Tickets for Eurovision 2023 to go on sale on Tuesday March 7!
The news that has been anxiously awaited by Eurovision fans with plans to travel to Liverpool is here: news about the tickets for the shows! And the date they will first go on sale is: March 7!
The BBC revealed so in their Eurovision podcast Eurovisioncast.
Tickets will be available for nine shows: the dress rehearsal, the afternoon show the next day and the live show that evening!
- Semi-Final 1 – Dress rehearsal (Monday 8 May – 21:00 CET)
- Semi-Final 1 – Afternoon show (Tuesday 9 May – 14:30 CET)
- Semi-Final 1 – Live Show (Tuesday 9 May – 21:00 CET)
- Semi-Final 2 – Dress rehearsal (Wednesday 10 May – 21:00 CET)
- Semi-Final 2 – Afternoon show (Thursday 11 May – 14:30 CET)
- Semi-Final 2 – Live show (Thursday 11 May – 21:00 CET)
- The Grand Final – Dress rehearsal (Friday 12 May – 21:00 CET)
- The Grand Final – Afternoon show (Saturday 13 May – 14:00 CET)
- The Grand Final – Live Show (Saturday 13 May – 21:00 CET)
(Note: Above times are indicated in Central European time!)
Ticketmaster UK will be the official seller of the tickets (no matter the country you are booking from), meaning they can only be purchased through there, and those wishing to get their hands on tickets are encouraged to sign up well in advance of that Tuesday, the 7th of March.
To get an indication of the prices, the EBU has stated that: ”Tickets are priced from £30 to £290 for the Semi-Final shows and from £80 to £380 for the Grand Final shows.”
When the time is there to order tickets, they’ve also added it’s important to know that:
You can only buy tickets for one show at a time. For the three Live televised shows, customers can purchase a maximum of 4 tickets in one order. For the six Preview shows, customers can purchase a maximum of 6 tickets per order.
31 out of 37 competing countries have been divided over two semi-finals.
To refresh your memory on who’s performing in which semi-final:
Here‘s another look at the results of tonight’s #Eurovision 2023 Allocation Draw!
Which Semi is your favourite in? 👀 pic.twitter.com/0ymsjxajpZ
— Eurovision Song Contest (@Eurovision) January 31, 2023
Be prepared, the tickets will go on sale on Tuesday the 7th of March on 13:00 CET on the Ticketmaster UK website, make sure you have your account created on there in advance!
Will you be getting ready to buy tickets to the Eurovision Song Contest 2023?
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