The tickets sale for Eurovision 2017 concerts began on Tuesday, February 14. The viewers will be able to visit nine performances – six rehearsals, two semifinals and the final. Jon Ola Sand, the contest’s CEO reported that at a briefing.
About 70,000 tickets will be sold for those willing to attend this year’s Eurovision in Kyiv, which is slated for May 9 through 13.
‘We’re glad that the tickets have arrived so soon. The State TV company found a reliable partner that would sell the tickets to the huge number of customers, the Eurovision fans. We’re sure that everyone who buys tickets will be able to have a nice time in Kyiv,’ Sand said.