Photo: Corinne Cumming / EBU

In need of a perfect Christmas present idea? How about tickets to the 2024 Eurovision Song Contest.

Tickets for next year’s event in Malmö, Sweden, are set to go on sale from Tuesday 28 November.

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Eurovision 2024 ticket details

Sweden is wasting no time in giving fans the opportunity to snap up tickets for the contest next May. They will be on sale more than three months earlier than tickets were for Eurovision 2023.

The ticket sale is scheduled to begin at 10:00 CET (09:00 GMT) on Tuesday 28 November via ticketmaster.se. You will need a Ticketmaster account to purchase tickets, so it is advised that you create an account in advance of the release date.

Ebba Adielsson, Executive Producer for the Eurovision Song Contest 2024, said:

“It feels great to invite everyone to a Eurovision-week in Malmö in May. There are tickets available for purchase to nine shows and a lot of people will have the chance to see the show live at the arena. The tickets will be released on Tuesday, so it is an opportunity to purchase a memorable and unique Christmas present.”

The shows

First Semi-Final: 

  • Evening Preview: Monday 6 May (Jury Show)
  • Afternoon Preview: Tuesday 7 May (Family Show)
  • Live TV Show: Tuesday 7 May

Second Semi-Final: 

  • Evening Preview: Wednesday 8 May (Jury Show)
  • Afternoon Preview: Thursday 9 May (Family Show)
  • Live TV Show: Thursday 9 May

Grand Final: 

  • Evening Preview: Friday 10 May (Jury Show)
  • Afternoon Preview: Saturday 11 May (Family Show)
  • Live TV Show: Saturday 11 May

Ticket prices

  • First & Second Semi-Final – Evening Preview: 145-795 SEK (~€13-70)

  • First & Second Semi-Final – Afternoon Preview: 145-545 SEK (~€13-48)

  • First & Second Semi-Final – Live Show: 525-2395 SEK (~€46-210)

  • Grand Final – Evening Preview: 525-2395 SEK (~€46-210)

  • Grand Final – Afternoon Preview: 145-1385 SEK (~€13-121)

  • Grand Final – Live Show: 860-3795 SEK (~€75-332)

In addition to regular tickets, there will be a selection of VIP packages as well.

Are you hoping to buy Eurovision 2024 tickets? Which shows do you want to attend? Let us know in the comments below.

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Pauly
Pauly
3 months ago

So sad my gift card for ticketmaster UK won’t count for ticketmaster se but anyway………….. i am ready. everyone was surprised they got it so fast (which means stage design is ready).

so there will be no general sale for standing tickets as all of them will be given to fan clubs?

UNA SPARKLE
UNA SPARKLE
3 months ago

OT: Malta’s final 12 will apparently be revealed today in a live show!!

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
3 months ago
Reply to  UNA SPARKLE

I wonder if it will be a tough three person semifinal, or if there will be an uneven distribution of qualifiers

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
3 months ago
Reply to  BadWoolfGirl

Top three per semi final. I hate auto dictate.

Noam600
Noam600
3 months ago

Off topic: Pro-Israel man with an Israeli flag shouted “Bring the hostages back! Bring back my family!” got arrested by Australian police. It was on a “Pro-Pale-stine/Pro-Terror” Rally… I think this is a good news for WiWi readers that hate Israel. Another country that hate Israel..

Yuarith
Yuarith
3 months ago
Reply to  Noam600

Bruh, I’m all in for H4m4s to be wiped out off the face of Earth, but what the actual f**k does this have anything to do with the article!?

vetrina
vetrina
3 months ago

Why I can’t sign up to ticketmaster.se from France? Will I have access to ESC tickets if I sign up to the french page?

Pauly
Pauly
3 months ago
Reply to  vetrina

No, do not sign up to the FR page, they don’t sell the tickets there. Follow the instructions from eurovision.tv

You should only buy them from ticketmaster.se (the Swedish website) create an account or log in to your other ticketmaster account by requesting a new password.

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
3 months ago

On this day sixty years ago, Doctor Who aired its very first episode. I have made it no secret that I am a Doctor Who fan as well as a Eurovision fan (in fact, my username is a pun on an arc word in Doctor Who, Bad Wolf, and my surname Woolf), but what you guys don’t know is that despite being different television genres, Doctor Who and Eurovision actually have a lot in common. So on this day, I will tell you all about the surprising commonalities between the two programs. Longevity. Off the bat, both Doctor Who and… Read more »

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
3 months ago
Reply to  BadWoolfGirl

Oh, one more thing. There have been 18 occasions were Doctor Who aired on the same night as Eurovision. 1964: March 21 (Marco Polo ep 5) 1965: March 20 (the Web Planet ep 6) 1966: March 5 (the ark ep 1) 1967: April 8 (the faceless ones ep 1) 1968: April 6 (Fury From the Deep ep 4) 1969: March 29 (the space pirates ep 4) 1970: March 21 (the ambassadors of death ep 1) 1971: April 3 (the claws of Axis ep 4) 1972: March 25 (the sea devils ep 5) 1973: April 7 (planet of the Daleks ep… Read more »

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  BadWoolfGirl

7.. Catherine Tate

Happy anniversary!

