Tickets for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool will go on sale on Tuesday, 7 March, the BBC has announced.
Fans will be able to pay to attend nine shows – two live semi-finals and the grand final, as well as six previews doubling up as dress rehearsals. Ticket sale is through UK, and fans will need to create an account to buy. Regardless of the country you are purchasing from, tickets are only available from Ticketmaster UK and you will need an account explicitly with the UK site – it is encouraged that you create one in advance. You can only purchase tickets for one show at a time.
Price range for Eurovision 2023 tickets
Prices range from £90 to £290 for the live semi-finals and £160 to £380 for the live grand final. You can pick up a rehearsal ticket from £30.
The United Kingdom Government earlier announced around 3,000 tickets will be made available for Ukrainians living in the UK – meaning they can attend one of the Live Shows and help mark the Ukrainian group Kalush Orchestra’s victory at last year’s Contest. They will cost £20. They will be able to buy up to four tickets per purchase for the live shows and six for the preview performances.
The Grand Final will take place in the M&S Bank Area on Saturday May 13, with Semi-Finals on Tuesday 9 and Thursday 11.