Eurovision 2023 tickets

How to get tickets for Eurovision 2023

Here we will keep you updated with all the information about getting tickets for Eurovision 2023 in Liverpool. We expect the tickets for Eurovision 2023 to go on sale in February

We will update this page with all the information about Tickets for Liverpool 2023 as it appears.

Tickets usually go out early the same year or late in the year before the contest. We expect the tickets for Eurovision 2023 to go on sale in the end of February.

The start of ticket sales depends on several factors:

  1. Firstly, the host city (Liverpool) and arena (Liverpool Arena) must be chosen.
  2. Secondly, selection of the ticket agency.
  3. Thirdly, a floor plan of seats/stands in the arena once stage design, green room and camera placement have roughly been decided.

Eurovision tickets the previous years

  • Eurovision 2022: 7 April 2022
  • Eurovision 2021: No public sale
  • Eurovision 2020: 12 December 2019
  • Eurovision 2019: 18 February 2019
  • Eurovision 2018: 30 November 2017
  • Eurovision 2017: 14 February 2017
  • Eurovision 2016: 26 November 2015
  • Eurovision 2015: 15 December 2014
  • Eurovision 2014: 29 November 2013
  • Eurovision 2013: 26 November 2012

The previous years the tickets has been released in batches, depending on the allocation of seats in the arena.

Tickets for 9 shows

There will be tickets on sale for 9 shows – Six rehearsals and three live shows:


Jury RehearsalMonday 8 May21:00
Family RehearsalTuesday 9 May15:00
LIVE SHOWTuesday 9 May21:00


Jury RehearsalWednesday 10 May21:00
Family RehearsalThursday 11 May15:00
LIVE SHOWThursday 11 May21:00


Jury RehearsalFriday 12 May21:00
Family RehearsalSaturday 13 May13:30
LIVE SHOWSaturday 13 May21:00

Live Shows

The Live Shows are exactly that: Live television shows. Audiences across Europe and Australia will get to cast their votes to add to the Jury scores.

Jury Rehearsals

The Jury Rehearsals take place on the evening before the Live Shows. The rehearsals will not be broadcast, but all the national juries will watch the show, and will cast their votes based on this show.

The rehearsals will be exact copies of the live shows, including opening act and interval acts, except the voting part (there will be some kind of simulated pseudo voting though).

The pre-qualified countries will perform during the Semi-final jury rehearsals, and a clip of their performances will be shown at the next evening's live Semi-finals.

Family Rehearsals

The last rehearsals before the live shows, take place in the afternoon on the same day as the live shows. They are also called "Family Shows" but will not be broadcast, as they are only rehearsals.

The rehearsals will be exact copies of the live shows, including opening act and interval acts, except the voting part.

How much are Eurovision tickets?

The cost of tickets has varied a lot from year to year. Here we have gathered some information about ticket price for Eurovision Song Contest the previous years. The cheapest tickets were for the semi-final rehearsals, and the most expensive tickets were for the Grand Final live show:

  • Eurovision 2022: Between €10 and €350
  • Eurovision 2020: Between €20 and €255 (cancelled)
  • Eurovision 2019: Between €183 and €415
  • Eurovision 2018: Between €5 and €299
  • Eurovision 2017: Between €8 and €300
  • Eurovision 2016: Between €11 and €280
  • Eurovision 2015: Between €14 and €390

Special tickets for fans

The last many years, a number of tickets have been reserved for the members of one of the official Eurovision fan clubs around the world. These tickets are mainly for standing right in front of the scene in a special fan zone. The tickets are only sold in packages with six tickets to six shows: The three live-shows and the three jury-rehearsals.

The fan tickets will be sold through the official Eurovision fan clubs.

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