News surrounding the Eurovision Village for Liverpool 2023 has been revealed by the Liverpool Echo. The revelation was made through a letter sent to the residents of the Mann Island Building which sits near Pier Head, the site for this year’s Eurovision Village. The letter states:

“The fan zone will be open for nine days and will close with the Eurovision final on Saturday, May 13. The fan zone will be family-friendly during the day and will broadcast the semi-finals and finals on a big screen as well as having personal appearances and music from performers.

Other than for the final itself, all events will be free to attend. It will open each day at 1pm and will close with everybody dispersing by 11pm, other than on the final. This includes the two semi-finals on Tuesday, May 9 and Thursday, May 11. Everyone attending the Eurovision final on Saturday will be dispersed by 12:30am.”

Notably, all Eurovision Village events except for the Grand Final on 13 May will be free for fans to attend. The Eurovision Village in Liverpool is expected to have a capacity of around 25,000 people and will be one of many fan sites planned across the UK. The site sits on Liverpool’s iconic skyline which towers over the site that will allow for easy access to the M&S Bank Arena, the venue for this year’s Eurovision.

What do #YOU think about the plans for the Eurovision Village in Liverpool this year? Let us know on social media @ESCUnited, on our discord, or on our forum page!

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