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5th April - Your last chance to buy tickets for Eurovision 2018

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Posted 12 March 2018 at 15:00

The last wave of tickets for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest will go on sale at 11:00 CEST on Thursday 5th April. With just two months remaining until the Grand Final, this marks the last opportunity for members of the public to get their hands on tickets for all shows.

Those wishing to purchase tickets for Eurovision 2018 will be able to buy them from official ticketing partner, Blueticket.pt. Tickets will be available for all shows of the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest which includes public rehearsals as well as the Jury Finals and live broadcasts. See the ticket page for more details.

Interval acts in 2018

The opening and interval acts for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest include Salvador Sobral who stole the show in Kyiv last year to claim Portugal's first victory with his song Amar Pelos Dois. Sobral will be returning to the stage for a performance that will include new material alongside his winning song.
In a world exclusive, traditional Portuguese Fado artists Ana Moura and Mariza will, for the first time ever, perform together. Both acts will share the stage during the opening segment of the show for what is set to be a landmark moment in Portuguese music history. They will be followed by the classic Eurovision flag parade which will be soundtracked by world champion scratch artists Beatbombers. Completing the Grand Final line-up is DJ Branko who will create an electronic journey of music around the world.

Euroclub in 2018

The venue for Euroclub in Lisbon has changed from the previously announced location and is now in the city centre, right next to Eurovillage. Open only to accredited fans and press, the club will operate throughout the event fortnight in Portugal’s capital. The exact venue will be announced in the coming weeks.
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