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How to get tickets for Eurovision 2015?

16 May 2014 at 13:39 CEST
The 61st edition of the Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Stockholm, Sweden Andres Putting (EBU)

Every year the tickets for the contest sell out in record time and that is why we suggest keeping an eye on as the first official information about ticketing will be revealed here.

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From past experience, we know that usually tickets go out late the year before the contest or early on that year. This always depends on the Host Broadcaster and their process of choosing a host city, the venue, finalising staging plans and so on. Thus, this year we expect the tickets to go on sale late 2014 or early 2015.

[UPDATE ON 13.11.2014: Tickets to go on sale before Christmas]

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The past years, we’ve always had one official ticketing office. We strongly recommend using the official ticketing partner, else you can never be sure the tickets you paid for, will actually grant you access to the shows.

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As soon as we have any information on tickets, we will announce it on and the official social media channels. Stay tuned!