Tickets for the nine shows (the three Live Shows, three Jury Finals, and three Family Shows) will go on sale Thursday, April 7th via TicketOne. Details of the sale will be announced soon. Earlier it was revealed that the host broadcaster Rai hopes for at least 65% audience capacity for Eurovision 2022.
After Måneskin won the contest last year, the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 will take place at the PalaOlimpico in Turin, Italy. The 2022 contest will be hosted by Mika, Laura Pausini and Alessandro Cattelan. 40 countries will compete in this year’s contest with the first semi-final taking place on May 10th.
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