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Update: Tickets for the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest on sale

Tickets for the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest are now on sale via the website of the official ticketing partner today. As is now customary, fans will have their own quota of tickets, organised through the national fan clubs across Europe. The online sale kicked off at 19:15 CET with prices starting at 8 euros.


The second wave of tickets for the live shows of the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest will be available for sale at 14:00 CET. Further waves of ticket sales will be confirmed in due course. General enquiries should be addressed to the customer services team at You can also email them: [email protected] 

Some customers have reported that they have experienced difficulties with payment. Existing cases will be processed by the ticket operator within 24 hours. For further information regarding payment contact the customer services team at Way For Pay.

Tickets for Ukrainian fans and members of international fan clubs will go on sale soon. 

UPDATE 23:09 CET: Semi-Final tickets are scheduled to go on sale tomorrow, Wednesday 15 February. Additional information about the next wave of ticket sales is expected ahead of the release. We'll keep you posted!

UPDATE 20:56 CET: Tickets are being sold in waves. The first wave of Grand Final tickets has now been sold and more tickets for the Grand Final will be made available in the near future. Meanwhile, tickets for the third Dress Rehearsal of the Grand Final went on sale. More information about Semi-Final live shows and Semi-Final Dress Rehearsal tickets will be made available shortly.

In order to help fair distribution of tickets, up to only four tickets will be allowed per purchase transaction, although there is no limit to the number of transactions any one person can make.

The shows: 

In total, tickets for nine shows are available. To ensure that you purchase the correct tickets, please pay close attention to the times and dates of the shows. All times are local. 

  • Semi-Final 1 Jury show 8 May 22:00
  • Semi-Final 1 Dress rehearsal 9 May 
  • Semi-Final 1 Live broadcast 9 May 22:00
  • Semi-Final 2 Jury show 10 May 22:00
  • Semi-Final 2 Dress rehearsal 11 May 
  • Semi-Final 2 Live broadcast 11 May 22:00
  • The Jury Final 12 May 22:00
  • Final dress rehearsal 13 May
  • The Live Grand Final 13 May 22:00

Please note:

It is strongly recommended that tickets are only purchased through official ticketing partners. The official ticketing partner for the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest is If you experience difficulties during the booking process please contact the customer support team at

The EBU does not take responsibility for the content published on external websites.

Fans who have organised tickets through national fan clubs will have an allocation of tickets. Further details regarding this will be communicated to members of the fan clubs in due course. 

The 62nd Eurovision Song Contest will be hosted in Kyiv, Ukraine in May 2017 with a record equalling 43 participating countries. The Semi-Finals will take place on 9 and 11 May, with the Grand Final on 13 May.