Tickets will be available for all 9 Eurovision Song Contest 2020 shows in the second wave of ticket sales. Tickets will be available via the official channel on Thursday 30 January at 12:00 (midday) CET.
“After the official Allocation Draw on Tuesday 28 January, it will be clear which countries will take part in which Semi-Final. On 30 January, we will again offer people the chance to get tickets for one of the shows, including a number of coveted standing places for the Grand Final," said Sietse Bakker, Executive Producer Event at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020.
On 20 January, previously unavailable standing places for the Grand Final and 'Limited view (seated)' tickets will go on sale.
Prices for the second wave of ticket sales range from € 23,50 for a Family Show of a Semi-Final to € 258,50 for (standing) tickets at Grand Final on Saturday evening.
The ticket queue
Anyone who has clicked on the link to the order screen on Thursday 30 January before 12:00, will receive a random place in the queue at exactly 12:00 by draw. You will not see a queue number on the screen, the system will automatically place you in the queue.
The official channel for ticket sales is www.tickets.songfestival.nl. Together with ticket partner Paylogic, the organizing committee is working to prevent tickets from being resold for unfair prices. Tickets are sold by name and this will be checked at random at the entrance of Rotterdam Ahoy on event nights. If you cannot provide identification matching the name on the ticket, access to the show will be denied. In the unlikely event that a visitor cannot purchase the tickets after purchase, the tickets can be safely re-sold through the official re-sale platform Ticketswap.
The Eurovision Song Contest 2020 is working to make the event inclusive and accessible to the widest possible audience. Wheelchair tickets are still available for almost all shows (with the exception of the Grand Final shows). Tickets for wheelchair seats can be reserved by phone from +31 (0) 20 225 1116 from Thursday 30 January at 12:00 CET. More information can be found on www.songfestival.nl.