Celebrate Diversity Eurovision 2017 Tickets Sales

On 14 February, thousands of Eurofans spent the most romantic night of the year glued to their computer screens, in the hopes of securing tickets for Eurovision 2017 in Kyiv.

Sales were brisk, and the first batch was gone within the hour.

For those who missed out, fear not. There’s now a second opportunity to get Eurovision 2017 tickets.

Starting today, the EBU and the contest’s official ticketing partner Concert.ua will release further waves of tickets over the next seven days.

You’ll have a chance to buy tickets for both semi-finals on May 9 and 11, all three jury shows and all three third rehearsal shows. Unfortunately, tickets for the 13 May grand final don’t appear to be up for grabs.

But, we should point out that the dress rehearsals are a fantastic opportunity to see the show and experience the atmosphere, if you’re not ready to splash out on pricier tickets to the live shows. Don’t believe us? Check out our rehearsal footage below.

Eurovision 2017 tickets sale schedule

The dates for the next wave of releases are listed below. Show times are local, sales times are in CET.

  • Tuesday 21st February at 12:00 (CET)
    • Grand Final: Third Rehearsal (13th May)
    • Grand Final: Jury Show (12th May)
  • Thursday 23rd February at 12:00 (CET)
    • Semi Final One: LIVE BROADCAST (9th May)
    • Semi-Final Two: LIVE BROADCAST (11th May)
    • Semi-Final Two: Third Rehearsal (11th May)
  • Thursday 23rd February at 12:30 (CET)
    • Semi Final One: Third Rehearsal (9th May)
  • Monday 27th February at 12:00 CET
    • Semi Final One: Jury Show (8th May)
  • Monday 27th February at 12:30 CET
    • Semi Final Two: Jury Show (10th May)

Win a trip for two to Ukraine in the wiwibloggs app competition

No tickets to Eurovision 2017? No problem! No flights and no hotel room? That’s no problem either!

The team from wiwibloggs, together with our app developers BeePost, are ready to make euro-dreams come true for one of our deserving readers (and a friend of his or her choosing). We’ve saved up our spare change and are giving away a trip for two to the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Ukraine. That’s round-trip airfare, that’s two nights in a hotel and that’s tickets to the Eurovision grand final jury final (May 12) or the Eurovision grand final live show (May 13).

Find out all the details here.


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5 years ago

Well, I have already purchased my tickets for 5 shows, immediately after they went on sale – the 2 semis and the 3 events for the final (jury final, last dress rehearsal and the final itself). I wonder if it’s worth buying tickets for the dress rehearsals for the semis… I’m still thinking about that. Regarding the OGAE tickets (a subject that really annoys me, to be perfectly honest; I’m a huge Eurovision fan, and I don’t expect to receive any favors just for that… I had a dream that at least once in my life I would go to… Read more »

5 years ago


The departing organizing team has already been replaced with new ones and reportedly, preparations for the show are already back on track for a while now.

5 years ago

just buy the darn tickets, y’all. if the show’s cancelled i’m sure there will be a refund. ukraine is corrupt but not THAT corrupt.

5 years ago

Are we even sure this thing will happen? Half the production team just resigned and they apparently face major delays. Even the Economist wrote about it, “Why Ukraine’s Eurovision song contest is in crisis”: http://www.economist.com/blogs/economist-explains/2017/02/economist-explains-15

I wouldn’t put money on these tickets too early…

Tomas Patrick Davitt
Tomas Patrick Davitt
5 years ago

This whole ticketing process is a shambles – there’s still no news on the OGAE tickets that they reported they had managed to secure. We don’t even know if those tickets will be for the semis or final or even a package? Even if they do come out – the price of flights and hotels has gone up so much.

It’s sad that its gotten to the point that I wish Australia or Russia had won last year instead of the wonderful Jamala. Let’s hope a less corrupt country wins Eurovison this year.