Tickets for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2021 are due to go on sale Wednesday, 3 November.
Tickets for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2021 are due to go on sale at laseinemusicale.com on Wednesday, 3 November. As of now the time at which ticket sales open, prices and the number of tickets to be sold is not yet known. It is also not yet known if ticket holders will need a Covid vaccine to see the show. As of now in France a Covid-19 ‘health pass’ is needed to gain access to most cultural venues, meaning a recent negative test or vaccine is needed.
As of the end of August, four potential scenarios were being discussed by the EBU for JESC2021. At the time of writing broadcasters taking part in JESC2021 have not yet been requested to film a backup performance. In Scenario A or B, a maximum audience of 3,500 people would be allowed at both the jury show and the live show by the organisers but the exact number would be subject to the number of infections at the time of the show. Given that tickets are going on sale it seems likely that the EBU and French TV are confident that a live audience is possible. More open border policies mean it is also far easier for fans from outside of France to enter the country for this event. At Eurovision 2021 earlier this year most tickets went to locals due to travel restrictions at the time.
The 2021 Junior Eurovision Song Contest will take place in La Seine Musicale, Paris, France on Sunday 19th December. The contest will be hosted by France for the first time following Valentina’s victory at the 2020 contest with her song “J’imagine”.
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