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

8… Russell T. Davis featured a Eurovision song in a crucial storyline in one of his other dramas. A character in “Cucumber” watched the 1968 contest as a child. Spain’s Massiel won with La La La. The character absolutely hated the song, but for some reason, it got stuck in his head. Forever. Every time he showered, for the rest of his life, he would sing this song as he washed. Not by choice, it just poured out of him. Decades pass, and he is now all grown up. One unfortunate night, he is brutally murdered. As he lays dying,… Read more »

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Thank you, yes, Catherine Tate is connected with both, being this year‘s UK spokes person. There’s another thing I forgot to add. Doctor Who has expanded media, in books and audio drums, and there’s actually an audio drama called bang bang a boom that parodies Eurovision, at least as it was in the late 90s early 2000s (the title is a play on the 1969 UK entry boom bang a bang). You could actually listen to that audio on Spotify because the first 50 Doctor Who big finish audios are available plus a handful of others.

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  BadWoolfGirl

BadWoolfGirl… did you see the Dalek auditioning to be the UK act this year?

Graham Norton, Sam Ryder, and Lulu were the judges.

https://youtu.be/FfaHyDraS84?si=M6IjMN61N_8udHv0

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Yes, that was hilarious

Emilio
Emilio
3 months ago

I think it is shameful how you posted tens of articles on Russia and their possible exclusion from Eurovision 2022, but only one article on Israel. What is worst is that, for that only article, you disabled comments. Why was Russia’s participation open for discussion, but concerning Israel you literally prevented people from expressing their opinions? For the same reason, I am certain this comment will be censored…

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  Emilio

Israel taking part has not been confirmed or denied, nobody knows. Until we do, one way or the other, there is nothing to complain about. This of course suits the EBU which is why we have not gotten any confirmation list yet.

UNA SPARKLE
UNA SPARKLE
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Wiwibloggs should not be pressured or shamed into publishing articles on any topic.

Emilio
Emilio
3 months ago
Reply to  UNA SPARKLE

So, a blog on Eurovision should be expected to post on the potential exclusion of a country, taken into consideration the public discourse on the matter? And it is not fair to point out the double standard on the openness with which the Russian participation was questioned? Just say you, like maybe Wiwi, are uncomfortable discussing THAT topic, not ANY topic…

ESC Stan
ESC Stan
3 months ago
Reply to  Emilio

There are enough forums, such as Twitter/X, for that. I’m not saying it can’t be discussed here, but we should be able to have a safe space to just talk about the competition that we all love.

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  UNA SPARKLE

I agree, it is an editor’s choice. Readers are free to judge, though, fairly or unfairly.

UNA SPARKLE
UNA SPARKLE
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Ganz genau.

Emilio
Emilio
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

It not choices that are questions, but the reasons that motivate those choices. What leads a page about Eurovision to post on the heated discussion about Russia’s exclusion, but not on the heated discussion about Israel’s exclusion? And what leads to the censorship of comments? This blog is not new to xenophobic behaviours from users, in particular against Eastern Europeans. That has not blocked commenting in the past…

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  Emilio

Perception issues. It could just be a case of not wanting to open a huge can of worms. One that would be hard to moderate. Perhaps they deem it just not worth it. Perhaps they don’t have the time or staff to deal with this. Perhaps they think people come here for escapism from the real world. Whatever the reasons, I think it is fair to say that there was more consensus of opinion on Russia’s exit. I can understand Wiwi or the EBU just burying their head in the sand on this one and hoping it goes away as… Read more »

Emilio
Emilio
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

I did not comment on Israel’s participation, I commented on the lack of articles speculating on its participation. As if the topic is a taboo. Well before Russian exclusion was disclosed, Wiwibloggs had countless articles on the matter.

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  Emilio

Let’s try it here then. What do you think should happen?

Emilio
Emilio
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

I do not think Israel should be allowed in the Contest, and I do not think it will participate since the artists would likely (and unfairly) be targeted by the audience, especially in a city like Malmö. But again, my point was to flag the expected and hypocritical silence on the matter. Wau?

