Second Wave Of Tickets: 30th January 2020

The second batch of tickets for the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest will be released on Thursday the 30th of January at 12:00 CET.

On Thursday the 30th of January at 12:00 midday, the second of three waves of tickets will be released to the public via (International customers) or by Songfestival-Tickets (Dutch customers). The tickets will officially be available by Paylogic, this year’s official ticketing partner. Ticket prices below include the €3.50 service charge.


  • An Early Bird discount is available in the first batch of sales (12th December) for Semi-Final shows.
  • €5 will be added onto each ticket for a Semi-Final show during the second and third batch of sales.

Ticket Types

  • Standing places (on the arena floor)
  • Seated seats (1st and 2nd tier)
  • ‘Limited view’ seats
  • Accessible seats

Ticket Pricing

  • Semi-Final Family Shows – €18.50 up to €58.50
  • Grand Final Family Show – €48.50 up to €98.50
  • Jury Shows – €28.50 up to € 108.50
  • Semi-Final One & Two (Live Show) – up to €158.50
  • Grand Final (Live Show) – up to €248.50
Semi-Final – Second Wave – Ticket Pricing – Photo:
Grand Final – Second Wave – Ticket Pricing – Photo:

Accessible Seating

You can only book accessible seating via this number: +31 20 225 1116

Per accessible seat, you are permitted to bring one other person with you. You need to pay for their ticket also.

Ticket System

Get prepared before 12 noon. When entering the site, you will be given a random spot in the virtual queue, meaning that the system is not based on ‘first come, first served’. Arriving after 12 will result in you being placed at the end of the virtual queue. The system also allows everyone to get their hands on tickets, and to prevent ticket scammers and re-sellers from buying bulk, as a maximum of four tickets for each show is only available.

Purchasing Different Tickets For Different Shows At The Same Time

To purchase tickets for different shows you need to enter the relevant queue for that particular show. More than one queue can be entered at one time. Up to 4 tickets per person can be bought for each show. A different transaction needs to be completed for each individual show.

Payment Methods

You can pay for your tickets via the following payment methods:

  • iDEAL
  • Paypal
  • Credit card (Mastercard & Visa)
  • Sofortüberweisung
  • Bancontact


You will receive a confirmation e-mail after completing the order with payment. You must personalise your tickets in order to confirm your identity, and the name on your tickets cannot be changed afterwards.

Paylogic Contact Details

Check out the FAQ on the customer service website of Paylogic.

If your question is still not answered then you can contact Paylogic via e-mail.

Finalising Your Purchase

After selecting your tickets, you only have five minutes to complete your purchase. You will be timed out after five minutes, so make sure to prepare all necessary details before the sale.

Limited View Tickets

Limited view tickets were not available to purchase during the first wave of ticket sales, but you can now purchase them in the second batch. These tickets offer an experience in Rotterdam at an affordable price. The clue is in the name, you will be allocated a space in the arena which may be blocked by the audience, green room, stage, lighting, cameras and more.

Rotterdam Ahoy

For directions and arena info, head to the Ahoy’s official website.

More Information

  • Information on stage design here.
  • Information on branding here.
  • Information on the three presenters here.
  • Information on the city here.
  • Information on the participating countries here.

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