Following Ukraine’s historic win at the Eurovision Song Contest 2022, it was announced that the UK would host the contest on its behalf due to Russia’s ongoing invasion of the nation.

It comes after Ukraine’s Kalush Orchestra won with their song ‘Stefania’ gaining a massive 631 points, whilst UK’s Sam Ryder took runner-up with 466 points with ‘Space Man’.

Tradition would see Ukraine take up hosting duties, however, due to the country’s conflict with Russia, the UK was chosen to host instead.

As head of the managing board of the broadcaster, Mykola Chernotytskyi said in a statement: “The 2023 Eurovision Song Contest will not be in Ukraine but in support of Ukraine. We are grateful to our BBC partners for showing solidarity with us.”

Following the announcement the UK would host on Ukraine’s behalf, a number of UK cities entered to be named host, with Liverpool, announced as the host city.

With thousands expected to visit the city to watch the international competition, tickets will be in high demand.

How to get tickets to Eurovision 2023

For Eurovision 2022, tickets went on sale just a month before the show on April 7 with the first jury show on May 9.

Seeing tickets for all nine shows including the semi and grand final all up for grabs.

With the 2022 contest held in Turin, tickets were sold by Italian ticketing company Ticket One, meaning it's likely a UK-based ticket company will be at the helm of sales for 2023.

However, the exact information has not yet been announced, organisers have shared that fans will need to register for an account with the ticket sale once shared.

Signing up to the seller will mean you will be the first notified when tickets go on sale.