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How to get tickets for Eurovision 2019

Here we will keep you update with all the information about getting tickets for Eurovision 2019 in Tel Aviv, Israel. The tickets for Eurovision 2019 went on sale on 28 February 2019

17 april 2019, 13:00 CEST

Live Show Packages on sale


Ticket packages are on sale now via the official ticket partner Leaan. Price: 3700 Shekels (≈ 905 €). The package will include tickets for all the three live shows, (Semi-final 1, Semi-final 2 and the Grand Final), at prime seats (rows 20-39).

All individual tickets for the Grand Final Live are sold out.
16 april 2019, 00:20 CEST

Remaining tickets on sale today, 16 April 2019


The second, and last round of tickets for Eurovision Song Contest 2019 will go on sale today, Tuesday 16 April at 17:00 CEST via the official ticket partner Leaan.

More than 1000 tickets for the Grand Final will be available. Up to 2 tickets can be purchased for the Grand Final, and this will be the last round of ticket sale for Eurovision Song Contest.

The first round of tickets went on sale on 28 February 2019, and shortly after the Grand Final Live was sold out, while there are still plenty of tickets for all the other 8 shows.

Rehearsal tickets discounted


It seems like the organising broadcaster KAN initially set the price too high for the tickets to the live shows and rehearsals, except the Grand Final Live. There are still plenty of tickets available for the two Semi-finals Live, and all the rehearsals.

Some of these tickets will now be discounted and be available at a lower price, and on a first come first serve basis. This offer will be available for tickets to the dress rehearsals and will start at 200 Shekels (≈ 49 €).

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Ticket prices for Eurovision 2019

Source: Leaan

ILS = Israeli shekels
EUR = Converted from ILS

GRAND FINAL

LIVE SHOWFamily RehearsalJury Rehearsal
Saturday
21:00
Saturday
13:30
Friday
21:00
Seats, Level 2₪ 1350€ 329₪ 800€ 195₪ 1000€ 244
Standing₪ 1500€ 366₪ 900€ 219₪ 1150€ 281
Standing,
Golden Circle
₪ 1700€ 415₪ 1000€ 244₪ 1250€ 305
Seats, Prime₪ 1700€ 415₪ 1000€ 244₪ 1250€ 305
Wheel Chair ₪ 1700€ 415₪ 1000€ 244₪ 1250€ 305


SEMI-FINALS

LIVE SHOWFamily RehearsalJury Rehearsal
Tuesday
Thursday
21:00
Tuesday
Thursday
15:00
Monday
Wednesday.
21:00
Seats, Level 2₪ 1000€ 244₪ 600
₪ 200
€ 146
€ 49
₪ 750
₪ 250
€ 183
€ 61
Standing₪ 1150€ 281₪ 700
₪ 350
€ 171
€ 85
₪ 900
₪ 350
€ 220
€ 85
Standing,
Golden Circle
₪ 1250€ 305₪ 800
₪ 400
€ 195
€ 98
₪ 1000
₪ 400
€ 244
€ 98
Seats, Prime₪ 1250€ 305₪ 800
₪ 400
€ 195
€ 98
₪ 1000
₪ 400
€ 244
€ 98
Wheel Chair ₪ 1250€ 305₪ 800
₪ 400
€ 195
€ 98
₪ 1000
₪ 400
€ 244
€ 98

Green Room

Final₪ 2000€ 487
Semi-finals₪ 1000€ 244

Green Room tickets don't give access to the live shows
Green Room is placed in another hall than the live shows, so the shows can only be watched on screens. Green Room tickets will include food and drink.

Tickets for 9 shows

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

  • Semi-final 1
    • Jury Rehearsal: Monday 13 May 2019, 21:00
    • Family Rehearsal: Tuesday 14 May 2019, 15:00
    • Live Show: Tuesday 14 May 2019, 21:00
  • Semi-final 2
    • Jury Rehearsal: Wednesday 15 May 2019, 21:00
    • Family Rehearsal: Thursday 16 May 2019, 15:00
    • Live Show: Thursday 16 May 2019, 21:00
  • Grand Final
    • Jury Rehearsal: Friday 17 May 2019, 21:00
    • Family Rehearsal: Saturday 18 May 2019, 13:30
    • Live Show: Saturday 18 May 2019, 21:00

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Who's in which Semi-final?

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14 March 2019, 16:50 CET

Ticket sale resume


After ten days of suspension of the ticket sale for Eurovision Song Contest 2019, the sale has have resumed today on Leaan.

The Israeli broadcaster KAN said Thursday that after its investigation, 220 tickets to the Grand Final Live Show were revoked from those who had purchased them improperly. Those tickets, however, will only become available again during the second round of sales, sometime in April.

Source: Jerusalem Post

3 March 2019

Ticket sale suspended due to irregularities


The Israeli broadcaster KAN has instructed the ticket agency Leaan to temporarily suspend ticket sale for Eurovision Song Contest 2019. This happens after KAN's control systems have identified an attempt by various parties to intervene in the sale process.

KAN fears that hundreds of tickets, for the best seats in the arena were sold to relatives, senior executives and sports officials instead of the general public. Unofficial reports claim that 300 tickets were involved.

The sale of tickets has been temporarily suspended until the matter is examined. If it is found that tickets were sold illegally, KAN will cancel these tickets, and put them for sale to the general public.

Illegal selling of tickets reported


The tickets for the Grand Final were sold out within a short time, as expected.

