Tickets for the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 in Liverpool go on sale this Tuesday, here’s everything you need to know.
Eurovision is one of the biggest musical events in the world, and it’s coming to the UK this year.
The 2023 competition will take place in the United Kingdom, following Kalush Orchestra’s victory for Ukraine in Turin, after it was concluded that the event could not be held in the winning country for safety and security reasons.
If you’re interested in attending Eurovision 2023 in Liverpool, there are a few things you need to know about how to get tickets. In this article, we’ll give you all the information you need to secure your place at one of the most exciting events of the year.
When is Eurovision 2023 in Liverpool?
The Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 will take place at the Liverpool Arena next to the River Mersey on Saturday 13 May with Semi-Finals on 9 and 11 May.
- Monday, May 8: First semi-final jury show
- Tuesday, May 9: First semi-final family show
- Tuesday, May 9: First broadcast semi-final
- Wednesday, May 10: Second semi-final jury show
- Thursday, May 11: Second semi-final family show
- Thursday, May 11: Second broadcast semi-final
- Friday, May 12: Final jury show
- Saturday, May 13: Final family show
- Saturday, May 13: Eurovision grand final
How to get tickets for Eurovision 2023?
Tickets for both the Semi-Final and Grand Final shows can only be bought via TicketMaster, regardless of the location of the purchaser.
It is only possible to purchase tickets for one show at a time. The price of tickets for the Semi-Finals ranges from £30 to £290, whilst tickets for the Grand Finals are priced between £80 and £380.
The official link to buy tickets for Eurovision 2023 from TicketMaster is here.
You must have a Ticketmaster UK account to purchase tickets and fans are encouraged to create their account in advance of Tuesday 7th March.
Things to know about buying Eurovision 2023 tickets
Ticket sales will start on Tuesday 7th March at 12:00 (midday) GMT on Ticketmaster.
Tickets purchased via any other outlet may be void, Eurovision and the BBC have confirmed. It’s also been said that you will be unable to purchase tickets via the Ticketmaster app.
The following types of tickets will be available:
- Standing (on the arena floor)
- Accessible seats (Accessible seats can be booked online. Free companion tickets are also available for eligible customers. Details of eligibility are found here)
- Hospitality packages
All ticket prices are inclusive of a 2.86% booking fee which is retained by Ticketmaster. There will also be an additional £2.95 transaction fee per order.
For the three televised live shows (Semi-Final 1, Semi-Final 2 and the Grand Final) a maximum of four tickets can be purchased per order (per bank account and address).
For the preview shows a maximum of six tickets can be purchased per order (per bank account and address). TicketMaster have confirmed that if you try to book more tickets in multiple orders, your order may be cancelled.
There is no minimum age to visit the Eurovision Song Contest, but children under 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult aged 18+. Children under the age of 14 are not permitted in the standing area. Children aged 1 year or younger will not require their own ticket.
According to reports, this appears to be the seating arrangement for the arena: