Junior Eurovision

Tickets for Junior Eurovision 2021 to go on sale in next few days!


Preparations for the 19th edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest continue in full swing in France and today we finally got news about something that many fans are waiting for, will be possible to buy tickets and enjoy the event at La Seine Musicale live?

The answer is yes and as ESCplus has known exclusively, the first wave of tickets will go on sale soon. 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.

In the coming days we will know more details. 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!


The 19th Junior Eurovision Song Contest will take place on Sunday 19 December at the La Seine Musicale – a spectacular concert hall located on Île Seguin (Seguin Island) on the Seine river.

The venue is one of the most impressive and beautiful in all of Europe, and since opening in 2017 it has fast become an iconic cultural facility aiming to bring all music to all audiences.

This edition will be characterized by once again counting among its participants with a greater number of countries in competition, being a total of 19

The slogan of the contest is ‘Imagine’. A simple and effective slogan, chosen for several reasons. First of all, for the echoes of Valentina’s song that won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Warsaw in 2020.

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