It has been confirmed that the official Euroclub for Eurovision 2023 will be held in Camp and Furnace.
Organisation Générale des Amateurs de l’Eurovision (OGAE), which is made up of 42 fan clubs from across the world, will be hosting the official Euroclub in Liverpool next May at Camp and Furnace.
Euroclub will be open for 9 nights between Friday May 5th and Saturday May 13th, 2023. Tickets will go on sale in early 2023, and will include daily and weekly passes. A pre-general sale allocation will be available for OGAE members via the official OGAE website.
The Camp and Furnace will also play host to special events and gatherings throughout these 9 days, which will celebrate all the competing countries of Eurovision 2023.
Liverpool’s Assistant Mayor and Cabinet Member for Culture and Visitor Economy, Councillor Harry Doyle, has weighed in on Camp and Furnace being chosen as the official Euroclub venue of Eurovision 2023:
“The EuroClub is renowned as the official party venue for all things Eurovision and it’s great it is taking over such a fantastic city centre venue.
It will form a key part of Liverpool’s host city offer, complementing the fan village and all the other exciting Eurovision activity we hope to see businesses and organisations stage across the region.
Plans are really gathering momentum and we know fans are desperate to be part of the city’s Eurovision experience, so the EuroClub is another exciting marker in our journey and we’re sure tickets will prove massively popular when they go on sale in the new year.”
Simon Bennett, president of OGAE International and Vaughan Staples, OGAE Vice President, have shared their excitement of Euroclub returning for the first time since 2019:
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