Set your alarms and get ready for battle: Eurovision tickets will be going on sale tonight at 19:00 CET. In a press release published by the EBU this morning, the EBU explained how the process will work and gave a brief reminder of ticket prices.
And by brief we mean very brief: they only state that the cheapest tickets start at 300 shekels. Without more information to work with, we are sharing the chart of prices from our earlier tickets post. It’s based on prices reported by the Israeli media.
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The #eurovision 2019 ticket prices have been revealed. The least expensive ticket available is a semi-final rehearsal hall seat, coming in at €85. At the other end, prime seats for the grand final will cost an eye-watering €414. _____ #daretodream #eurovision2019 #eurovisionsongcontest
Eurovision Ticket Sales: Press release
“The EBU and KAN are delighted to announce that tickets for Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Tel Aviv will go on sale today, Thursday 28 February at 19:00 CET.”
“Tickets for all shows will be available to purchase through the Eurovision Song Contest 2019’s official ticketing company Leaan.”
“Tickets for Eurovision Song Contest 2019 will be priced at various levels starting at 300 Shekels.”
“For Eurovision Song Contest 2019, the EBU is working with consumer federation, Ticket Check. The Ticket Check logo is a guarantee that you are on the official ticketing website.”
“It’s worth remembering that the most expensive tickets, the VIP seating area in the Green Room, will be located in Pavilion 1, in a separate building from the arena. Pavilion 1 is where the artists will be sat after their performances, watching the show and awaiting the voting results.”
With Tel Aviv’s arena being among the smallest Eurovision has seen in recent years, the battle for tickets is set to be fierce. Are you ready? May the odds be ever in your favour.