Save the date! Eurovision 2023 tickets go on sale March 7th

March 2, 2023


Tickets for Eurovision 2023 will go on sale on March 7th at 13:00 CET.

It has been announced that tickets for all nine shows of Eurovision 2023 will be going on sale on Tuesday, 7th March at 13:00 CET.

Tickets will be available via Ticketmaster UK only, and you must have a Ticketmaster UK account in order to purchase tickets. You can create an account from any country.

Ticket prices range from £30 to £290 for the two semi finals, and from £80 to £380 for the grand final.

Eurovision 2023: nine shows

There are a total of nine shows which fans can try to purchase tickets for, with a mix of live shows and rehearsal shows. These are the nine shows for Eurovision 2023, their dates and times.

  • Monday 8th May – semi final 1 evening preview show – 20:00 GMT
  • Tuesday 9th May – semi final 1 family show – 13:30 GMT
  • Tuesday 9th May – semi final 1 live show – 20:00 GMT
  • Wednesday 10th May – semi final 2 evening preview show – 20:00 GMT
  • Thursday 11th May – semi final 2 family show – 13:00 GMT
  • Thursday 11th May – semi final 2 live show – 20:00 GMT
  • Friday 12th May – grand final jury show – 20:00 GMT
  • Saturday 13th May – grand final family show – 13:30 GMT
  • Saturday 13th May – grand final live sh0w – 20:00 GMT

Unlike in previous years, there will be no jury shows for the semi finals, as they are now televote only. However, there will still be a show the evening before the live semi finals, which will act as a rehearsal for the acts and presenters.

Last week, it was announced that the government of the United Kingdom would be making around 3,000 tickets available for Ukrainians who have been forced from their homes and are currently living in the United Kingdom.

Eurovision 2023 returns to the United Kingdom this year for the first time since 1998, after 2022 winners Ukraine were unable to safely hold the contest in their country. A total of 37 countries will be participating in the 67th edition of the contest.

As was confirmed just last week, Alesha Dixon, Graham Norton, Hannah Waddingham and Julia Sanina will be the four main hosts of Eurovision 2023. They will be joined by Claire Sweeney, Mel Giedroyc, Rylan, Sam Quek, Scott Mills and Timur Miroshnychenko.

Will you try to get tickets for Eurovision 2023? Which of the nine shows would you like to see in the arena the most? Let us know in the comments below!

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