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  Emilio

I think the EBU should keep Israel out. Or to make it easier, Kan can just opt out themselves. Like you say, a precedent was set in 2022. It should be equal rules for all. That includes Azerbaijan. United By Music. What is that an argument for… who knows. P.S. I can also see the argument being made that the attack on Ukraine was completely unprovoked, whereas the actions in G a z a are self defence. Not saying I agree that what the I D F is doing is justified, but just that it is not clear cut, black… Read more »

Nancy G
Nancy G
3 months ago
Reply to  Emilio

The difference is that Russia was excluded within 48 hours of invading Ukraine….and after 9 broadcasters called for their ousting. So far none of the broadcasters that participate have asked Israel to withdraw and the EBU hasn’t said anything either…so…..

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
3 months ago
Reply to  Emilio

Oh, there were comments when that one israel Article was posted, but it got really ugly so that’s why the comment section got closed.

Tobias Andersen
Tobias Andersen
3 months ago

I tried all my life to get tickets (since Denmark won in 2000). It’s totally impossible for normal people to get a ticket.
I will probably try again this year

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago

Join OGAE and get preferential treatment!

UNA SPARKLE
UNA SPARKLE
3 months ago

Ashes to ashes again … live, sing, shine, get an article on wiwibloggs … leave a comment. Let the violins play!!

Frisian esc
3 months ago

These prices are really good! Much better than I anticipated. I’ve already got a booking in Copenhagen but I’m not yet certain if I will be able to attend because of a new job I’m starting with. Does anybody know if we will be able to resell the tickets via ticketmaster?

Denis
Denis
3 months ago
Reply to  Frisian esc

Yes Ticketmaster allows. But not until few weeks before the event

Whisker
Whisker
3 months ago

Ya, keep your tickets for yourself, eat them, drink them, chop them, inhale them, exhale them, run with them, play with them.

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago
Reply to  Whisker

Never change…. you’re perfect!

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
3 months ago

We don’t know participants, and yet they would sell us the tickets lol

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  Eurovision fan

We know it is the Eurovision Song Contest, and that is enough.

UNA SPARKLE
UNA SPARKLE
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

I misread the title. I thought it was mello LOL!! Will you go??

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  UNA SPARKLE

I have no plans to buy tickets as of now. I will decide for sure in the New Year, but probably not. I don’t REALLY want to go, I always think the best seat in the house is at home in front of the TV. I get no special thrill from seeing the acts in person. The only think that might make me by a ticket is FOMO.

UNA SPARKLE
UNA SPARKLE
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Same opinion.

FTD
FTD
3 months ago

Anyone else having issues creating a ticketmaster.se account? I am based in Brazil and the register/log in button won’t work for me 🙁

Frisian esc
3 months ago
Reply to  FTD

You don’t need to anymore! Last week ticketmaster has updated their system. All ticketmaster websites are linked from now on so that with a dutch or brazilian account etc. you can buy tickets for any global event on ticketmaster.

FTD
FTD
3 months ago
Reply to  Frisian esc

Awesome! Thank you for letting me know! Still, I am unable to log in… The button just don’t seem to work 🙁

Frisian esc
3 months ago
Reply to  FTD

The button doesn’t work on your Brazilian account? You can use that account and then find the eurovision song contest on there via the search balk. If you still can’t log in maybe another browser will do the trick.

Jake
Jake
3 months ago

Are they deliberately trying to sell tickets before the final list of participating broadcasters is revealed and controversy around that?

Frisian esc
3 months ago
Reply to  Jake

Apparently in 2016 they released the list of participating countries on the day of the ticket sale so it might just be the way svt prefers it. But I can definitely imagine that being a reason which they as organiseers are totally right for. Not gaining much attraction beforehand means more chance that only the big fans will attend and less risk on stage invaders or worse acquiring tickets.

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago

More expensive than in 2016, in 2016 it was 53/280 euros for the Grand Final which was already huge… next year it will be 75/332 euros for the Grand Final, very very expensive but still cheaper than last year at least which was with 2019 the most expensive tickets ever.
Great idea to sell the tickets before christmas for the christmas presents.

Now if you think of the budget, travel, hotel, food, extra and tickets, personally it’s impossible for me to go….

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago

Imagine somebody who goes there during 2 weeks and who will see the 3 live shows… the bill must be insane…

Yumaka
Yumaka
2 months ago

The costs of hosting the show have risen, so obviously the prices will be higher

Vincenzo
Vincenzo
3 months ago

No, I will not give money to SVT. When they will win fair and square the previous year, I will think about it.

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago
Reply to  Vincenzo

I trust more in SVT than in RAI to give us a great show at least…

Denis
Denis
3 months ago
Reply to  Vincenzo

Find it hilarious that grown adults refuse to move on and enyoy life but instead choose to stay grumpy over silly things. Stay grumpy, at least there will be more tickets left for us who wish to attend and have fun!
Out of curiousity, where you also this grumpy in 2022 when Ukraine won due to sympathy votes or was that a fair win? Did you also make a rant when Duncan Laurence won despite not wining any of the groups? Was it fair then?

Whisker
Whisker
3 months ago
Reply to  Vincenzo

100% and yes, “think” is the *key* word.

