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Eurovision 2024 ticket sale details confirmed

Eurovision 2024 ticket sale details confirmed
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Ticket sale details for next year's Eurovision Song Contest in Malmo, Sweden are confirmed.

Eurovision organisers have confirmed that tickets for next year's contest will go on sale next Tuesday, November 28.

The event is being staged in Malmo, Sweden at the 15,500-capacity Malmo Arena following Loreen's victory in Liverpool earlier this year.

Tickets will be available for nine shows taking place between May 6 and May 11, comprising two rehearsals and the live final for each of the semi-finals and the grand final.

"It feels great to invite everyone to a Eurovision-week in Malmö in May," said exec producer Ebba Adielsson.

"There are tickets available for purchase to nine shows and a lot of people will have the chance to see the show live at the arena. The tickets will be released on Tuesday, so it is an opportunity to purchase a memorable and unique Christmas present."

Tickets will be available via from 9am UK (10am CET) on Tuesday.

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