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24th Apr 2023

Remaining Eurovision tickets are going on sale today

Clodagh McKeon

The excitement.

The Eurovision Song Contest will kick off at the ACC Liverpool arena in just over two weeks.

The remaining tickets to the event are set to go on sale today.

According to BBC Eurovision, a “limited number” of tickets to each of the nine live shows that make up the competition will be released at midday today.

They’ll be available to purchase through Ticketmaster.

Prices for the music event range from €34 to €430 depending on the show and seats selected.

The Eurovision tickets were released in March and passes to the final sold out in just over half an hour.

Tickets to the remaining shows had disappeared within an hour and a half of release.

The semi-finals will be broadcast on May 9 and May 11 with the grand final on May 13.

Dublin based band Wild Youth will represent Ireland in this year’s Eurovision.

They’ll perform sixth in the first semi-final of the show on Tuesday May 9th after Portugal and before Croatia. Norway will open semi-final one and Finland will close the show.

Wild Youth will sing their hit track We Are One in the Liverpool Arena to compete for a place in the final.

This is the first time Ireland has qualified for the Eurovision since 2018 and the entire nation seems to be getting behind the guys and showing their support.

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