Due to the ongoing pandemic, the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 will be done a little bit differently than usual, and the amount of audience will be limited to just 3,500 people. But… the audience is allowed to watch the dress rehearsals, the semi-final, and the final night live!
Also, those who have in hand last year’s ticket at hand remain valid and will be given first preference! Meanwhile, those attending are required to show a negative test that was done not less than 24 hours beforehand, and they are also required to test again after 5 days.
The audience must also abide by certain rules, such as time restrictions allocated for the show, and the use of a mask is necessary.
Other than that, works on the stage are done and dusted and they’ve already kicked off with the technical rehearsals too!
The semi-finals will take place on 18 and 20 May, with the final night taking place on May 22. Malta will be closing off the first semi-final on May 18 with the song Je Me Casse by our Destiny!