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Eurovision 2022 tickets: everything you need to know!

It was already announced that the tickets for the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 would go on sale on April 7th, but the EBU has just shared all the necessary information on their website! This includes prices, where to buy the tickets, and the terms and conditions.

How to get the tickets

Get ready on April 7th at 10:00 CET. That’s when you will (hopefully) be able to purchase tickets to attend Eurovision in Turin! The tickets can be purchased TicketOne, and there’s an opportunity for fans to pre-register to save time. People can buy up to 4 tickets for an individual show. These tickets are either print at home tickets, E-tickets, or Express Courier. The last one means that the tickets will be shipped to your address.

Tickets are individual and your name will be on them. If you are unable to attend after already purchasing a ticket, one name change per ticket is possible, but it has to be done between May 2nd 10:00, and May 5th, 18:00. Resale is only allowed on the website FanSale.it from Thursday 14 April, 10:00 CEST until Thursday 5 May, 18:00 CEST. Resale on any other site is explicitly prohibited.

Seats and prices

The most important part of the information is, of course, what will the tickets cost? As usual, Eurovision week is divided between the Jury Show, Family Show, and Live Show. The Jury Show is the full show the night before the Live Show, where acts will perform their song for the international jurors. The Family Show is the full show that takes place in the afternoon before the Live Show, which serves as a final rehearsal. The Live Shows speak for themselves, of course.

The prices for attending the shows are as follows:

First Semi-Final

Jury Show – Monday 9 May, 21:00 CEST

  • RING 1 – cat 1: €100
  • RING 1 – cat 2: €70
  • RING 2 – cat 1: €50
  • RING 2 – cat 2: €30
  • RING 1 – Reduced Visibility: €20
  • Audio Seat: €10

Family Show – Tuesday 10 May, 15:00 CEST

  • RING 1 – cat 1: €100
  • RING 1 – cat 2: €70
  • RING 2 – cat 1: €50
  • RING 2 – cat 2: €30
  • RING 1 – Reduced Visibility: €20
  • Audio Seat: €10

Live TV Show – Tuesday 10 May, 21:00 CEST

  • RING 1 – cat 1: €250
  • RING 1 – cat 2: €200
  • RING 2 – cat 1: €150
  • RING 2 – cat 2: €100
  • RING 1 – Reduced Visibility: €80
  • Audio Seat: €50

Second Semi-Final

Jury Show – Wednesday 11 May, 21:00 CEST

  • RING 1 – cat 1: €100
  • RING 1 – cat 2: €70
  • RING 2 – cat 1: €50
  • RING 2 – cat 2: €30
  • RING 1 – Reduced Visibility: €20
  • Audio Seat: €10

Family Show – Thursday 12 May, 15:00 CEST

  • RING 1 – cat 1: €100
  • RING 1 – cat 2: €70
  • RING 2 – cat 1: €50
  • RING 2 – cat 2: €30
  • RING 1 – Reduced Visibility: €20
  • Audio Seat: €10

Live TV Show – Thursday 12 May, 21:00 CEST

  • RING 1 – cat 1: €250
  • RING 1 – cat 2: €200
  • RING 2 – cat 1: €150
  • RING 2 – cat 2: €100
  • RING 1 – Reduced Visibility: €80
  • Audio Seat: €50

Grand Final

Jury Show – Friday 13 May, 21:00 CEST

  • RING 1 – cat 1: €150
  • RING 1 – cat 2: €100
  • RING 2 – cat 1: €70
  • RING 2 – cat 2: €50
  • RING 1 – Reduced Visibility: €40
  • Audio Seat: €20

Family Show – Saturday 14 May, 13:30 CEST

  • RING 1 – cat 1: €150
  • RING 1 – cat 2: €100
  • RING 2 – cat 1: €70
  • RING 2 – cat 2: €50
  • RING 1 – Reduced Visibility: €40
  • Audio Seat: €20

Live TV Show – Saturday 14 May, 21:00 CEST

  • RING 1 – cat 1: €350
  • RING 1 – cat 2: €300
  • RING 2 – cat 1: €250
  • RING 2 – cat 2: €200
  • RING 1 – Reduced Visibility: €150
  • Audio Seat: €100

Tickets for people with access needs

People with motor impairments and wheelchair users can enter free of charge, but need an accompanying guest who is over 18 years old. Applications must be made by email ([email protected]), letting the team know the person’s first name, last name, the event they’d like to attend, their contact number/email address, and certificate of disability or equivalent (obscuring any sensitive data).

COVID-19

The entrance with regards to COVID-19 will depend on the regulations that are in Italy at the time of the contest. It is advised that people arrive 30-120 minutes before the start of each event, but there is currently no info regarding testing or QR-codes.

Are you planning to get tickets to the Eurovision Song Contest 2022? Let us know! Be sure to stay updated by following @ESCXTRA on Twitter@escxtra on Instagram and liking our Facebook page for the latest updates. Also, make sure you follow us on Spotify for the latest music from your favourite Eurovision acts and YouTube to see our reactions to the news in the run-up to the 2022 contest in Turin!

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Bente van Leijden

I have watched Eurovision every year since 2009, and have become actively involved in the fan culture since 2016! My favourite genre in Eurovision tends to be rock, but I am not opposed to pop songs or ballads at all. If the song is good, I will like it :) As an Amsterdam native, I am very lucky to visit Eurovision in Concert each year. In 2021, I was even lucky enough to attend 5 Eurovision shows in Rotterdam!

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