ISRAEL – The Euroclub will open its doors on May 11 and will be located in Hangar 11 of the port of Tel Aviv. As usual, the accredited media and fans can access the venue with their accreditation. However, unlike Lisbon, the members of the different OGAEs will be able to buy a weekly pass to the Euroclub, as happened in Copenhagen.
Israeli public television (KAN) has confirmed that at least 1,000 tickets will go on sale to access the Euroclub during the week of the festival.
Tickets will be available to members of the different OGAE clubs and will cost ILS 500 (approximately € 125) for the 8 nights the venue will remain open. Tickets will include access to the party after the “Carpet Orange”, as well as the party after the Grand Final.
KAN is still working on Euroclub programming, although everything seems to indicate that both Eurovision 2019 artists and past festivals will perform throughout the week, including several winners of the contest. The chain expects to publish the program next week, at the same time that the tickets go on sale.
As happened in Lisbon, the fans of the festival will be divided into two different venues: Euroclub and Eurocafé.
KAN will announce its programming and the method of buying tickets next week.