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First wave of tickets for Eurovision 2019 to go on sale in December?

As we start to progress further to the National Final season, fans are starting to question, when will tickets for next year’s contest go on sale?Well, according to fellow Eurovision Fan website Wiwibloggs, the tickets for next year’s contest could potentially go on sale next month as per the ticketing tender that KAN has put into place.

How many tickets will be on sale?

The Tel Aviv Convention Center will be on the smaller venues to host the Eurovision Song Contest.  We previously reported that around 6,000-7,000 tickets will be on sale. 

Out of this, 4,000 of the tickets will be for the main arena, whilst 2,000-3,000 tickets will be for the Green Room, which is situated in Pavillion 1 of the Tel Aviv Convention Center.

The tickets that will be available for this year’s show will be lower than what was available in Lisbon this year, which had roughly around 10,000 tickets on sale.

What Ticket Types are Available?

As with every year, there will be different types of tickets available and they are as follows:

  • Free Reserved Tickets – These will be given by KAN to different entities (Delegations, Eurovision 2019 Sponsors, EBU guests, production members, etc.)
  • Reserved tickets – (paper tickets) that will be sold and given by KAN to different entities.
  • Packages – Tickets for all shows will be sold together in one package at a reduced price (normally this is done for OGAE members that get special ticket bundles every year).
  • Public tickets (electronic tickets) – The tickets will be available for purchase online through the chosen ticketing company.

Other information about the sale of tickets

The ticketing tender for Eurovision 2019 is set to end in November 25, in which KAN would then decide as to who will be the ticketing partner for this year’s contest.

The first wave of tickets is due to be offered to the public at the beginning of December. However, this is only an estimate and could potentially happen in late December instead.  Two additional waves of tickets will also be offered to the public in February and April. So, if tickets go on sale next month and you were unsuccessful, there are still two other chances to obtain one!.

In addition, KAN has emphasised the importance of stability when ticketing sales occur. Part of the requirements is for the ticketing company to handle traffic of up to 200,000 users at any given point. Should the website crash during the ticket sale, the ticket company will be fined €12,000 every time it occurs.

Dates and Shows for Eurovision 2019

  • 13th May 2019 at 22:00 – Semi Final 1 (Jury Show)
  • 14th May 2019 at 16:00 – Semi Final 1 (Family Show)
  • 14th May 2019 at 22:00 – Semi Final 1 (Live Show)
  • 15th May 2019 at 22:00 – Semi Final 2 (Jury Show)
  • 16th May 2019 at 16:00 – Semi Final 2 (Family Show)
  • 16th May 2019 at 22:00 – Semi Final 2 (Live Show)
  • 17th May 2019 at 22:00 Grand Final (Jury Show)
  • 18th May 2019 at 16:00 Grand Final (Family Show)
  • 18th May 2019 at 22:00 Grand Final  (Live Show)

Will you be one of the fans trying to get a ticket for one of the shows next year?. Let us know in the comments section below or at social media @ESCXTRA

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Gary mooney
Gary mooney
2 years ago

How and when can I get tickets for the Eurovision final ?

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