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3,000 Eurovision tickets available for displaced Ukrainians


Around 3,000 tickets are set to be made available for displaced Ukrainians living in the UK to attend this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.

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The 2023 competition will take place in Liverpool in May, who beat Glasgow to stage the contest on behalf of Ukraine after organisers deemed the country unable to host the event due to their ongoing war with Russia.

The Government has agreed to make tickets available for the event so that they can mark Kalush Orchestra‘s victory following last year’s event.

Those who are based in the UK via the Homes for Ukraine Scheme, the Ukraine Family Scheme and the Ukraine Extension Scheme will be able to apply for tickets, for all nine live shows, including the semi-finals, the preview shows and the live final on May 13.

Kalush Orchestra. CREDIT: Jens Sage

Further details of the application process for the tickets for displaced Ukrainians will be announced in the coming weeks.

Although Ukraine won the competition in 2022 it was unable to host due to Russia’s invasion in the country.

A further £10 million in funding has also been allocated to help support Liverpool City Council and the BBC’s…

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