taking a guided tour. Different types of tours are available depending on your interests, as well as Private Group Tours for larger groups. Tour tickets do not include admission to the fair.

Frieze Bespoke
And if you're particularly interested in starting or growing your art collection, buy a Frieze Bespoke tour. Bespoke tours are created with your interest and budget in mind and include admission to the fair for 2 guests.

Transportation
We highly recommend our Frieze ferry service from East 35th Street ferry dock and Frieze bus service to get to the fair. Due to construction works, ferries will not run from East 90th Street this year. Please note, there is no self-parking on Randall's Island.

All tickets are limited and often sell out. Buy in advance and save money. Booking fees apply.

*MoMA Offer valid May 2 – June 30, 2018. May only be redeemed onsite and may not be combined with other offers.

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