One day after the message of OGAE International that there would be no reserved tickets for members of their fanclubs for the Eurovision Song Contest, the OGAE now confirms there will be tickets for them after all.
On Tuesday, OGAE International, the EBU and the host broadcaster reached an agreement about a reservation for around 1850 places. This number entails both standing places and seated places during the shows in May.
First wave of Eurovision tickets
For non-members of a OGAE fanclub, the first wave of tickets will go on sale this Tuesday as well. This sale will start around 19:15 CET.
OGAE International bargained with the Ukranian organisation for an entire day. Their purpose was to reach an agreement before the official sale started.