The first batch of tickets for the Grand Final is completely sold out.
Next quotas and applications for tickets from delegations, sponsors, embassies of participant countries and partners of the contest will be processed. This will set the balance of tickets. Information on the remnants will be published at facebook.com/concert.ua not earlier than February 21st.
We recommend 2 options:
1. To purchase tickets for other shows. If you will not get tickets to the Grand Final, you can still be a part of the Eurovision celebration.
2. Wait for the Grand Final tickets and rely on luck if they will go on sale and you’ll get them. But if not, you'll have time to choose another show. Please keep in mind the risk of dramatically rising demand for other shows after the announcement regarding the Grand Final.
Last batches of tickets will go on sale according to the schedule:
What is the difference between types of shows?
Eurovision will present 9 shows:
Three shows will be broadcasted live: Semi Final 1 (Live) (09.05, 22:00), Semi Final 2 (Live) (11.09, 22:00), Grand Final (13.05, 22:00).
Three shows will take place in the evening a day before lives. Here the TV-recording will occur, and also national jury will work. These very evaluations will affect the outcome of Semi Final together with the audience’s votes the next day.
Three more shows will take place in the afternoon (on the eve of live broadcasts): Semi Final 1 Dress Rehearsal 3 (09.05, 16:00), Semi Final 2 Dress Rehearsal 3 (11.09, 16:00), Final Dress Rehearsal (13.05, 14:00). Here, participants of the contest will present the same performances as on air. The difference is that it will not be recorded and broadcasted, and the national jury will not work there. We recommend these shows for visiting with children in order to get the possibility of viewing in the convenient time.