Junior Eurovision

Ticket sales for Junior Eurovision 2021 starts! Buy yours now!

A few moments ago the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has officially opened the ticket sales for Junior Eurovision 2021, which will be held in Paris at La Seine Musicale on December 19.

If you are interested to go, you can buy your tickets now starting from 29 Euro at the official webpage of La Seine Musicale.

Of course, you must take into account certain important aspects before purchasing tickets, as the French “Passe Sanitaire”, “Healt Pass” or “Health Certificate” in the rest of the European Union will be mandatory to access to La Seine Musicale. If you want to enter to La Seine Musicale for Junior Eurovision 2021, it will be obligatory to submit one of the following three supporting documents:

  • A negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of the show (PCR test, antigen test or self-test supervised by a health professional).
  • An official certificate of recovery recognised by French authorities: a positive screening test, PCR or antigen of more than 11 days and less than 6 months validity.
  • A complete vaccination certificate recognised by the EU.

It is recommended to present the test result in digital format. However, it will be possible to have it in PDF format in your mobile phone or physically printed on paper. In accordance with the guidelines of the Ministry of Health, this pass is required for adults and children from 12 years of age. Spectators who do not reside in France must bring an official health document from their country that should be valid in the rest of the European Union, participants and delegations included. It will be mandatory to wear a mask throughout La Seine Musicale (queues, performance halls, bars, esplanade, etc.). The security and reception teams will also wear a mask, which should be changed every 4 hours. And it will be also mandatory to arrive at least 90 minutes before the start of the shows.


Tickets, which are available for the rehearsals on Saturday, December 18 and for the live show on Sunday, December 19, have prices starting at 29 euro depending on the location where they are and the event for which the tickets are purchased.

rehearsal (18-12)

Single TicketsGold Seats73€
Category 155€
Category 236€
Familiar pack (4 people)Category 1150€ (instead of 220€)
Category 2110€ (instead of 156€)


Single ticketsGold Seats83€
Category 165€
Category 249€
Familiar pack (4 people)Category 1180€ (instead of 260€)
Category 2135€ (instead of 196€)


The intention for now is to cover the full capacity of the venue, but everything could change depending on the evolution of the Covid-19 pandemic in the coming weeks, which will influence on whether all the tickets could go out or not.

The initial idea is to sell approximately 3,250 tickets, of which 1,000 would be destined for the public located on the floor in front of the stage, while the rest will be for the people who will sit in the stands.

Spectators placed on the floor could also be seated as a precaution and health protection measure, with the aim to reduce the number of particles that could be spilled if the audience is dancing standing and moving. However, this is another aspect that is still under evaluation.

Are you looking forward on getting the Eurovision family of events back to normal? Are you trying to travel to Paris to enjoy live the Junior Eurovision 2021 edition? Tell us more in comments!

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