Mark your calendars, set a reminder, and get ready to buy your tickets. Eurovision in Concert 2023 returns to Amsterdam’s AFAS Live on April 15, 2023. Tickets go on sale this Friday, October 14.

Eurovision in Concert 2023: Tickets and Dates

Tickets for Eurovision in Concert 2023 will be available through Ticketmaster.

The FAQ section of the Ticketmaster web site says that ticket prices will start from 59.50 euros, though it doesn’t say how high they will climb.

According to organizers, there will be 3 different types of tickets: Early entry (standing), standing tickets and seated tickets.

Doors open: 18.30 

Support acts: 19.30 

Start concert: 20.00 

End of the show: around 23.00 

Eurovision In Concert is a must-see event for fans and bookmakers and an excellent opportunity to take a good look at the competitors. It’s often the first time acts perform their songs live and it can really set the pace for their Eurovision season.

The most recent edition of the event saw 27 acts from Eurovision 2022 performing their tracks live in front of thousands of screaming Eurovision fans. 

There are often guest performances by well-known former participants. Last year Eurovision 2012 winner Loreen stopped by to slay the house down.

Will you be attending Eurovision in Concert 2023? Have you attended in past years and did you love it as much as we did? Let us know in the comment section down below!

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Pauly
Pauly
1 month ago

Interesting but the Amsterdam party is notorious for having sound issues. Didn’t Ronela get angry after her performance?

musica
musica
1 month ago
Reply to  Pauly

Her Eurovision performance, on the other hand, was a resounding success.

Clemens
Clemens
1 month ago

Tickets are way higher than before, too bad! €79,50 / €68,50 / €59,50

Nadja
Nadja
1 month ago

Hopefully the ESC fans organizing this understand that anyone from RUS, BEL or AZE shouldn’t be present, as these countries have been active supporters of war as well as doing war crimes, not to mention starting them.

Let’s not wash our hands with blood, just to get one more artist to promote their country as a friendly nation.

Karl
Karl
1 month ago
Reply to  Nadja

The people of a country are not the same as the government of a country. Drop your racism!

And if you weren’t a hypocrite, there would be other countries on your list.

Jamie
Jamie
1 month ago
Reply to  Karl

Please google what racism means. Europe is literally 99% white. Racist towards what? White crackers?

James
James
1 month ago
Reply to  Nadja

Unless of course they left their respective countries as refugees. E.g. Naviband.

Nadja
Nadja
1 month ago
Reply to  James

Exactly.