ESC 2019 | Eurovision 2019 Tickets Go On Sale ... TONIGHT!

February 28, 2019

After months of delays in announcements and uncertainty over when the tickets for the 64th Eurovision Song Contest, we finally have some definite news! Hopefully if you are planning on going to this years Eurovision live in Tel Aviv, Israel you will be near a computer this evening (or early tomorrow morning for our Australian friends!) as Eurovision HQ have confirmed that tickets will be going on sale at 19.00 CET this evening. For more details, keep reading.


The tickets will be released online at 19.00 CET with the local ticket seller utilising the Queue-it set-up that Eurofans may remember from last year. You can access the queue with the link here. Unlike previous years which saw phased ticket sales for different shows, it appears that this year all of the tickets for every show will be sold in bulk. 


Furthermore, due to the small capacity available at the venue, in addition to purchasing show tickets in the arena, you also have the opportunity to purchase tickets for the show live in the green room which will be a separate hall within the larger exhibition centre.



Tickets are going on sale for:

  • Semi Final One (Jury Show) - Monday 13th May 2019

  • Semi Final One (Family Show) - Tuesday 14th May 2019

  • Semi Final One (Live Show) - Tuesday 14th May 2019

  • Semi Final One (Live Show - Green Room) - Tuesday 14th May 2019

  • Semi Final Two (Jury Show) - Wednesday 15th May 2019

  • Semi Final Two (Family Show) - Thursday 16th May 2019

  • Semi Final Two (Live Show) - Thursday 16th May 2019

  • Semi Final Two (Live Show - Green Room) - Thursday 16th May 2019

  • Grand Final (Jury Show) - Friday 17th May 2019

  • Grand Final (Family Show) - Saturday 18th May 2019

  • Grand Final (Live Show - Green Room) - Saturday 18th May 2019

  • Grand Final (Live Show - Green Room) - Saturday 18th May 2019


Last week, KAN released information on all ticket pricing for the different Eurovision shows, which controversially are significantly higher than previous years - coupled with less publicly available tickets than past years has led to many travelling fans feeling very stressed! A single standing or seated ticket in the main hall will set you back over €300 Euros! The graphic below shows the availability in the main arena - sourced from - with approximately 4,300 tickets per show being sold to the public online.



Good luck to all of our readers who will be hunting for their tickets to the live show this evening.

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