The tickets will go on sale online, on the website Dticket.de. This website is the only authorised reseller of tickets for the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest. Host Broadcaster NDR and the EBU cannot guarantee authenticity of access for tickets purchased elsewhere.
Minors between 10 and 16 years of age may attend the event only if accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Minors under 10 years of age are not allowed into the arena.
Tickets and prices
Some 35,000 tickets will be available for the fans of Europe's favourite TV-show to attend the Jury Final on the 13th of May in the Düsseldorf Arena. The Jury Final show starts at 21:00 CET, tickets indicate at what time the doors of the arena will open for the public. Tickets are available starting at €19. The best tickets go on sale for €69. Up to four tickets can be purchased at the same time.
What about the Semi-Finals?
The tickets for the Semi-Final are expected to go on sale at the end of January as then it's clear which countries' participants will take part in which Semi-Final. Stay tuned!
A little summary
What's happening: Tickets for the Jury Final of the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest on 13 May 2011
When does ticket sale start: Wednesday 15 December, 12:00 CET
How much do they cost: Between €19 and €69
Where can I buy them: Dticket.de