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Måneskin from Italy won the Eurovision Song Contest 2021
Måneskin from Italy won the Eurovision Song Contest 2021
Photo: NPO/NOS/AVROTROS Nathan Reinds

Eurovision Song Contest Tickets: More released Thursday 28 April! 🎟

A second wave of tickets for the 66th Eurovision Song Contest will go on sale from 10:00 CEST on Thursday 28 April.

Tickets will be available to purchase for all 9 productions across the Semi-Finals and Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest from TicketOne (where fans can pre-register an account to save time). Terms and conditions remain the same as when the tickets first went on sale.

All productions will take place at the PalaOlimpico in Corso Sebastopoli, 123, 10134, Turin, Italy.

For further information please visit our regularly updated ticket page.

This article was updated: Wednesday 27 April.

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