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Eurovision Tickets are going on sale

How can I buy tickets for the Eurovision Song Contest 2024 in Malmö, Sweden?

Tickets for the 68th Eurovision Song Contest in Malmö will go on sale at 10:00 CET on Tuesday 28 November, with prices starting at 145 SEK (Swedish Krona) – approximately €13.

If you haven’t bought tickets for a Eurovision Song Contest before: listen up! The Eurovision Song Contest isn’t just one Saturday night spectacular… it isn’t even just the three broadcast Semi-Finals and Grand Final… it’s actually 9 arena shows across the Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday of Eurovision week!

Tickets will be available for the nine Eurovision Song Contest arena shows from Ticketmaster.se – you can set up a Ticketmaster account now, regardless of the country you live in, so you’re ready for the on sale date.

The Arena Shows

First Semi-Final: 

  • Evening Preview: Monday 6 May (Jury Show)
  • Afternoon Preview: Tuesday 7 May (Family Show)
  • Live TV Show: Tuesday 7 May

Second Semi-Final: 

  • Evening Preview: Wednesday 8 May (Jury Show)
  • Afternoon Preview: Thursday 9 May (Family Show)
  • Live TV Show: Thursday 9 May

Grand Final: 

  • Evening Preview: Friday 10 May (Jury Show)
  • Afternoon Preview: Saturday 11 May (Family Show)
  • Live TV Show: Saturday 11 May

The Evening Preview (previously known as the ‘Jury Show’) is a full run through of the show that takes place the night before the televised version. It’s when the international juries cast their votes for the participants. Audiences can stay for a randomised version of the qualifier/points reveals, as the presenters rehearse for different scenarios.

The Afternoon Preview (previously known as the ‘Family Show’) is a full run through of the show that takes place earlier in the day of the Live TV Show; it serves as one final rehearsal for the artists and crew, and as the name suggests, it’s much more convenient for those who wish to bring younger Eurovision fans. Again, the Family Show features a randomly generated presentation of the qualifiers and points.

The Live TV Show is exactly that: a live television show. Audiences across Europe (and Australia) will get to cast their votes to add to the Jury scores. No randomisations this time – it’s all for real!

You can read more on Eurovision.tv

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