Today, Thursday October 26th 2023 at 12:00 CET, the tickets for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2023 in Nice (France) go on sale. Junior Eurovision 2023 will take place on November 26th 2023 at 16:00 CET in the Palais Nikaïa.
You can buy tickets here: https://www.nikaia.fr/programmation/eurovision-junior.
Junior Eurovision 2023
The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2023 will be the 21st edition of the contest, and the prices of the tickets are the following:
- Seated tickets: 20 euro
- Standing tickets: 15 euro
What is unique in Junior Eurovision 2023?
The unique thing about Junior Eurovision 2023 is that Estonia will compete for the first time in the junior contest. Germany makes its return after being absent for one year; this also means that the Big Five all compete in Junior Eurovision this year.
Which countries and artists will compete in Junior Eurovision 2023?
Below you can find a list of which countries and artists will compete in Eurovision 2023.
- Albania – Viola Gjyzeli – Bota ime
- Armenia – Yan Girls – Do It My Way
- Estonia – Arhanna – Hoiame kokku
- France – Zoé Clauzure – Coeur
- Georgia – Anastasia and Ranina – Over the Sky
- Germany – Fia – Ohne Worte
- Ireland – Jessica McKean – Aislin
- Italy – Melissa and Ranya – Un mondo giusto
- Malta – Yulan – Stronger
- Netherlands – Sep and Jasmijn – Holding On to You
- North Macedonia – Tamara Grujeska – Kaži mi, kaži mi koj
- Poland – Maja Krzyżewska – I Just Need a Friend
- Portugal – Júlia Machado – Where I Belong
- Spain – Sandra Valero – Loviu
- Ukraine – Anastasia Dymyd – Kvitka
- United Kingdom – Stand Uniqu3 – Back to Life
Junior Eurovision 2022
The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2022 was organized in the capital of Armenia, Yerevan. This contest was won by France’s Lissandro with the song “Oh, Mamman”. Because of France’s win the contest will be organized in Nice in November of 2023.