This year, the Eurovision Song Contest’s Grand Final will be hosted in Liverpool on Saturday 13 May on behalf of last year’s winners Ukraine. Year after year the Eurovision Song Contest is a feast for the senses with its laugh-out-loud commentary, outrageous performances, and extravagant entertainment.
If you’ve not managed to bag the golden tickets, don’t worry – you’re not too far from the action. Here are some venues planning to go all out for the celebrations in Blackpool.
Eurovision Fan Zone at Blackpool Pleasure Beach
Watch the big night on the big screen in the Paradise room at the UK’s most ride intensive amusement park. Cheer on your table’s country and go head-to-head with the rest as the hosts guide you through the night’s entertainment.
Why not enjoy plenty of pre-show action and spend the day at the park? There’s something for everyone – from high octane thrills of the Big One, Infusion and ICON to friendly favourites like the Steeplechase, the Derby Racer and the Flying Machines. Even better, experience the much-anticipated return of the world’s best dark ride, Valhalla, as it continues its technical rehearsals following a £4 million reimaging.
£20 per person | From 7pm – 1am. Book tickets
VIVA Blackpool Eurovision Song Contest Party
Join VIVA Blackpool for an unforgettable night of music, fun, and entertainment. They have everything you need to support your country in style, from one of the biggest indoor screens in Blackpool to the legendary host of the north, Miss Rory. Known for her hilarious commentary and quick wit, Miss Rory will keep you entertained throughout the night with her unique blend of humour and charm. Expect themed Eurovision bingo, fun party games and a glass of fizz on arrival.
Boasting a four hour interactive experience, it’s an unmissable invitation to party the night away.
From £20 per person | 7.30pm – end of the contest. Book tickets
The Eurovision Song Contest will be screened in select UK cinemas for the first time in the event’s history, allowing fans to come together and be ‘united by music’, and Blackpool has made the cut!
The contest will be live streamed in amazing picture and sound quality for a viewing experience like no other.
Adult: £17.50 , Child: £12.50 | Book tickets