For the first time, it has been decided that access to the Eurovision Village to watch the Grand Final will not be free of charge, in order to manage the number of viewers.
It has been announced that a ticket to watch the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 Grand Final live on the Liverpool waterfront will cost £15.
On all other days that the Eurovision Village is open, from 5 to 12 May, access will be free of charge and ticket-free. More details will be announced in mid-April.
Full details of the official 9 day/night #Eurovision Village programme will be announced soon and it’s going to be massive! 🎉
✨5-12 May – Free, non-ticketed
✨13 May – £15 Grand Final Ticket, live music performances & some very special guests!
More info coming mid-April! 👀 pic.twitter.com/nN9L30ktz8
— VisitLiverpool (@VisitLiverpool) March 31, 2023
The Eurovision Village will be located in Pier Head, a district close to the arena and the city centre, and will have a capacity of 25,000 people, who will watch the contest live on the iconic Mersey River waterfront. Pier Head was the departure point for Trans-Oceanic liners to cities such as Boston, New York and Cape Town.
Stay tuned to Eurovisionfun for all the latest developments!
Source: Visit Liverpool