UK To Host Eurovision 2023 Song Contest, as The BBC has announced. This year’s winner, Kalush Orchestra, was from Ukraine, but the country had to pull out of hosting the event.
In a comment, the broadcaster said, “It is very sad that our friends and colleagues in Ukraine won’t be able to host the Eurovision Song Contest in 2023.” Eurovision Song Contest is a signature event in the world of Entertainment.
“It is a great honor to be asked to host the world’s largest and most complicated music competition.”
After Russia invaded Ukraine and started a war there, the broadcaster said that it is “determined to make the event a true reflection of Ukrainian culture while also showcasing the diversity of British music and creativity.”
Eurovision 2023 Location: Which Uk City May Host the Eurovision Song Contest in 2023?
Following the revelation that the UK will host Eurovision in 2023 and that Ukraine has been formally disqualified, the following are the top six Eurovision 2023 locations that bookies believe are most likely to host the competition when it is televised by the BBC:
Councilors Anthony Flynn and Seamas De Faoite have pushed the Northern Irish city to submit a proposal since the SSE Arena at the Odyssey Complex in the Titanic Quarter can hold 12,000 spectators.
The Principality Stadium in the Welsh city of Cardiff can hold a whopping 74,000 people and has a roof. It hosted every FA Cup final from 2001 to 2006. Wales has never hosted the competition before.
The AO Arena in Manchester can hold up to 21,000 people, and it is also very close to the BBC’s main studio in Salford. But Sir Elton John and Magic Mike are already set to perform at the arena in May of next year.
Birmingham has already shown that it can host Eurovision. In 1998, Katrina and the Waves’ song “Love Shine a Light,” which won the year before, was performed there.
The competition has been held in the English capital four times in the past. The last time was in 1977. The show could take place at either the 12,500-person-capacity Wembley Arena or the 20,000-person-capacity O2 Arena. London is a prime Eurovision 2023 location.
The bookies’ favorite right now is Glasgow, which is in Scotland. In 1972, Eurovision was held in Edinburgh. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has already suggested the city, which was named the UK’s most creative and cultural city in 2019.
Eurovision 2023 Date
The 67th Eurovision Song Contest will be held in 2023. It is held every year. It will be held in May 2023 in the UK on behalf of the winning country, Ukraine, from the year before.
The EBU said that the logo will represent the “unique staging of next year’s Contest and the cooperation between the host country and this year’s winners.”
Nadine Dorries, the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport, posted on Twitter: “It’s official. Eurovision is going to be in the UK.
Boris Johnson Replies To Mykola Chernotytskyi Twitter
Head of UA: Managing PBC’s Board Mykola Chernotytskyi said, “The 2023 Eurovision Song Contest isn’t in Ukraine, but it will be in support of Ukraine.”
“We’re glad that our partners at the BBC stood with us. Together, I’m sure we’ll be able to bring the spirit of Ukraine to this event and bring all of Europe back together around our shared values of peace, support, celebrating diversity, and talent.’
Boris Johnson wrote in response to the news that the UK will host the annual show in 2023: “Last week, President ZelenskyyUa and I agreed that wherever Eurovision 2023 is held, it must be a celebration of Ukraine and its people.”
“Since we are now the hosts, the UK will keep its promise and put on a great competition for our Ukrainian friends.”
After the announcement, the bid for the host city will start this week. The BBC and the EBU will work together to run the process, which should be done by the fall.
Also, in case you missed Eurovision 2022 Song Contest, here is the OFFICIAL RECAP for you.
How to get Eurovision 2023 Tickets
We expect that tickets for the 2023 show will be sold through a platform based in the UK. But this information hasn’t been made public yet.
Once the organizers announce when tickets will go on sale, Eurovision fans will probably be able to create an account with the ticket sellers and sign up to be notified when tickets go on sale.
Eurovision 2023 Tickets Price
Tickets for the live final of Eurovision cost between €150 and €350, while tickets for the family show, which was earlier that same day, cost between €40 and €150. From €20 to €250, people could buy tickets to the jury shows and semi-finals.