Info in English

Where can I buy tickets?
You can buy tickets to shows that are not sold out by visiting the Billetlugen website. If you have other questions regarding tickets, you can call Billetlugen on +45 70 263 267 or look them up on Facebook.

How do I get to B&W-Hallerne?
Further information about transportation to and from the arena will be issued by Billetlugen.

How do I join the fanclub?
By visiting the website of OGAE International, you can find links to the national affiliates of the unofficial fanclub of the Eurovision Song Contest. These can also be found on Facebook.

How can I apply to be a volunteer in Copenhagen during the contest?
You can apply by visiting Visit Copenhagen’s website.

What can I experience in Copenhagen?
In addition to the three shows on Refshaleøen, you can visit the Euro Fan Cafe at Huset on Magstræde. Furthermore, the delegations and VIPs can party at the Euroclub, which will be hosted at VEGA. Tourists and other guests can explore the Eurovision Fan Mile where many activities will take place from the end of April – you can also get married during the Eurovision Song Contest.

Where can I stay in Copenhagen?
You can find information about hotel accommodation and transportation by visiting VisitCopenhagen’s website – they can also be found on Facebook.

What can I experience in the rest of Denmark?
The Eurovision Song Contest is dedicated to all of Denmark. You see more about what is happening around the country by visiting VisitDenmark’s website.

Am I allowed to show the Eurovision Song Contest on a big screen?
You are allowed to show the broadcast on a big screen as long as you comply with these terms and conditions.

Can I watch the Eurovision Song Contest abroad?
You can watch a live stream of the show on Eurovision.tv or by tuning in to the channels of the participating and affiliate broadcasters.

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