This morning, the European Broadcasting Union have announced when the first wave of tickets to the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest will go on sale!
From 11:00CET on Thursday, November 30th, fans will be able to purchase tickets to the Grand Final (as well as its two rehearsals on the Friday evening, and Saturday afternoon).
Tickets will be priced at levels ranging between €35 to €299 for the above shows, and can be obtained from the official ticketing website, Blueticket.pt when they go on sale in just under two week’s time!
A second wave of tickets for the remaining shows, (including both of the Semi-Finals) will also be on sale from January 2018.
The Deputy Executive Producer of Eurovision 2018, Carla Bugalho, has said:
RTP is very pleased to announce the beginning of the ticket sale for the first Eurovision Song Contest hosted in Portugal. We will have 3 outstanding and distinctive shows and everyone that doesn’t get their tickets now, will have other opportunities very soon.
1,700 tickets have also been allocated to the various OGAE fan clubs, across the six evening shows. OGAE members will receive information on how to purchase these separately.
The EBU have also announced that 43 countries are to compete in the contest next year – including F.Y.R. Macedonia! You can read more about this in our article which was published earlier this morning.
The 63rd Eurovision Song Contest will take place at the Altice Arena in Lisbon, Portugal, on the 8th, 10th and 12th May 2018.