With only two weeks to go until we hear the songs competing in Eurovision: You Decide, time is fast running out for you to get your hands on the last few remaining tickets!
There’s not long now until Friday 27 January sees six songs compete on the Eventim Apollo stage in Hammersmith, London for their chance to win the British ticket to Kyiv, Ukraine. To attend the event, you must be aged 14 or over – and those under 15 will will need to be accompanied by an adult.
Tickets are available to anyone, they are not geo-restricted to the UK – so Eurovision fans, you can come to London for a weekend trip including the chance to see who the UK aselects as its entry whilst you’re here. What could be better than that?
#Eurovision: You Decide is BACK! Our UK entry ?? will be chosen on Friday 27th January @BBCTwo! Ticket info here: https://t.co/bDCbC4GZbQ pic.twitter.com/S2EqLw5kc9
— BBC Eurovision (@bbceurovision) December 9, 2016
The show itself will be hosted by popular TV presenter Mel Giedroyc and will feature a panel of 3 experts to give their advice to the competing acts, as well as exciting guest performers.
Eurovision Song Contest 2009 winner Alexander Rybak has already been announced as a special guest for the show, with more announcements on the way soon. Audience members who come to the Hammersmith Apollo will be treated to the ultimate Eurovision experience with many attractions inside the venue, which will be confirmed in the near future.
NEWS: @AlexanderRybak ?? will be performing on @Eurovision You Decide! Friday 27th January @BBCTwo https://t.co/bDCbC4GZbQ pic.twitter.com/gzpM6Z4nR2
— BBC Eurovision (@bbceurovision) December 16, 2016
The 90 minute show will be broadcast live on BBC Two at 19.30. If all of this has made you excited to attend Eurovision: You Decide, then tickets are available here.
Last year, the United Kingdom were represented in Stockholm, Sweden, by Joe & Jake. The duo, formed after meeting on The Voice UK, were selected through the return of Eurovision: You Decide on BBC Four and performed “You’re Not Alone”. You can watch their performance from the Eurovision final below.
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