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Are you ready for it? Junior Eurovision 2017 tickets go on sale on Sunday!

Earlier today, the EBU revealed that the first wave of ticket sales for the 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest will go on sale on Sunday, October 29th. Sales will begin at 7am CET with tickets on sale for the shows at the Tbilisi Olympic Palace from €1. Are you ready for it? (Yes, we’re paying homage to Taylor Swift’s blockbuster video released today!)

Set your alarms!

According to the official EBU press release, the first wave of ticket sales will be for standing tickets for both the evening dress rehearsal on November 25th and the Grand Final itself on the evening of November 26th. As of 7am on Sunday morning, ticket sales will go live on www.tkt.ge. Tickets will be available at various pricing levels, with the cheapest being available at €1. In total, there will be 1,200 tickets available across the two shows.

“The competition keeps proving to be a great platform”

The EBU’s Head of Live Events made the following statement in the official press release:

“We are excited for people from all over the world to enjoy this year’s show, that is shaping up brilliantly. 16 remarkable acts, a spectacular stage, wonderful hosts and a brand-new voting system will make this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest the most memorable yet. For some of these young artists, this competition keeps proving to be a great platform to start their career in the music industry, as Destiny’s participation in Britain’s Got Talent 2017 showed.”

Less than a month to go

Sixteen countries will participate in next month’s contest in Tbilisi, the 15th edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Further ticketing details will be made available on junioreurovision.tv over the coming weeks.
While you wait, check out co-host Lizi Pop’s vlog about her home country!

Are you going to be buying tickets for one of the two shows? Furthermore, do you think Tbilisi is going to put on a great show? Let us know in the comments below!

Ryan Cobb

My first memory of watching the Eurovision Song Contest was back in 2001 and, over the years, my passion and enthusiasm for the contest has very much turned into an obsession. I adore music and I love geography, so this contest is a natural fit for me. If la la loving Eurovision was a crime, I'd certainly be a criminal!

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