Junior Eurovision Tickets on sale from the 29th of October!

We’re very quickly approaching the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, and with most of the acts now announced, it was time we heard some organisational news about the contest itself. We now know a date for the first wave of tickets to go on sale for fans wishing to attend the contest in Tbilisi on the 26th of November.

The first sales wave will open on the 29th of October from 07:00 CET. The tickets available in this wave are standing tickets for the evening dress rehearsal and the Grand Final show. Between the two, there will be 1200 tickets available, therefore 600 for each show. There will be different pricing levels starting at €1. You can buy tickets for the show at www.tkt.ge. Further information about seated tickets will be announced at a later date. As per usual, it’s recommended that tickets are bought from the official ticketing site.

Jon Ola Sand has commented on the progress of the organisation of the contest, saying, ‘We are excited for people from all over the world to enjoy this year’s show that is shaping up brilliantly. 16 remarkable acts, a spectacular stage, wonderful hosts and a brand-new voting system will make this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest the most memorable yet. For some of these young artists, this competition keeps proving to be a great platform to start their career in the music industry, as Destiny’s participation in Britain’s Got Talent 2017 showed’

It’s been a while since the new voting system was announced, so for a refresher, you can check out our previous article here!

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