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Second wave of tickets for Eurovision 2018 on sale 20th December!

18 December 2017 at 12:02 CET
The stage of the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest RTP
Tickets for the Grand Final of the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest are available for purchase in the second wave of sales which is set to begin on 20th December. The perfect present for Christmas!

UPDATE 20 DECEMBER 16:15 CET: The second wave of tickets for the Grand Final has been sold out. Tickets for the Jury Final and Family Show of the Grand Final are still available. More tickets, including tickets for the Semi-Finals, will go on sale in January 2018. For future ticket announcements you can sign up for e-mail alerts here.

UPDATE 27 DECEMBER 19:00 CET: All tickets in the second wave have been sold.

The original story follows below.

Tickets for the Grand Final of the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest will be priced at various levels and will go on sale at 11:00 CET on 20th December from official ticketing website Tickets for the Jury Final on Friday 11th May and the Family Show in the afternoon of Saturday 12th May will also be available for purchase.

Further ticket sales

In total there will be four waves of ticket sales for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest. Tickets for the remaining shows, including the Semi-Finals, will be on sale in further waves in January 2018 after the Semi-Final Allocation Draw. 

To keep up to date with further ticket announcements you can sign up mail alerts here. The ticketing page on will be also be updated with further information about future ticket releases.

How to buy your tickets

BlueTicket, the official ticketing partner for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest, operates a system called Queue-It, which is used to sell tickets for many of the biggest events in the world. It prevents the site from crashing if all users accessed the queue for the ticket selling platform simultaneously.   

Those who arrive in the queue for tickets before the sale opens are assigned a random number at the time of the opening of the sale. This means that no one is at an advantage when they arrive on the ticket purchasing page just before the sale starts. Users who join the queue after the sale starts are then assigned a sequential number behind those who joined it beforehand. 

It is strongly recommended that tickets are purchased through the official ticketing partner.