There have been reported illegal reselling of tickets from unofficial websites. As a result, the Minister of Public Security, Gilad Erdan, has instructed the police to stop the illegal sale, saying that ticket speculation is an ugly and illegal phenomenon:

– It is not possible that a festive and joyous event, which is expected to be celebrated all over the world, will be a tool in the hands of criminals who undermine the face of the State of Israel, says Minister of Public Security, Gilad Erdan.

Source: KAN

28 February 2019

Tickets on sale 28 February 2019


Tickets for Eurovision Song Contest 2019 will go on sale today, Thursday 28 February at 19:00 CET via the official ticket partner Leaan.

Today, up to 2 tickets can be purchased for each live show, and up to 4 tickets for the various rehearsals.

It is unknown if more tickets will be available in the future.
28 January 2019, 17:49 CET

Tickets for Eurovision 2019 on sale in February


After the Semi-final allocation draw on 28 January, EBU announced a new unspecific time for the start of ticket sale.

The tickets will go on sale later in February. No specific date is mentioned.

Tickets will only be sold through the official ticketing company for Eurovision 2019, Leaan.

Initially, the first ticket sale for Eurovision 2019 was planned to take place at the end of December 2018.
26 January 2019, 13:40 CET

Tickets for Eurovision 2019 further delayed – not on sale in January


On 8 January 2019 EBU announced that the first tickets would go on sale "in the end of January", after the Semi-final allocation draw on 28 January 2019.

This has now been changed to "after the Allocation Draw", not mentioning January anymore, why we assume that the ticket sale will not start in January 2019, as previously announced by EBU. We haven't heard any exact date or news from the official ticketing company for Eurovision 2019, Leaan.

Initially, the first ticket sale for Eurovision 2019 was planned to take place at the end of December 2018.
8 January 2019

Tickets for Eurovision 2019 will go on sale in the end of January 2019


The EBU and the Israeli broadcaster KAN have officially confirmed that the first tickets will go on sale at the end of January, soon after the Semi-final Allocation draw on 28 January 2019.

Originally, the first ticket sale for Eurovision 2019 was planned to take place at the end of December - with only Grand Final tickets to be offered, but now, the first wave is delayed until after the Allocation draw, to include tickets for all shows, inculding the Live Shows of the Grand Final and the Semi-Finals.

Today, it was confirmed by KAN that Leaan was selected as the official ticketing company for Eurovision 2019

20 December 2018

Ticket sales delayed


The ticket sale was expected to go on sale in December 2018, but as 2019 is coming closer, it seems unrealistic that the sale will start before January 2019. The Israeli broadcaster, KAN, was planning to start the first wave of ticket sales in December according to The tender for the ticket agency.

Two additional waves of ticket sales are planned for February and April.
21 November 2018

First wave of tickets for Eurovision 2019 will go on sale in December


Tickets for Eurovision Song Contest 2019 will go on sale in the beginning of December 2018. The tickets will be released in three waves:

  • December 2018: First wave
  • February 2019: Second wave
  • April 2019: Third wave

The first wave of tickets sale is expected to include only tickets for the Grand Final. Tickets for the Semi-finals will be on sale in the second and third wave.

Green Room tickets


The Israeli broadcaster, KAN, has confirmed that "Green Room tickets", for every live show and rehearsal, will be selling as separate tickets. The Green Room area will not be in the main arena, but in the nearby building, Pavilion 1.

Green Room tickets will be offered for all 9 shows, so make sure you don't buy a Green Room ticket by mistake if you want be inside the arena for the main show.

5,000 to 7,000 tickets


The exact number of tickets available is not clear, but estimates say that around 5,000 - 7,000 tickets will be offered for the main show in Pavilion 2 and an additional 2,000 - 3,000 tickets for the Green Room, which will include big screens for watching the main stage. According to the official tender of KAN for a ticketing agency, at least 33% of the tickets must be sold to international buyers.

Source: The tender for the ticket agency

14 September 2018

Only 4,000 tickets will be on sale


One of Israels largest newspapers Israel Hayom reports that only 4,000 tickets will be on sale to the public for each live show.

The venue, Expo Tel Aviv, has a capacity of 9,000. The newspaper reports that 2,000 will be blocked by the stage and cameras, and 3,000 tickets will be reserved for the European Broadcasting Union (EBU).

The Green Room will be placed in Pavilion 1 (another hall of Expo Tel Aviv).

It is not clear if the OGAE Fan tickets are included in the 3,000 tickets reserved for EBU.

Source: Hayom

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Who's in which Semi-final?

The semi-final allocation draw for Eurovision Song Contest 2019 took place on 28 January 2019 at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. The draw determined which countries are allocated to which of the two semi-finals.

Eurovision tickets the last years

  • Eurovision 2013: 26 November 2012
  • Eurovision 2014: 29 November 2013
  • Eurovision 2015: 15 December 2014
  • Eurovision 2016: 26 November 2015
  • Eurovision 2017: 14 February 2017
  • Eurovision 2018: 30 November 2017
  • Eurovision 2019: 28 February 2019

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

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.

The number of OGAE fan ticket packages for Eurovision 2019 is only 500 for the live shows, with various (high) prices.

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

Number of fan ticket packages the previous years:

Packages with live-shows included

  • Eurovision 2014: 2,000
  • Eurovision 2015: 2,000
  • Eurovision 2016: 2,570
  • Eurovision 2017: 1,000
  • Eurovision 2018: 1,700
  • Eurovision 2019: 500

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