NTU, the Ukrainian and host national broadcaster of the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest, has opened their search for an official ticket agent for the upcoming competition.
Opening submissions yesterday, NTU is currently looking for an experienced ticket agency to collaborate with in the sales of the upcoming 2017 Eurovision Song Contest tickets.
NTU is looking for an agency with a modern and high-tech website, capable of taking in the mass amount of ticket purchases from an international audience set in the weeks to come. The system must be well-tested with sales and bookings, which must guaranteeing the security of user’s personal data.
The ticket sales will cover a total of 9 shows; 6 general rehearsals including the family and jury shows, as well as the 3 live shows set to take place on the 9, 11 and 13 May 2017.
Applications along with an NDA can be submitted to the broadcaster by the 21 November via the email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Earlier this week, the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) revealed that tickets for the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest are most likely to go on sale in January 2017.
Preparations underway in Kyiv
Meetings have been taking place throughout Kyiv over the past number of days, with discussions and preparations underway for the upcoming competition including a number of special conferences around the city.