The second wave of ticket sales for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 will take place on January 30.
Eurovision.tv has confirmed that the second round of ticket sales for the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest will take place on January 30. The second round of sales will see the standing tickets for all of the shows put on sale. The standing tickets were not made available in the first round which took place last week.
How does the sale work?
When the tickets go on sale, visitors waiting online will be given a random place in the virtual ticketing queue. Visitors who arrive after 12 will go to the end of the virtual queue. There is a maximum of four tickets per order. Tickets will be personalised with the details of each ticket holder and ticket holders may be asked for identification at the venue. This is to prevent any tickets being sold on the black market.
Rotterdam Resident Tickets
Around 500 Grand Final tickets and 1000 tickets for all other shows will be reserved for residents of Rotterdam. The City of Rotterdam will announce the details of the raffle for said tickets at a later date.
The Eurovision Song Contest 2020 takes place in the Ahoy Arena in Rotterdam on the May 12, 14 and 16. The Netherlands won the right to host the competition following their win in 2019 with Duncan Laurence and the song “Arcade”.