The Eurovision Executive Supervisor, Jon Ola Sand, has announced today the delay of the ticket sales for Eurovision 2017, which was due to take place earlier this month. Apparently, a few problems need to be fixed to ensure a smooth transaction in the tickets sale.
“We are disappointed with the delay to the start of ticket sales for the Eurovision Song Contest 2017, but are working closely with Host Broadcaster UA:PBC to resolve this situation. The EBU recognises that any tender process needs to be transparent and fair, and hope that tickets can go on sale at the earliest possible opportunity”, said Jon Ola Sand.
A total of 43 countries will compete at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017, which will take place on May 9, 11 and 13 in Kiev’s National Exhibition Center.