Eurovision Song Contest fans will soon be able to snap up tickets for the nine shows that make up the competition.
Tickets will go on sale on Tuesday March 7 at 12:00 GMT (13:00 CET).
The UK is hosting the Eurovision Song Contest on behalf of last year’s winners Ukraine, with 160 million people set to watch the show worldwide. The competition will take place at Liverpool’s M&S Bank Arena.
Tickets will be available through Ticketmaster in every country, and fans can only purchase tickets for one show at a time. Tickets are priced from £30 (€34/$36) to £290 for the semi-final shows and from £80 to £380 for the grand final shows.
There will also be a number of free events in Liverpool to continue the Eurovision party, including EuroFest. This two-week cultural takeover, starting from May 1, will see UK and Ukrainian artists collaborate on new commissions located across the city centre.
The shows set to go on sale are an evening preview for the first semi-final on May 8 at 20:00; a semi-final afternoon preview on May 9 at 13:30 and the live first semi-final show at 20:00.
Tickets will also go on sale for the second semi-final on May 10 at 20:00; the afternoon preview on May 11 at 13:30 and the live second semi-final show on May 11 at 20:00.
Fans will be able to snap up tickets for the grand final evening preview on May 12 at 20:00; the afternoon preview on May 13 at 13:00 and the live show at 20:00.
Tickets to afternoon previews range in price from £30 to £80 for semi-finals one and two, while they will range from £80 to £190 for grand final afternoon preview. Tickets for the evening previews will cost between £60 and £210 for semi-finals one and two, and between £100 to £280 for the grand final evening preview. Tickets for the live televised shows are between £90 and £290 for the semi-finals, and from £160 to £380 for the grand final.
The UK Government also recently announced that it had allocated 3,000 tickets for displaced Ukrainians living in the UK.