Get your Semi-Final tickets early!

More tickets for the Jury Final will be available as soon as the exact technical positions have been determined. So, stay tuned!

The regular ticket sales for the First Semi-Final will start on January 18th at 12:00 CET, one day later, on January 19th at 12:00 CET, for the second Semi-Final. Tickets for each of the shows are exclusively sold on and will cost between 29 EUR and 119 EUR.

You want to secure your Semi-Final tickets already now? Then don't hesitate to visit already now to get onto the pre-sale list, which will entitle you to buy tickets for one of the Semi-Finals 18 hours before the official sale starts!

You can pre-order up to four tickets, and after the draw has been held to determine which countries will be represented in which Semi-Final, on January 17th, at 18:00 CET, you can decide yourself for which of the two Semi-Finals your tickets will be issued.

The First Semi-Final of the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest will take place on May 10th at 21:00 CET in the Düsseldorf Arena, while the Second Semi-Final is held on May 12th in the same venue. In each Semi-Final, 19 countries will be represented. 

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