The 2005 Eurovision Song Contest ticket sales still aren't running smoothly. After the sales had been delayed twice, everything was supposed to take off yesterday, but for the third time host broadcaster NTU made a false start. Eurovision Song Contest Supervisor Svante Stockselius reacts…
Esctoday.com received many complaints from visitors who have unsuccessfully tried to book their tickets for one of the events of the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest. Esctoday.com has forwarded your complaints to the Eurovision Song Contest's Supervisor Svante Stockselius. “I regret your experiences of trying to buy tickets to the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest,” he reacts.
Many of our visitors had the impression that the Ukrainian broadcaster NTU is trying to keep the tickets for the Ukrainian market instead of selling them to the fans in Europe. “The sales of tickets is solely procedured by the host broadcaster,” explains Stockselius. “The tickets will definitely be on sale, 1/3 of the tickets are reserved for online buyers from outside Ukraine.”
Svante Stockselius promised us to forward the complaints to the host broadcaster NTU who is responsible for the tickets sales. “NTU assured us that the ticket sale would be effective as of today, I will now again ask for their explanation.” As soon as we receive more information regarding the ticket sales, esctoday.com will keep you informed.