The UK Government has announced that 3000 tickets will be available for the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest, in Liverpool, for displaced Ukrainians currently based in the United Kingdom.
A BBC Spokesperson had the following to say:
“The BBC welcomes the UK Government’s scheme to fund tickets to the Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool for displaced Ukrainians. As host broadcaster the BBC is committed to ensuring this year’s Contest is a celebration of both British and Ukrainian culture and we appreciate the financial support of the UK Government towards the event.
The process to apply for these subsidised tickets is being designed, managed, and operated by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport and they will release more details about the opportunity in the coming weeks.
For more information on the Government’s tickets for displaced Ukrainians please visit gov.uk/dcms.
Further details on general release tickets will be issued in due course.”
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Author: Richard Taylor
Categories: BBC, Eurovision 2021, Eurovision 2023, Ukraine, United Kingdom
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