All I want for Christmas is… a Eurovision ticket!

Preparations are going full swing in Rotterdam, and things are definitely gearing up. After revealing the logo, the stage design and the hosts, NPO has just published the long-awaited details about tickets!

So grab your agendas and mark: 12.12 at 12:00. Indeed, on Thursday a week, the first wave of tickets for this year’s contest will go on sale!

Tickets for all 9 shows (rehearsals and live shows) will be available for purchase, and you’ll be able to choose from 5 categories: Standing, Seated (1st tier), Seated (2nd tier), Seated (limited view) and Accessible tickets. Prices range from €18,50 to €248,50. Nevertheless, it seems Standing tickets for live shows will only be sold at a later date.

You want to treat yourself with a ticket? Well, it’s rather easy. Next Thursday, just go on eurovision.tv or songfestival.nl (if you’re Dutch), and you ‘ll be redirected to the official ticketing partner Paylogic. As in previous years, a “queue system” will be implemented.

Moreover, Producer Sietse Bakker announced on his Twitter account that fans would not be forgotten – 2286 fan packages have been reserved, 400 of which are for OGAE Netherlands. The price seems to have been settled to €800. How will the other 1886 packages be split between the national fan clubs is yet to be revealed.

The second and third waves of tickets are announced for late January and early March. More information is available on eurovision.tv.

Good luck to you all!

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