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Eurovision Tickets 2020 – Everything You Need To Know!

Eurovision 2020 has been cancelled.

Unfortunately the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, due to be hosted in Rotterdam, has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

The full statement is available here

The EBU will be offering an alternative show. This broadcast will honor the songs and performers that were due to compete in the 2020 contest. Further details of this broadcast will be available in the coming weeks.

The original post remains available below.

Thinking about travelling to Eurovision in 2020? You’re in good company! Thousands travel across the continent each year to experience the Eurovision Song Contest, the worlds largest music event. Here’s everything you need to know about Eurovision 2020 including how to get Eurovision tickets.

If you’re not sure about Eurovision travel yet, there’s more information on what you can expect here.

For everyone else, this post details everything you need to know about the Eurovision Song Contest in 2020.

A view of the Eurovision Song Contest in 2019 from the Green Room

Eurovision 2020: When is it?

The Eurovision Song Contest 2020 will take place between the 12th and 16th of May. The shows are as follows:

  • 12th May – Semi Final 1
  • 14th May – Semi Final 2
  • 16th May – Grand Final

The official CD featuring all of the entries from 2020 is available now.

Eurovision 2020: Where is it?

Rotterdam is the host city for 2020. The contest will take place in the Rotterdam Ahoy.

Book your accommodation for Rotterdam here!

Getting Eurovision Tickets

Eurovision tickets sell in waves. The first and second waves of ticket sales sold out in December 2019 and January 2020.

A third wave of ticket sales will start on Thursday 26 March at 20:00 CET at This will the last wave of sales.

The official ticket re-selling partner for Eurovision 2020 is Ticketswap. The contest organisers do not endorse any other ticket reselling site. I would discourage from purchasing from these sites as your ticket may not be valid.

Tickets for the Eurovision Live shows in 2020 cost between €73,50 and €258,50.

In addition to the live shows, tickets are available to the jury finals and family shows. These tickets tend to be cheaper and are a suitable option for travelers on a budget. Ticket options are available from €48.50.

Tickets for 2020 require personalisation. If you don’t personalise your tickets they may not be valid so make sure you complete this step.

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There will be updates on this page as the details progress so be sure to check back for further information.

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