Now that the UK has officially announced that Tik Tok star Sam Ryder will be representing the nation at Eurovision, you may want to find out how to bag some tickets. 

This year the singing contest is being held in Turin in Italy after rock band Måneskin took the crown last year with their hit song Zitti E Buoni.

But the big question on everyone's mind is how can you go and experience that chaotic, glamour, and sometimes bizarre night that is the Eurovision song contest. 

The grand final will take place on Saturday, May 14 at 8pm in Turin at the PalaOlimpico which is the country's largest indoor arena. 

How to get tickets to Eurovision: 

In past years tickets typically went on sale the November before the event, but the ongoing Covid pandemic has seen a change to the usual running schedule with each hosting nation having different travel restrictions and requirements. 

Although there is not yet a specific date for ticket sales, Eurovision has said that it will be announced very soon. 

In a statement they said: "We encourage fans to be patient and to only buy tickets through the official ticketing partner’s website when it’s announced on in the coming weeks."

But we do know that you can get some 'special tickets' when they do go on sale. 

Special Tickets are for those that belong to the Eurovision Fan Club, members of the club can get discounted tickets and entry to the 'special fan zone'.