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Junior Eurovision 2021 ticket information

Tickets for Junior Eurovision are available to buy from the official La Seine Musicale website from Wednesday 3 November at 11:00 CET.

Entry subject to La Seine Musicale’s COVID-19 protocol.

E-tickets only.

Jury Show

Saturday 18 December, 17:00 CET

Carré Or (Gold seats): €73
Catégorie 1 (Category 1): €55
Catégorie 2 (Category 2): €39
Fosse Debout (Standing): €29

Pack Famille (Family Pack) (4 persons):
Catégorie 1 (Category 1): €150
Catégorie 2 (Category 2): €110

Live Show

Sunday 19 December 16:00 CET

Carré Or (Gold seats): €83
Catégorie 1 (Category 1): €65
Catégorie 2 (Category 2): €49
Fosse Debout (Standing): €39

Pack Famille (Family Pack) (4 persons):
Catégorie 1 (Category 1): €180
Catégorie 2 (Category 2): €135

Accessibility:

The venue has a range of options available for those with accessibility needs. Please consult the La Seine Musicale website.

COVID-19 protocol for all ticket holders:

  • Arrive at the venue 90 minutes before the advertised time.

  • Face masks mandatory at all times

  • Valid Passe Sanitaire (Health Pass) compulsory.

Passe Sanitaire (Health Pass) in France:

  • A negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of the show (PCR test, antigen test or self-test supervised by a health professional).

  • An official certificate of recovery recognised by French authorities: a positive screening test, PCR or antigen of more than 11 days and less than 6 months validity.

  • A complete vaccination certificate recognised by the EU.

Vaccines must be recognised by the European Medicines Agency (EMA): full details can be found on the French government website.

Please note:

  • These documents are valid only if they include a QR code.

  • Serological tests and self-tests not supervised by a health professional are not approved as a Passe Sanitaire.

  • Passe Sanitaire applies to all persons over the age of 12 years and 2 months.

Those travelling from abroad are advised to check and consider domestic travel restrictions as well as any requirements that the French government has put (or may put) in place.