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Eesti Laul 2017 sells all tickets for the Final!

EER have revealed in a press release today that the grand final of Eesti Laul is a sold out show.
The grand final of Eesti Laul, set to take place on March 4th in the Saku Suurhall, has officially sold the last available ticket, three weeks earlier than last year’s show.
Last year, Eesti Laul moved the grand final to the 5500 seat arena, which also hosted the 2002 Eurovision Song Contest.This makes Eesti Laul one of the highest attended Eurovision national finals, despite Estonia being the sixth smallest country in the contest.
“The whole industry is thrilled. This is one of the most star studded competitions we’ve had and to completely sell out a month before the show is a huge achievement” stated Eesti Laul executive producer Mart Normet.
“For us, the show has always been about music, comedy and entertainment and once again the beloved dynamic duo of Märt Avandi and Ott Sepp will host the show.”
Tickets for the dress rehearsal of the Eesti Laul final are still on sale.

Eesti Laul 2017 is not too far away

Estonia did not qualify to the Final last year and will hope to put that result to bed with their selection this year. The Eesti Laul 2017 line-up has been generating a lot of interest with Kerli being touted as one of the artists likely to win along with Koit Toome & Laura as well as Elina Born.
The dates for Eesti Laul 2017 are 11 February and 18 February for the two semifinals and 4 March for the Final.
A full playlist of all 20 competing entries is available on YouTube and is embedded into the article below.
Who would you like to see represent Estonia in Kyiv? Which Eesti Laul 2017 entry is your favourite? Were you lucky enough to get tickets to see the show? Let us know in the comments below and keep the conversation going on Twitter @escXtra!


Our collaborative articles are here! Of course, it's worth saying that our favourite entry is 🇧🇬 Sofi Marinova - Love Unlimited (2012).

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