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Eurovision 2016: Tickets on sale 26 November


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Posted 23 November, 2015, 7:30

Tickets for the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest have gone on sale at 10:00 CET on Thursday 26 November at AXS.com. As is now customary, fans will have their own quota of tickets, organised through the national fan clubs across Europe. Last year tickets for the final sold out in just 20 minutes.

The Eurovision Song Contest 2016 will take place in Stockholm’s Globe Arena on Tuesday 10 May (Semi Final 1), Thursday 12 May (Semi Final 2) and Saturday 14 May (the Grand Final). Tickets to nine shows are available including the live broadcasts, jury finals and dress rehearsals with prices starting at just €11. 
Martin Österdahl, Eurovision Song Contest 2016 Executive Producer said, It feels great that we can offer tickets for 11 Euros. This means that a lot of people have the possibility to see the show live. Those who want can now buy a powerful and distinctive Christmas present – hopefully a memory for life”.
Tickets are available for the following shows:
Semi-Final 1 Jury show 9 May 21:00 Semi-Final 1 Dress rehearsal 10 May 15:00 Semi-Final 1 Live broadcast 10 May 21:00 Semi-Final 2 Jury show 11 May 21:00 Semi-Final 2 Dress rehearsal 12 May 15:00 Semi-Final 2 Live broadcast 12 May 21:00 The Jury Final 13 May 21:00 Final dress rehearsal 14 May 13:00 The Live Grand Final 14 May 21:00
Further information is available on the website of Stockholm Globe Arena. It is strongly recommended that tickets are only purchased through official ticketing partners.

Update: Statement regarding Eurovision 2016 ticket sales

AXS, the official ticketing partner for the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest, has issued a statement following the commencement of ticket sales. 
A spokesperson for AXS said: "Demand for tickets to the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest in the Globe Arena in Stockholm was immense. During all previous releases of tickets for big events we have always used a queuing system to ensure that tickets are sold to buyers in turn. Due to a configuration issue, some customers experienced technical problems. We are aware of this and apologise for the inconvenience caused and will make certain that this does not happen again in the future".
Keep an eye on Eurovision.tv for information regarding any further ticket sales!
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