Exactly one month from now, the 21st Junior Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Nice, France. After Lissandro’s win with “Oh Maman!” in Yerevan, France Télévisions is hosting the contest in Palais Nikaïa.
Excluding Ireland, 15 out of 16 competing songs are already out and the public televisions decided to commence the ticket selling for the contest.
The tickets for the Grand Final, started selling today at 12:00 CET, directly from the website of Palais Nikaïa, and they cost 15€ seated and 20€ standing (including taxes)
The official website of the contest, strongly suggests that you only buy tickets from the authorised seller.
The 21st Junior Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Nice, France, on the 26th of November, following Lissandro’s win last year in Yerevan.
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