The first wave of ticket sales for the 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest will open on 29 October from 07:00 CET. The first tickets available for purchase will be standing tickets, for both the evening dress rehearsal and the Grand Final. There will be 1,200 tickets available across the two shows (600 for each show). Fans will be able to purchase tickets priced at various levels from €1 from ticketing website www.tkt.ge.
The 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest is only a few week away. The contest will be held in Georgia for the first time and will take place Tbilisi’s Olympic Palace on Sunday 26th November. This year’s show will feature a brand new online voting format that will allow viewers across the world to cast votes for their favourite artists.
Jon Ola Sand, the EBU’s Head of Live Events said: "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."
Further information about the next wave of tickets, including seated tickets, will be revealed at a later date. Get your tickets at www.tkt.ge. It is strongly recommended that tickets are only purchased through the official ticketing site.