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  Whisker

There was no cheating in Liverpool. True, the contest has been Swedified to a degree, but there was nothing overtly rigged about this year’s result. The most popular song won. Time has proven this, and the televote is no indication of public sentiment. Only hardcore repeat voters who are upset that their OWN attempts at rigging did not work.

Guorga
Guorga
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Repeat voting is not rigging, it is clearly within the rules. And who says there weren’t 100s of people repeat voting for Loreen? Doesn’t she have passionate fans?

Do you also think Rosa Lynn should get the 2022 trophy? ‘Public sentiment’ is clearly with her 😉

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  Guorga

Juries voting differently to the public is also within the rules. In fact, it’s the whole point of having juries. You’re right in saying that repeat voting is allowed, I just think it is grossly unfair to accuse the juries of being “rigged” while at the same time not holding the televote to any standard whatsoever.

Guorga
Guorga
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

It is of course totally fine for the jury to vote differently to the televote (full disclosure: Spain was my favorite in 2023). But how can we hold the televote to any standards? The rules clearly say that a televoter can vote up to 20 times for whatever they like however questionable, and they can distribute these 20 votes in any way or use only a couple of their votes. Jurors are explicitly told to reward quality, originality etc. It is the rules themselves that hold the jurors to a higher standard. This is why I think Blanca Paloma was… Read more »

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  Guorga

Exactly, which is why it puzzles me as to why some people see the televote as somehow more legitimate than the jury. The opposite is true!

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

P.S. I completely agree that poor Blanca was underappreciated by both. The risk of being a slow burner.

Guorga
Guorga
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

The problem with the jury for me is that they systematically downvote ethnic songs or songs not in English regardless of quality. This may not be obvious taking one year in isolation, but over the last 10-15 years a pattern emerges :-(.

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  Guorga

Some reform in needed, for sure. Jurors should be provided with translations of lyrics and told to consider them too. Better mix of tastes on the panel. As diverse in all respects as possible.

UNA SPARKLE
UNA SPARKLE
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Juries receive criteria to use to judge by and the broadcasters must sign some sort of contract with rules or terms and conditions and whatnot.

Whereas the public is told they cannot vote for their own country and then they get the number of votes and some numbers. They’re not similar in any way.

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  UNA SPARKLE

They are not, which is what I’m saying… the only part we might disagree on is which is better.

UNA SPARKLE
UNA SPARKLE
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Fans and the public and the broadcasters may not need to worry. “SWEbu” could well introduce some changes regarding the voting. “Innovate” or whatever buzzword they’d like to use.

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  UNA SPARKLE

“Technical difficulties”?

UNA SPARKLE
UNA SPARKLE
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

“Sweden is the best at Eurovision, just watch and cry.”

Whisker
Whisker
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Yes, the imo years in the making imperfect “c r i m x”.

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  Whisker

The contest has been shaped by Melodifestivalen in recent years, absolutely. Over-reliance on staging. Style over substance. Pre-recorded backing vocals. Elaborate costuming etc. All of which Finland took full use of this year! It’s not like they were at ANY disadvantage.

Whisker
Whisker
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Käärijä, UMK, and the mighty Finns are way above and miles ahead of anything plastic mastic Melo has to offer, the latter being been the same old for years and years AND PLUS EXTRA with the benefit a cozy reliance on JURIES. This festival is a *PUBLIC* broadcasters event and the febu is Swiss based so it should be neutral. There’s a LOT of changes that have to be implemented to make this PUBLIC BROADCASTERS project a fair one.

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  Whisker

UMK is wonderful, getting better each year. Melodifestivalen has grown a bit tired, a bit same old same old. However none of this matters when deciding the winner of the Eurovision final. It is a SONG contest, not a SELECTION contest! In deciding it who deserves it more, the only criteria should be the three minutes we see on stage.

UNA SPARKLE
UNA SPARKLE
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Well it’s been talked about alleged “networking” among delegations leading to victory at least in one case. Also, strange points barter could be noticed (or interpreted as such) when points were made public. Countries never giving each other points or countries heavily rewarding others points used to be very common “practice”. The three minutes of stage sounds fair and utopia at the same time.

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  UNA SPARKLE

Yeah, I suppose there is a difference between systems working in “practice” and working in “theory”… I’ve said before that the best solution is to just let me pick the winner every year.

UNA SPARKLE
UNA SPARKLE
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

How?

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  UNA SPARKLE

Joke. If I picked the winner every year, my favourite will always win. As it should be.

UNA SPARKLE
UNA SPARKLE
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

We can at least always have our personal winners. Such a joy!!

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  Vincenzo

Loreen DID win fair and square.

Mariah
Mariah
3 months ago
Reply to  Vincenzo

Still being salty about it? Damn, that’s just sad.