As we previously reported, Eurovision 2015 tickets go on sale on Oeticket.com at 9:00am CET on December 15! That’s Monday. That means you need to spend your weekend drawing your battle plan and familiarizing yourself with the seating plan, sections and prices so you can focus your search on Monday morning. We’ve visisted Oeticket and here’s what we dug up.

What seats will you be going for? Let us know in the comments section below.

Wiener Stadthalle: Eurovision seating plan

eurovision 2015 tickets seats

Eurovision 2015: Tickets and prices

Family-Show Semifinale 1, 19. Mai (15.00 CET)
Family-Show Semifinale 2, 21. Mai (15.00 CET)

Sitzplatz Kat. Gold: € 69
Sitzplatz Kat. A: € 49
Sitzplatz Kat. B: € 29
Stehplatz: € 29
Sitzplatz Kat. C: € 18
Sitzplatz Kat. D: € 14 (sichteingeschränkt)

Tickets for the first semi-final jury show, 18. Mai (21.00 CET)
Tickets for the second semi-final jury show, 20. Mai (21.00 CET)
Family-Show Finale, 23. Mai (13.00 CET)

Sitzplatz Kat. Gold: € 99
Sitzplatz Kat. A: € 69
Sitzplatz Kat. B: € 49
Stehplatz: € 49
Sitzplatz Kat. C: € 29
Sitzplatz Kat. D: € 18 (sichteingeschränkt)

Tickets for the first semi-final , 19. Mai (21.00 CET)
Tickets for the second semi-final, 21. Mai (21.00 CET)

Sitzplatz Kat. Gold: € 150
Sitzplatz Kat. A: € 120
Sitzplatz Kat. B: € 99
Stehplatz: € 99
Sitzplatz Kat. C: € 59
Sitzplatz Kat. D: € 28 (sichteingeschränkt)

Tickets for the jury final, 22. Mai (21.00 CET)

Sitzplatz Kat. Gold: € 120
Sitzplatz Kat. A: € 99
Sitzplatz Kat. B: € 79
Stehplatz: € 79
Sitzplatz Kat. C: € 49
Sitzplatz Kat. D: € 18 (sichteingeschränkt)

Tickets for the grand final, 23. Mai (21.00 CET)

Sitzplatz Kat. Gold: € 390
Sitzplatz Kat. A: € 290
Sitzplatz Kat. B: € 220
Stehplatz: € 220
Sitzplatz Kat. C: € 98
Sitzplatz Kat. D: € 42 (sichteingeschränkt)

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Paul
Paul
6 years ago

I had the same problem as last year unable to get thru and i have just purchased tickets via viagogo as last year you will pay thru the nose but at least you will get a ticket Matuesz. When i went in 1998 Birmingham UK they had a ballot and if people are then not able to go who are lucky enough to be drawn out they go to the next person the waiting list. Very civilised but perhaps just too easy,

mateusz
mateusz
6 years ago

let me add that i’m actually trying to buy just ONE ticket but there are still no seats available together !!!

mateusz
mateusz
6 years ago

a JOKE !!! I’ve been trying to get tickets since 9am !!! i either have to wait in the queue or there are not 2 tickets available together (even the standing ones !!! how come??), or there’s another problem on the way !!!
I’ve already booked flights and accommodation in vienna and it looks like i will be there with no tickets !!!
What a horrible website !!

Dar
Dar
6 years ago

yet again couldnt get tickets.. did anyone else have any luck

Val Bess
Val Bess
6 years ago

Hoping to get standing tickets – don’t care how much it costs or standing on my feet for long — just the feel of Eurovision crowd, all tight and cozy is a must! 🙂

Judith
Judith
6 years ago

Why are they not using the Eastern part of the hall?

Oh, of course, commentators and stuff.

Paul
Paul
6 years ago

I’m sorry but whoever I will see at the Grand Final standing has to be quite stupid. I mean 220 euro !! -.- I don’t think the price includes a limo, all you can eat buffet…. It’s too expensive.

Pastora Soler haha!
Pastora Soler haha!
6 years ago

€ 390 !!! xDD, maybe if you live in Norway is not expensive… but think about Eastern Europe

Henk Jan
Henk Jan
6 years ago

Oh man, those prices. Why, why ayayay? Why ay ay ay? What would you choose? B, C or D- categorie tix?

Paul
Paul
6 years ago

You can phone to get tickets, however unless you are fluent in Austrian/German you have no chance with the automated messages, I also had this problem last year when it was all in Danish.

jr esc nl
jr esc nl
6 years ago

o you were a few seconds earlier sorry:)

jr esc nl
jr esc nl
6 years ago

day one it’s bigger than b and w hallerne last year so i think it will be much better than malmo

Oostenrijk
Oostenrijk
6 years ago

@Day one: The venue is bigger than Malmö or Copenhagen, it’s roughly bigger than Hartwall Arena (2007).

Day one
Day one
6 years ago

The venue is kind of small so I can imagine the stage being like Malmo or JESC2014.

David Thielen
6 years ago

@SpirK – it is. You talk with everyone around you before it starts and everyone is charged up and wishing the best for every act. I’ve met a lot of really nice people there.

SpirK
SpirK
6 years ago

If I ever had a chance of attending Eurovision, I’d definitely be on the standing part. The Eurovision feeling there must be enormous!

Yudhistira Mahasena
6 years ago

I wish I still have time to watch Eurovision next year, because it takes place a week after I finish the National Exam.

Oostenrijk
Oostenrijk
6 years ago

I’ll spread my precious ass cheeks on a golden seat of course

David Thielen
6 years ago

I’ll be in the standing part – waving a Colorado flag.