Tickets for Eurovision to go on sale on February 8th

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According to the EBU, a week from today, precisely on Monday 8th at 9:00 CET, the ticket sales for the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest to be held on Oslo will begin. 90.000 tickets are available at Billettservice, both through their online portal, as well as through their call centre. As the only authorized reseller of tickets for the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest, a ticket purchase link for Billettservice will be provided on eurovision.tv as well.

All Eurovision events will be held at the Telenor Arena in Bærum, which is located 15 minutes outside the city centre and can only be reached via public transport, as there will be no parking opportunity around the arena.

Tickets can be purchased for the following events:

  • the first semi final, to be held on May 25th
  • the second semi final, to be held on May 27th
  • the second dress rehearsalof the final, to be held on May 28th
  • the third dress rehearsal of the final, to be held on May 29th
  • the final, to be held on May 29th

Tickets can be purchased in three different categories (A/B/C) :

  • First Semi-Final (live!) – 25 May, 21:00 (doors open at 18:30 and close at 20:15)
    Ticket prices: 600 (A), 450 (B), 300 (C) NOK
  • Second Semi-Final (live!) – 27 May, 21:00 (doors open at 18:30 and close at 20:15)
    Ticket prices: 600 (A), 450 (B), 300 (C) NOK
  • Final (second Dress Rehearsal) – 28 May, 21:00 (doors open at 18:30 and close at 20:15)
    Ticket prices: 600 (A), 450 (B), 300 (C) NOK
  • Final (third Dress Rehearsal) – 29 May, 13:00 (doors open at 10:30 and close at 12:15)
    Ticket prices: 600 (A), 450 (B), 300 (C) NOK
  • Final (live!) – 29 May, 21:00 (doors open at 18:15 and close at 20:15)
    Ticket prices: 1600 (A), 1200 (B), 800 (C) NOK
  • Additionally, a booking fee ranging from 25- 45 NOK depening on ticket category, will be added to the booking.

    Accredited journalists are free to watch the first dress rehearsal of all three shows but have to purchase regular tickets in order to attend the live shows.

    Traditionally, host broadcaster NRK and the EBU granted the OGAE fanclub tickets for all shows at the fan section, located in front of the stage. For further information, please get in touch with your local fan club representative.

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