[UPDATE: The currently available tickets for the live shows are now sold out. Still some available for other shows and more are to come in the end of January! We strongly recommend not to purchase tickets from unauthorised resellers]
Tickets are available in six categories and the prices depend on the show. This starts from 14 euros for the Dress Rehearsals and goes up to 390 euros per seat for the live show of the Final in the Gold category. A wide selection is available in the area of 49 to 150 euros.
100,000 tickets for nine shows
More tickets will go on sale in the next few months after the final distribution of the space at the Wiener Stadthalle, including the camera positions, stage design as well as the Green Room. Updates on the exact dates will be given through the official online channels of the Eurovision Song Contest.
Besides the three live shows - the two Semi-Finals on the 19th and 21st of May and the Final on the 23rd of May - there are also tickets available for the Jury Shows (second Dress Rehearsals) and the Family Shows (third Dress Rehearsals) of each show.
The difference between the Jury and Family Shows compared to the live shows is that there is no pan-European televoting and naturally, no result announcement during them.
Jury Show, 18th of May, 21:00 CET
Family Show, 19th of May, 15:00
Live Show, 19th of May, 21:00
Jury Show, 20th of May, 21:00 CET
Family Show, 21st of May, 15:00
Live Show, 21st of May, 21:00
Jury Show, 22nd of May, 21:00 CET
Family Show, 23rd of May, 13:00
Live Show, 23rd of May, 21:00
Ensuring a smooth process
ORF’s official partner for the sales is thus Oeticket which has extensive experience in selling tickets for large-scale events where they have been able to handle up to 1800 sales per minute. For the Eurovision Song Contest, the server capacity will be increased to ensure a smooth process.