Tickets are available to all shows including the two dress rehearsals held before each live broadcast. The first rehearsal is the Jury Show on the evening before each broadcast, when the jury groups all around Europe watch and cast their votes. The second is the Family Show, a dress rehearsal on the afternoon of the live broadcast.
For those wanting to see the Big 5 rehearse on stage in the Globe Arena you should buy tickets for the Jury Show on Monday May 9 (Spain and France) or Wednesday May 11 (Germany, Italy and United Kingdom). Sweden will perform in Semi-Final 1.
Tickets are available for the following shows:
Semi-Final 1 Live broadcast 10th May 21:00
Semi-Final 1 Dress rehearsal 10th May 15:00
Semi-Final 1 Jury show 9th May 21:00 (performances from France, Spain and Sweden)
Semi-Final 2 Jury show 11th May 21:00 (performances from Germany, Italy, United Kingdom)
Semi-Final 2 Dress rehearsal 12th May 15:00
Semi-Final 2 Live broadcast 12th May 21:00
Grand Final Jury show 13th May 21:00
Grand Final Dress rehearsal 14th May 13:00
Grand Final Live broadcast 14th May 21:00
As plans have developed further, new seats have become available and we can consequently release additional tickets in all price ranges, to all shows - even for the Grand Final. The release makes it possible to get all ticket requests satisfied during the Eurovision week and this is for all wallets, as there will be tickets from as little as 100 SEK, said Martin Österdahl, Executive Producer of the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest.
The 2016 Eurovision Song Contest 2016 will take place on 10th, 12th and 14th May in Stockholm, Sweden, produced by SVT in collaboration with the City of Stockholm.
It is strongly recommended that tickets are only purchased through official ticketing partners.