The tickets for Finland’s Eurovision 2024 selection UMK, went on sale earlier today, and during this, it has been revealed that tickets for the live show were sold out in less than an hour.
Live Final Tickets sold out, Rehearsal tickets still available
Yle has confirmed that tickets for the live show were sold out in record time, and thank the international fans for the immense support and invited those who were unlucky to obtain a ticket for the final show to watch the dress rehearsal taking place earlier in the day.
We’d like to thank all of our international fans for the immense interest in the UMK24 final show: tickets were booked in record time!!🎫🎫 And no need to despair if you missed out this time, you will now be able to reserve tickets for the General on the same day through lippu.fi/umk🕺The dress rehearsal will feature the same artists as the actual final show. 💜
If you are interested in purchasing a ticket for the dress rehearsal, you can do so right here.
Finland’s Eurovision Journey
Finland debuted in the 1961 Eurovision Song Contest, finishing 10th with Laila Kunnunen’s “Valoa ikkunassa.” Since then they have competed 56 times, and appeared in the final 48 times. Finland has finished in the top 10 an impressive 14 times. They have won the contest once in 2006, with Lordi’s performance of “Hard Rock Hallelujah” getting 292 points.
Finland’s most recent entry was “Cha Cha Cha” by Käärijä. He won the first semi-final in Liverpool, thus qualifying for the final. At the close of voting, he gained a total of 526 points, earning them 2nd place – Finland’s second best result of all time. Käärijä received 376 points from the televote, and an extra 150 points from the juries.
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News Source: YLE
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