Eurovision Tickets: Price, Venue & More

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Liverpool is finally going to host the Eurovision in 2023. Ukraine is unable to host due to the conflict. The Eurovision will take place in M&S Bank Arena.

Eurovision is coming to the UK and excitement could barely be greater. Liverpool will host the music extravaganza after being announced as the winner on Friday night.

It is the first time since 1998 the song contest will come to Britain. The country has stepped in to host on behalf of Ukraine, last year's winners, who cannot put on the showpiece due to the Russian invasion.

Mykola Chernotytskyi, head of the managing board of the broadcaster, said in a statement: "The 2023 Eurovision Song Contest will not be in Ukraine but in support of Ukraine. We are grateful to our BBC partners for showing solidarity with us."

UK fans of Eurovision will be wondering how they can get their hands on tickets, as its the first time they can attend the show without having to travel internationally since 1998.

Speaking on BBC Breakfast on Tuesday morning, presenter Sally Nugent teased an upcoming update from the BBC. She told viewers: "Later on today we are expecting an update from the BBC” - but she did not provide any further information on what might be announced.

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How To Get Eurovision Tickets?

The details that people are wondering about are not yet revealed. But we expect it will reveal asap.

However, we can still speculate around what period of 2023 the tickets will go on sale, giving fans time to prepare and reserve their seats at the song contest. Tickets for the Eurovision 2022 song contest, held in Turin in Italy, went on sale on Thursday, April 7, at 9 am British time. However, in previous years, tickets have gone on sale as early as November and December the previous year.

How much do Eurovision tickets cost?

During Eurovision 2022, tickets ranged from as cheap as €20 euros all the way up to €350, depending on which show you attended and where you sat.

For example, tickets for the first semi-final rehearsal show were priced between €20 for restricted view seats and €100 for the best seats. For the grand final, you could be looking at €350 for the best seats, or €150 for the cheapest ones.

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