Eurovision 2019: On December 12 the release of the 1st set of tickets

New details about Eurovision 2020 organising  has revealed  today, with EBU informing Eurofans about the details of the contest tickets. The first of three waves of tickets for the 65th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest will begin on Thursday, December 12th, 12:00 pm CET. The 2nd and 3rd wave will take place in late January and mid March respectively. Exact dates are expected to be announced at later time.

Types of tickets
-Standing positions (within the arena)
-Seats (1st and 2nd level)
-‘Limited View Positions
-Seats for people with reduced mobility and their attendants

Ticket prices
The 9 shows for which tickets are scheduled are the following:

-11/05/2020 – 1st Semifinal – Jury Show (21:00 CET)
-12/05 / 2020– 1st Semifinal – Family Show (15:00 CET)
-12/05/2020 – Semi-final 1 – Live Show (21:00 CET)
-13/05/2020 – 2nd Semifinal – Jury Show (21:00 CET)
-14/05/2020 – 2nd Semifinal – Family Show (15:00 CET)
-14/05/2020 – Semi-final 2 – Live show (21:00 CET)
-15/05/2020 – Grand Final – Jury Show (21:00 CET)
-16/05/2020 – Grand Final – Family Show (15:00 CET)
-16/05/2020 – Grand Final – Live Show (21:00 CET)

Ticket prices are listed in the following two tables and range between € 18.50 and € 248.50:


Grand Final

Disposal information

When tickets go on sale, interested shoppers will have to wait in line at random in the waiting list. Those who will visit the site after the 12pm,the release time, will be automatically placed at the end of the waiting list. Each person is entitled to receive up to 4 tickets, for which he / she must provide details of their owners. The details will be disclosed as relevant inspections are expected at the venue in order to avoid black market ticketing.

EBU recommends that tickets be purchased through their official distribution providers, Paylogic and TicketSwap.

The ESC 2020 venue, Rotterdam Ahoy, has a capacity of about 15,000 spectators, but that number will surely decrease as the construction of the stage and the Green Room reduce the total arena capacity. The exact number of tickets to be released has not yet been determined, as it will depend on how much space they will occupy and will require the final release of the stage and the Green Room.

The Eurovision 2020 song contest is scheduled for May 12, 14 and 16 in Rotterdam Ahoy, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.



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