How much are Eurovision tickets? Price, dates and where to buy them

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A long shot of the Eurovision song contest final with all performers on stage
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It's just a few more hours until they go on sale - but how much are Eurovision tickets? We reveal all.

Excitement has been building for the beloved song contest ever since England were announced as hosts of Eurovision 2023, back in July 2022. After a tense battle between cities, Liverpool was announced as the chosen destination to hold the international event  - and all the sparkles, lycra, drama and obscurity that comes with the very best and worst Eurovision acts.

With Eurovision now just mere months away, anticipation has been building for further details - including who the Eurovision presenters are and who is Mae Muller, the UK Eurovision entry - with others wanting to know why Australia is in Eurovision. Everyone wants to get their hands on tickets to the events, so we've compiled a guide to help you secure them - sharing details of cost, ticket options, show dates and more.

How much are Eurovision tickets?

Eurovision ticket prices start from £30 and vary depending on which show you are attending. Tickets to the Semi-FInal shows range from £30 to £290, whilst tickets to the Grand Final shows starting from £80 and going up to £380.

Those purchasing Eurovision tickets will also be subjected to a £2.95 transaction fee per order - which is on top of the original ticket price. Eurovision tickets go on general sale at midday on Tuesday 12 March. Tickets can only be purchased via Ticketmaster

You'll need to have a valid Ticketmaster UK account to purchase tickets, so make sure you have signed up to one before tickets go on sale next week.

There's no presale for Eurovision tickets, so it'll be every man for himself when tickets are released on Tuesday.

Ticket options include standing, seating, accessible seating and hospitality packages. All shows are being held in Liverpool's M&S Bank Arena. All shows are being held in Liverpool's M&S Bank Arena.

Eurovision ticket dates 2023

  • Monday 8 May at 8pm - Semi Final 1 (Evening Preview)
  • Tuesday 9 May at 1.30pm - Semi Final 1 (Afternoon Preview) 
  • Tuesday 9 May at 8pm - Semi Final 1 (LIVE SHOW)
  • Wednesday 10 May at 8pm - Semi Final 2 (Evening Preview)
  • Thursday 11 May at 1.30pm - Semi Final 2 (Afternoon Preview)
  • Thursday 11 May at 8pm - Semi Final 2 (LIVE SHOW)
  • Friday 12 May at 8pm - Grand Final (Evening Preview)
  • Saturday 13 May at 1pm - Grand Final (Afternoon Preview)
  • Saturday 13 May at 8pm - Grand Final (LIVE SHOW)

There are nine show dates which Eurovision fans can apply for - which include six previews and three live televised shows. Those wanting tickets for the three televised live shows (Semi-Final 1, Semi-Final 2 and the Grand Final) can buy up to four tickets. Those applying for tickets for the preview shows have a ticket limit of 6 per order. 

Please note, if you try to book more tickets in multiple orders (using the same bank and address details), your order may be cancelled.

Eurovision tickets - extra details

There is no minimum age limit for attending one of the Eurovision Song Contest shows. However under 16-year-olds will need to be accompanied by an adult aged 18+. Children under 14 will not be permitted in the standing area. Children aged 1 or younger will not require their own ticket.

The venue is asking that ticketholders avoid bringing bags to the shows. If you do however need to bring a bag, it cannot be larger than A4 (210 x 297mm) in size. To 

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