Two tickets to the Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final are now up for grabs in a week-long Red Nose Day prize draw
Winner will get to experience the unrivalled magic of the most coveted event of the year so far
Prize also includes meeting Rylan and Scott Mills who will provide commentary of the Semi-Finals to UK viewers
Money raised will support people struggling with the cost-of-living crisis and tackle issues such as homelessness, mental health, and food poverty in the UK and around the world
Red Nose Day is back on Friday 17 March
Find out how you can enter the special prize draw at comicrelief.com/win
Monday 13 March: Euro in for a treat with Red Nose Day’s brand-new prize draw launching today as two tickets to the sold-out Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final - the most coveted event of the year so far - are now up for grabs.
Announced live by Zoe Ball on her BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show this morning, the week-long ‘Liverpool Calling’ prize draw will give one lucky winner and their guest the chance to experience the unrivalled magic of the Eurovision Song Contest when it takes place in Liverpool this May, while also helping to raise life changing money for Red Nose Day.
As tickets to the Grand Final extravaganza on Saturday 13 May sold out in just over 30 minutes last week, this prize is so out of this world, even a Space Man will want to enter.
If you’re still Making Your Mind Up whether to enter or not, this fantastic prize also includes travel to Liverpool, one night in a top hotel, and a meet and greet with Rylan and Scott Mills, who will be providing their insightful and colourful commentary for UK viewers during the BBC One broadcast of the Semi-Finals.
The international singing competition will take place at the Liverpool Arena and this year’s theme is ‘United By Music’, demonstrating the partnership between the United Kingdom and Ukraine, who won the Eurovision Song Contest in 2022.
To find out how to enter this exciting Eurovision prize draw, and for full terms and conditions, visit comicrelief.com/win(opens in new window)
Lulu said: “This is going to be such a special event – it’s the first time the UK has hosted since 1998. There’s nothing like being in the room and experiencing the energy and theatre of Eurovision with fans from around the world. You’re really not going to want to miss it!”
Scott Mills said: "Eurovision is one of my favourite events of the year and it's brilliant that Comic Relief is going to make dreams come true for one lucky Eurovision fan. Head over to Comic Relief's website and get your entries in. Good luck everyone!"
Samir Patel, CEO of Comic Relief, said: “We are absolutely delighted to offer our supporters the chance to win tickets to the highly anticipated sold-out Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final, which will no doubt be a truly memorable evening full of surprises. Head to comicrelief.com/win to find out how to enter - the money raised will help people facing the toughest times in their lives in the UK and around the world. Thank you to all who enter, and good luck!”
Money raised will support people struggling with the cost-of-living crisis and tackle issues such as homelessness, mental health, and food poverty in the UK and around the world. Because of your donations, Comic Relief has been able to support emergencies such as the drought in East Africa, the war in Ukraine and the recent, heart-breaking earthquake in Syria and Turkey.
To enter the Eurovision prize draw, visit comicrelief.com/win(opens in new window)
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NOTES TO EDITORS
About Red Nose Day
Red Nose Day is back on Friday 17 March 2023.
Once a year, we all come together to help those who need it most – and we have a great time doing it. So, this year, whether you bake a cake or sponsor your mates, buy a Red Nose or donate on your phone, let’s make Red Nose Day the best day ever. Together we can help people going through the toughest times of their lives and help them break free from the effects of poverty, in the UK and around the world.
Whatever you’re able to do this year - you’ll be part of something incredible and most importantly you’ll be helping to change people’s lives for the better. Visit www.comicrelief.com/rednoseday or follow @ComicRelief on social media for the latest Red Nose Day content, news and information.
Red Nose Day is an initiative of Comic Relief.
About Comic Relief
Comic Relief uses the power of humour and popular culture to engage people to help others and raises money to support organisations working towards a just world free from poverty.
Our mission combines Comic and Relief. We believe that helping others can be easy and fun, even in the face of the challenges we face every day.
Everyone should be able to have a decent standard of living and to live life with dignity and respect – but right now, in the UK and around the world, poverty and injustice restrict too many of us. We know that a better world is possible. We provide funding to fantastic organisations who are closest to the communities who can make change happen. We support work that will help to alleviate poverty’s consequences, tackle related injustices, and address the link between climate change and poverty.
For information about Comic Relief and the work it carries out, please visit www.comicrelief.com or follow @ComicRelief on social media for the latest content, news and information.
Comic Relief is the operating name of Charity Projects, registered charity in England & Wales (326568) and Scotland (SC039730).