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Junior Eurovision: Sixteen countries present in Malta Check out the list of participants for Eurovision 2015 Sweden: Sanna Nielsen to host Melodifestivalen Italy: Winner Sanremo will go to Vienna Serbia: Vladimir Graić will compose another Eurosong Macedonia: Ilievski and Todeska will try again
 

Junior Eurovision: Sixteen countries present in Malta

No less than sixteen countries will take part in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2014, to be held in November in Malta. After a couple of “small years”, this will be making it the biggest contest since 17 took part in Rotterdam in 2007.

Check out the list of participants for Eurovision 2015

LAST UPDATE September 30th 2014 Who will take part in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 in Austria next year? Here at ESC Daily, we follow everything throughout the year and give you updates on the nations that are on board

Sweden: Sanna Nielsen to host Melodifestivalen

Sanna Nielsen will host Melodifestivalen 2015, together with Swedish comedian and presenter Robin Paulsson. Las year, Nielsen got Sweden a third place in Copenhagen with the song ‘Undo’.

Italy: Winner Sanremo will go to Vienna

The winner of the Sanremo Music Festival 2015 will represent Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest next year in Vienna. The last time the winner of the famous contest was the Italian artist in Eurovision was 2013, when Marco Mengoni finished in 7th place with L’essenziale.

Serbia: Vladimir Graić will compose another Eurosong

Vladimir Graić will compose the Serbian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015. This news from Serbian broadcaster RTS also means that the Balkan-country will officially return to the contest next year.

Macedonia: Ilievski and Todeska will try again

Vlatko Ilievski (ESC 2011) and Tamara Todevska (ESC 2008) will try to represent their country FYR Macedonia once again. They are listed amongst 18 other contestants in Skopjefest 2014.

Austria: Four shows planned in February

30 September 2014

Austria is being serious in its attempt to get a consecutive win on home soil next year in Vienna. The Austrian national final will consist of four prime time shows in February, with some of the country’s most successful musicians involved in the casting process.

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Posted in Austria, Eurovision, News, Vienna 20150 Comments

Junior Eurovision: Sixteen countries present in Malta

30 September 2014

No less than sixteen countries will take part in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2014, to be held in November in Malta. After a couple of “small years”, this will be making it the biggest contest since 17 took part in Rotterdam in 2007.

Read the full story

Posted in Homepage, Junior Eurovision, News0 Comments

Check out the list of participants for Eurovision 2015

30 September 2014

LAST UPDATE September 30th 2014 Who will take part in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 in Austria next year? Here at ESC Daily, we follow everything throughout the year and give you updates on the nations that are on board

Read the full story

Posted in Homepage, News, Vienna 201510 Comments

Sweden: Sanna Nielsen to host Melodifestivalen

29 September 2014

Sanna Nielsen will host Melodifestivalen 2015, together with Swedish comedian and presenter Robin Paulsson. Las year, Nielsen got Sweden a third place in Copenhagen with the song ‘Undo’.

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Posted in Eurovision, Homepage, News, Sweden, Vienna 20151 Comment

Italy: Winner Sanremo will go to Vienna

29 September 2014

The winner of the Sanremo Music Festival 2015 will represent Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest next year in Vienna. The last time the winner of the famous contest was the Italian artist in Eurovision was 2013, when Marco Mengoni finished in 7th place with L’essenziale.

Read the full story

Posted in Eurovision, Homepage, Italy, News, Vienna 20150 Comments

Serbia: Vladimir Graić will compose another Eurosong

27 September 2014

Vladimir Graić will compose the Serbian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015. This news from Serbian broadcaster RTS also means that the Balkan-country will officially return to the contest next year.

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Posted in Eurovision, Homepage, News, Serbia, Vienna 20150 Comments

Malta: Former ESC-stars in shortlist National Final

27 September 2014

Five former Eurovision-participants from Malta will try to represent their country again next year in Austria. Gianluca Bezzina (2013), Glen Vella (2011), Olivia Lewis (2007), Ludwig Galea (2004) and Miriam Christine (1996) are on the shortlist with 48 artists for the Maltese national final.

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Posted in Eurovision, Malta, News, Vienna 20150 Comments

Macedonia: Ilievski and Todeska will try again

27 September 2014

Vlatko Ilievski (ESC 2011) and Tamara Todevska (ESC 2008) will try to represent their country FYR Macedonia once again. They are listed amongst 18 other contestants in Skopjefest 2014.

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Posted in Eurovision, FYR Macedonia, Homepage, News, Vienna 20151 Comment

Bulgarian broadcaster: ’41 countries in Vienna’

26 September 2014

Bulgarian broadcaster BNT expects that 41 countries will take part in the Eurovision Song Contest next year. With this news, they do not only implicitly confirm their own particpation, but also speculate that Israel and San Marino will come to Vienna.

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Sweden: Cities & dates for MF announced

25 September 2014

SVT, the national broadcaster of Sweden, has announced the six cities that will host the shows of the Melodifestivalen 2015.

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