Things to Know When You Go to Eurovision

3. Get tickets for EuroClub

EuroClub is the Eurovision night club and fan zone. During the day the venue hosts an internet cafe featuring visits from the performers and delegations. In the evenings the venue becomes a dance hall with DJs spinning all the fun Eurovision tracks. EuroClub is also where the afterparty happens after each live show, so you will likely cut a rug with the qualifiers.

The good news: you only need to buy one ticket for EuroClub. You’ll receive a lanyard or wristband that will give you access for the remainder of the Contest. We were only able to attend once, but even that was worth the price of admission.

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