Eurovision 2019: Information on how to reach the Expo complex

The Eurovision Song Contest, under the slogan 'Dare to Dream' will be held for the 64th time this year and for the first time in Tel Aviv, with 41 countries.

By BENJY SINGER
May 13, 2019 20:12
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Kobi Marimi rehearses for the Eurovision at Expo Tel Aviv on Sunday.

Kobi Marimi rehearses for the Eurovision at Expo Tel Aviv on Sunday.. (photo credit: ANDRES PUTTING/EBU)

 
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Tel Aviv is in Eurovision mode with festivities, which commenced on Sunday evening, continuing on through the week.

Semi-finals will take place on Tuesday and Thursday evening, with the final contest on Saturday night.

Here are details of how to view the competition on these days - May 14, 16 and 18, at the Expo complex in Tel Aviv:

Evening and afternoon performances - General rehearsals and two half-finals performances:


Doors for the show will open at 2 pm and close at 3:30 pm for the audiences' briefing. We recommend arriving early, as security checks can take time.

For the Saturday afternoon show:

Doors for the show will open at noon and at 2:00 pm for the viewers' briefing. We recommend arriving early, as security checks can take time.

For both shows:

Parking (paid) for the shows will be at the Ganei Yehoshua and Heichal Shlomo parking lots. Entrance to parking lots is from Rokach Street.

No bags will be allowed into the hall. It is recommended to leave the bags in vehicles or arrive without them. You can deposit your bags (paid) by gate 7.

At the order of the police, no weapons, knives or sharp objects, alcohol, animals, drinking cans, scavengers, drinking bottles, slippery sticks or other objects will be allowed in.

The full list is on the "Laan" site.


The general public is encouraged to use public transport and details are on the website of the Tel Aviv Municipality.

For your notice: The entrance to the event is only from the P7 gate of the Tel Aviv Expo located on Isaac Ramba Street near the entrance to Heichal Shlomo. No other entry will be permitted.

The disabled parking is also near the P7 gate.

The ticket box is at the P7 gate and will open an hour before the opening of the gates.

Notices for the disabled:

Disabled and handicapped parking will be in the parking garage on Isaac Ramba Street near the G7 entrance of the exhibition grounds. The entrance to the disabled seating area will be from hall B2 from the hall lobby directly to the special seating area.


All Eurovision 2019 performances will be broadcast on "Kan", the Israeli Broadcasting Corporation.

The Eurovision Song Contest, under the slogan 'Dare to Dream' will be held for the 64th time this year and for the first time in Tel Aviv, with 41 countries participating.

For further information and details :

Ron Granot 054-7105105 rongranot@gmail.com
Roee Katz 050-2377909 roei@debby.co.il

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