Eurovision 2020

First wave of Eurovision 2020 tickets on sale NOW!

Will you get lucky in the first wave of tickets?

The Eurovision hunger games has just started: the first wave of ticket sales for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 has just gone live. The ticket sales will begin at 12:00 CEST via for International Visitors and for Dutch visitors. It is strongly advised that you purchase your Eurovision tickets through Paylogic.

Those who visit the Paylogic page on 12 December before 12:00 (midday) CET will be allocated a random spot in the waiting queue by the system. Visitors who open the link after 12:00 CET will join at the end of the queue.

If you are unable to grab a ticket in the first wave, no fear! As well as two additional waves of ticket sales in late January and mid-March, for the first time the contest has partnered with Ticketswap for reselling spare/unwanted tickets. This is a great move to protect fans from the likes of ticket touts and excessive prices.

What shows will be available

You will be able to purchase tickets for the following shows:

First Semi-Final

  • Jury show: Monday 11 May at 21:00 CEST
  • Family show: Tuesday 12 May at 15:00 CEST
  • Live show: Tuesday 12 May at 21:00 CEST

Second Semi-Final

  • Jury show: Wednesday 13 May at 21:00 CEST
  • Family show: Thursday 14 May at 15:00 CEST
  • Live show: Thursday 14 May at 21:00 CEST

Grand Final

  • Jury show: Friday 15 May at 21:00 CEST
  • Family show: Saturday 16 May at 13:30 CEST
  • Live show: Saturday 16 May at 21:00 CEST

How much will tickets cost?

The tickets differ between the two semis and the final, with the latter being slightly more expensive. The price matrix for the semi-finals are as follows:

Meanwhile, the pricing structure for the final is:

Notably, standing tickets are seemingly absent. While some have been reserved for OGAE packages, tickets for the arena floor will not be released until the organisers know the exact details of staging/camera angles in order to calculate how many people can viably be in the standing areas.

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