Tickets for Eurovision 2022: Full Guide

Eurovision Fans have waited for a long time, but finally we can reveal that the exciting moment is just around the corner.
Tickets for Eurovision 2022 will be available on sale from 10:00 CEST on Thursday, the 7th of April 2022!
The show will take place in PalaOlimpico in Corso Sebastopoli, 123, 10134, Turin, Italy.



As always, 9 shows will be available in the Arena.
There are 3 main shows: semi-final 1, semi-final 2 and grand-final. Each will be available at 3 different times (same format): Jury shows, family shows and live shows.

You will be able to purchase tickets on the ticketone website – Link.
It is recommended to register for the website in advance!

So what’s the expected cost for the ticket you’ve dreamt about?
Please read the next paragraphs.
Pay attention: the price depends on the type of the show, as well as the type of the seat (how close it is to the stage, etc)

Semi-Final 1

Jury Show – Monday 9 May, 21:00 CEST

  • RING 1 – cat 1: €100
  • RING 1 – cat 2: €70
  • RING 2 – cat 1: €50
  • RING 2 – cat 2: €30
  • RING 1 – Reduced Visibility: €20

Family Show – Tuesday 10 May, 15:00 CEST

  • RING 1 – cat 1: €100
  • RING 1 – cat 2: €70
  • RING 2 – cat 1: €50
  • RING 2 – cat 2: €30
  • RING 1 – Reduced Visibility: €20

Live TV Show – Tuesday 10 May, 21:00 CEST

  • RING 1 – cat 1: €250
  • RING 1 – cat 2: €200
  • RING 2 – cat 1: €150
  • RING 2 – cat 2: €100
  • RING 1 – Reduced Visibility: €80

Semi-Final 2

Jury Show – Wednesday 11 May, 21:00 CEST

  • RING 1 – cat 1: €100
  • RING 1 – cat 2: €70
  • RING 2 – cat 1: €50
  • RING 2 – cat 2: €30
  • RING 1 – Reduced Visibility: €20

Family Show – Thursday 12 May, 15:00 CEST

  • RING 1 – cat 1: €100
  • RING 1 – cat 2: €70
  • RING 2 – cat 1: €50
  • RING 2 – cat 2: €30
  • RING 1 – Reduced Visibility: €20

Live TV Show – Thursday 12 May, 21:00 CEST

  • RING 1 – cat 1: €250
  • RING 1 – cat 2: €200
  • RING 2 – cat 1: €150
  • RING 2 – cat 2: €100
  • RING 1 – Reduced Visibility: €80

Grand Final

Jury Show – Friday 13 May, 21:00 CEST

  • RING 1 – cat 1: €150
  • RING 1 – cat 2: €100
  • RING 2 – cat 1: €70
  • RING 2 – cat 2: €50
  • RING 1 – Reduced Visibility: €40

Family Show – Saturday 14 May, 13:30 CEST

  • RING 1 – cat 1: €150
  • RING 1 – cat 2: €100
  • RING 2 – cat 1: €70
  • RING 2 – cat 2: €50
  • RING 1 – Reduced Visibility: €40

Live TV Show – Saturday 14 May, 21:00 CEST

  • RING 1 – cat 1: €350
  • RING 1 – cat 2: €300
  • RING 2 – cat 1: €250
  • RING 2 – cat 2: €200
  • RING 1 – Reduced Visibility: €150

Jury Shows – These shows will be held 24 hours before the live show. International jury will watch them from their home countries, and will cast their vote based on the performances

Family Shows – These shows will be held on the same day as the live shows, but in earlier hours.The name family show came from the convenient hour that’s more accessible to a wide range of ages.

Live Shows – These are the shows that broadcast for the TV viewers. Voters will watch them live and base their votes on the performances of these shows. The shows are exciting since the results are announced towards the end of them.

Remarks

Ticket purchasers will have to provide the following details about them:

  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Place of Birth
  • Nationality
  • ID Type and Number
  • Mobile Phone Number
  • E-Mail Address

The purchaser’s details can only be changed once between May 2nd, 10:00 CEST and May 5th, 18:00 CEST.

Note that the audience will have to follow the Covid guidelines in Italy before the show (putting a mask if needed, providing a negative test if needed, etc)

The stage is under construction:

Read all about Eurovision 2022 on our homepage

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Doron Lahav is 28 years old guy who lives in Israel. Doron watches Eurovision Song Contest since early 2000s. Doron works as a Data Scientist and also shows interest in singing and writing.

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