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11,000 spectators, 4 announcers and €427 for the most expensive ticket: this is the Eurovision Song Contest in numbers | Eurovision SongFestival

Eurovision Song ContestThe Eurovision Song Contest is incredibly popular, so everything is being done to make this edition in Liverpool a success. Overview in numbers.

* 26: Participating countries. Ten from the first semi-final and ten from the second, complemented by the Big Five and Ukraine – last year’s winner. Spain, Germany, Great Britain, France and Italy are the biggest sponsors, which automatically grant them a place in the final edition of each edition.

* 11,000 spectators join in support tonight at the Bank Arena in Liverpool. The first Eurovision Song Contest that – after Corona – can go on for a full hall again, and therefore it is good for a fully packed hall. By comparison: last year the auditorium in Turin was only half full, with seven thousand fans.

* 427: Euros is the most expensive ticket to attend the final broadcast live. Then you have the place with the best view, at the front of the stage. A price increase of 77 euros compared to last year.

* 4: Presenters. During the semi-finals, there were three more: British presenters Alesha Dixon and Hannah Waddingham, and Ukrainian Julia Sanina. During the closing show they were joined by Graham Norton.

* 37: Number of members of national juries voting.

* 38: The number of “countries” that voted. These are the 37 participating countries, an additional “country” made up of votes from non-participants. Brought together as “the rest of the world,” they are considered one country.

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