The BBC is in discussions with the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) to possibly host the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest in the United Kingdom. This comes after the producers agreed that the next year event would not take place in Ukraine.
As the sale of tickets for the next years Song Contest will begin when the host city and arena has been chosen, you may find out how to get tickets, as well as the selection of ticket agencies and other event schedules.
For the first time in 24 years, the United Kingdom may host the international songwriting competition. British cities are eager to organize the event, and supporters cannot wait to get their tickets.
How to get Eurovision 2023 tickets
Tickets for the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest will be available for free in late 2022, according to Eurovision World.
The tickets will be on sale as long as the host city and arena have been selected, as well as the selection of a particular ticket agency. A floor plan of the arena, stage design, green room, and camera placement also must be arranged.
For information about tickets, visit the Eurovision website.
The ticket cost has reportedly varied from year to year in terms of quantity. Over previous years, the cheapest tickets were for semi-final performances, and the most expensive tickets were for the Grand Final live show.
Most recent, Eurovision2022 tickets cost between 10 and 350 euros for the diverse events.
Tickets for nine shows, including nine rehearsals and three live shows, are expected to be on sale.
In the past, a number of tickets have been reserved for members of one of the official Eurovision fan clubs around the world. The tickets will be sold via the officialEurovision fan clubs.
For the first time in 24 years, the UK might feature a contest.
The winning country of the Eurovision Song Contest has traditionally been given the honour of hosting the following years event.
Unfortunately, the participants of the seminars determined that after a thorough assessment and feasibility study, the next year event could not take place in Ukraine due to the ongoing war following Russia''s invasion.
The BBC is in discussions with the European Broadcasting Union on the 17th June to possibly host the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest in the United Kingdom.
The United Kingdom has hosted Eurovision more than any other country, a total of eight times, and has taken over host duties for other countries on four occasions.
In 1960, the Netherlands hosted France in 1963, Monaco in 1972, and Luxembourg in 1974.
The victory at Katrina and the Waves meant they were last held in Birmingham in 1998. Harrogate, Brighton, Edinburgh, and London have both been host cities.
Potential cities for the upcoming event
If the UK is declared as the host country, cities would have to demonstrate they have the proper facilities and enter a negotiation process.
Scotland''s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon expressed her displeasure that Eurovisionis would not be held in Ukraine, but added that she can envision a suitable venue on the banks of the River Clyde, implying that the 14,300-capacity OVO Hydro arena in Glasgow might be a possibility venue.
Bev Craig, the head of Manchester City Council, waved the city''s hat in the ring in a tweet, suggesting that this is Manchester''s call.
After the city had anticipated to be the European Capital of Culture in 2023, the city would not compete in this contest, according to the Leeds City Council.
Sadiq Khantweeted that the UK capital would accept Eurovision with open arms, according to London''s mayor.
MP for the Cardiff Wests suggests that Eurovision be held at the Principality Stadium (roof closed) Cardiff, with 70,000 partygoers on the verge of a brain.
The Liverpool City Council has offered to take on the show, declaring that the city already has a musical reputation around the world.