Tomorrow morning the first batch of tickets for the 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be available to buy!
From 07:00CET on Sunday 29th September, Georgian ticketing website tkt.ge will open its online doors, and tickets to both the Grand Final and Dress Rehearsal will be available to purchase.
The first tickets to go on sale will be standing only – and of those tickets, there will be around 600 tickets available for each show (1,200 in total), and tickets are available at a variety of prices – including those as low as ONE EURO each! Other seated tickets will also be announced shortly on Junior Eurovision’s official media channels and website.
The Grand Final of the 15th Junior Eurovision Song Contest takes place in four weeks time, on Sunday 25th November at the Olympic Palace in Tbilisi, Georgia.
The EBU’s head of live events, Jon Ola Sand says:
We are excited for people from all over the world to enjoy this year’s show, that is shaping up brilliantly. 16 remarkable acts, a spectacular stage, wonderful hosts and a brand-new voting system will make this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest the most memorable yet. For some of these young artists, this competition keeps proving to be a great platform to start their career in the music industry, as Destiny’s participation in Britain’s Got Talent 2017 showed.
This year, a total of 16 countries and broadcasters are competing in the contest as follows:
FYR Macedonia (MKRTV)
The Netherlands (AVROTROS)
With the exception of Ireland, all countries have now revealed their entry. You can watch and hear a short sample of each of these songs in the following clip. The full videos of the confirmed songs are also available on the official Junior Eurovision YouTube page.
If you’d like to relive last year’s experience, the full 2016 Junior Eurovision Song Contest is available to watch below: