A second wave of tickets for Eurovision 2022 will go on sale on Thursday 28th April at 10:00 CET.
Tickets will be available to buy for a total of 9 shows, and can be purchased via TicketOne.
- Semi final 1 – family show, jury show and live show
- Semi final 2 – family show, jury show and live show
- Grand final – family show, jury show and live show
Ticket prices range from 20 euros for a seat with limited visibility in the jury and family shows, to up to 350 euros for a seat in Ring 1 for the live grand final. A full breakdown of the prices for each type of ticket, for each of the nine shows, can be found here.
Rules and regulations
Each person will be able to purchase a maximum of four tickets. When buying tickets, you can chose to have either:
- An E-ticket with a QR code that must be downloaded,
- A physical ticket that will be sent to your address via an express courier
- A printable PDF ticket
Each ticket will be individual to you, and you will need to provide your first name and surname, date of birth, nationality, and ID card / passport number.
Only one name change per ticktet is permitted, and must be done via the same site where the ticket was originally purchased between 10:00 CET on Monday 2nd May and 18:00 CET on Thursday 5th May.
If you are unable to use your ticket, you can re-sell it between 10:00 CET on Thursday 14th April and 18:00 CET on Thursday May 5th. All re-sales must be done through FanSale.it. Re-selling tickets on other sites is strictly prohibited.
Entrance to the Eurovision 2022 shows at Pala Alpitour are free of charge for persons with motor impairments and those in wheelchairs. Their accompanying guest, who must be 18 years old or over will also get in for free of charge with them.
Have you brought your ticket for any of the Eurovision 2022 shows yet? Will you try to buy a ticket on April 28th? Let us know in the comments below!