How to get tickets for Eurovision 2015?

How to get tickets for Eurovision 2015?
Can't wait to attend the Shows in 2015? Photo: Andres Putting (EBU)
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Just some days after the Grand Final of the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest, are you considering going to the 2015 edition? Here’s what you need to know about the tickets for the upcoming shows.

Every year the tickets for the contest sell out in record time and that is why we suggest keeping an eye on Eurovision.tv as the first official information about ticketing will be revealed here.

From past experience, we know that usually tickets go out late the year before the contest or early on that year. This always depends on the Host Broadcaster and their process of choosing a host city, the venue, finalising staging plans and so on. Thus, this year we expect the tickets to go on sale late 2014 or early 2015.

[UPDATE ON 04.09.2014: Tickets to go on sale mid-November]

The past years, we’ve always had one official ticketing office. We strongly recommend using the official ticketing partner, else you can never be sure the tickets you paid for, will actually grant you access to the shows.

As soon as we have any information on tickets, we will announce it on Eurovision.tv and the official social media channels. Stay tuned!


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  • Posted on 31 October 2014 at 04:50
    Who's flying out from California? Either San Francisco or LA? Let's travel together, guys! Send me a personal message if you're interested! report to the moderator
  • Posted on 27 October 2014 at 21:31
    But for the Grand Final the cheapest ticket costs 50€ with restricted view. And then I think from more than 100€ to 200€.
    In Düsseldorf 2011 ist was starting from 90€ up to 200€. report to the moderator
  • Posted on 27 October 2014 at 13:46
    from what I've read last years ticket information was starting from 17€ to 200€..something, so hopelly its similar this year. Would be great! :) report to the moderator
  • Posted on 21 October 2014 at 16:26
    And anyone is know, around how much is going to be cost one ticket? Or how much was last year? Thanks
    Robert report to the moderator
  • Posted on 18 October 2014 at 08:34
    I've booked my flights from Australia!!! I hope I get tickets haa! report to the moderator
  • Posted on 26 September 2014 at 18:56
    I've already booked the flight and the hotel! Can't wait to enjoy the show!! Francesco from Italy report to the moderator
  • Posted on 20 September 2014 at 19:27
    I hope I'm able to visit Vienna and watch the final live! I've been watching ESC for 10 year straight now and really hope I can make it! report to the moderator
  • Posted on 4 September 2014 at 16:50
    i have a free room for 2 persons :-) report to the moderator
  • Posted on 4 September 2014 at 10:30
    To everyone out there, please take care they are offering (some websites ) tickets, BUT the tickets are not on sale yet. I heard that at some sites they have prices like 799 Euros ! and they tell you you´ll get the tickets 2 weeks before the event.

    The tickets are not on sale yet. As far as I could read and hear they will be on sale end of this year (x-mas shopping sure ;-) )

    So please everyone I know we are so many wanting so hard to get our tickets for this unique events but take care. report to the moderator
  • Posted on 3 September 2014 at 00:29
    So hoping to go next year! report to the moderator
  • Posted on 2 September 2014 at 21:00
    I just bought my airplane tickets this morning and my hotel room was booked almost a month ago, but the outcome still is uncertain as to actually getting any tickets at all since I live in the United States and the hours of difference are enormous. report to the moderator
  • Posted on 1 September 2014 at 17:17
    To Paul Didden, who wrote: "OGAE gets most of the Final tickets and they sell them to their members. That is unfair for all the fans who are not a member :-( "

    This beggars the question: If you are a fan, why are you not a member of your local OGAE? I have been a member of OGAE UK for years and have always got tickets. That's what they're for. It's worth the £30 a year fee, you get a members' magazine every few months which is always worth a read, and you can relax in the run-up to the festival as they do all the hard work for you AND you're all sitting together too. Well worth it in my opinion.

    Of course, I don't know what OGAE Netherlands is like, but surely this must be your first port of call. Even if I didn't go to the festival, I'd still be a member of my OGAE.

    Plus, you get discounted entry into various Eurovision events throughout the year and in Eurovision week itself. report to the moderator
  • Posted on 1 September 2014 at 08:05
    OGAE gets most of the Final tickets and they sell them to their members. That is unfair for all the fans who are not a member :-( report to the moderator
  • Posted on 28 August 2014 at 20:28
    I am hoping to get tickets too!
    Keep looking at Eurovision.tv for news and updates.
    Hope I don't miss out. report to the moderator
  • Posted on 26 August 2014 at 19:00
    hobe that i can get to tickets to the show. Thats is my wish for Christmas report to the moderator