Eurovision 2017: Increased number of tickets in the last upcoming sale wave

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Still looking for tickets to this year’s Eurovision Song Contest? The last wave of tickets will go on sale soon with a higher number than planned before, as the indoor construction of the hall slightly changed after installing the stage and the additional equipment successfully.

The complete installation, which uses every centimeter of the hall efficiently, will provide more space, mainly at the fan zone (standing area in front of stage). However, about 2% of the tickets will be re-allocated due to the changes, and their buyers will get contacted by the official ticket provider Concert.UA in order to get a ticket in another place, free of charge, or a refund.

As the entrance to the International Exhibition Centre in Kyiv will feature an airport-style security, fans are encouraged to arrive at the arena two hours before the start of the shows, and have their ID cards or passports ready.

The actual date of the last wave is not known yet. Tickets for the nine shows are yet available for sale via the official provider Concert.UA – so don’t wait and check now if any desirable seats are available for any of the nine shows.

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