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Eurovision fans are gearing up for the most exciting week of their lives: The live semi-finals, and the epic live final taking place in Liverpool’s M&S Bank Arena. This is the first time England has hosted the Eurovision Song Contest since 1998, after Katrina and the Waves’ won the competition the year prior, 1997, with Love Shine A Light. Although, this year it is being held in the UK despite the fact we didn’t win the show in 2022.

Last year, British pop icon Sam Ryder came second overall in the competition, the closest any British act has come to the top spot in well over two decades. Ryder was beaten only by the Ukrainian act Kalush Orchestra with their song Stefania. But, as the country is currently war-torn in a struggle against Russia, the privilege of hosting the contest was awarded to second place – the United Kingdom.

Now, the live semi-finals and final event are being held in just a matter of weeks at Liverpool’s massive 11,000-capacity venue.

Tickets for the shows are out now, and there are a massive amount of ticket types on offer – but act fast, as they will likely not last very long.

Tickets for the semi-finals and final of Eurovision 2023 went on sale today, Monday, April 24, 2023, at 12pm.

Tickets will only be available at Ticketmaster one of the biggest ticket retailers in the world. You can go directly to the Eurovision tickets page by clicking this link.

However, there are many different ticket options for Eurovision this year, ranging from different days and times to types of tickets.

We’ve got all the ticket information you need right here:

There are five Eurovision 2023 days of entertainment taking place across the second week of May before the massive final event kicks off.

The events begin on Monday, May 8, 2023, and run through to Saturday, May 13, 2023 – the final. This event will also be televised and aired in some cinemas around the country, as well.

Each night of entertainment will come equipped with performers from around the world, and ticket types for all your needs.

Here’s the information on every night and every kind of ticket:

Monday, May 8, 2023

Tuesday, May 9, 2023

Wednesday, May 10, 2023

Thursday, May 11, 2023

Friday, May 12, 2023

Saturday, May 13, 2023 – THE LIVE FINAL

Eurovision 2023’s entrant for the United Kingdom is Mae Muller.

The 25-year-old British star is originally from London and has just kickstarted her career in the pop music industry.

She released her first album, Chapter 1, back in 2019. She has since released an EP, No One Else, Not Even You, which hit streaming services in 2020.

Muller will be representing the United Kingdom at Eurovision with her track I Wrote a Song, which became the first UK Eurovision entry in more than ten years to break into the UK Singles Chart’s Top 40.

At the time of writing, the UK has 33/1 odds on winning Eurovision 2023 from Ladbrokes.

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