Albania was one of the first countries to pick their song for Stockholm, and now they are (almost) the last one to present the final versio of their song. ‘Përrallë‘ by Eneda Tarifa has now been turned into ‘Fairytale‘.
The winning song in Albania, “Përrallë”, will be performed in English by Eneda Tarifa at the Eurovision Song Contest 2016. The singer, who won Festivali i Këngës this weekend, has confirmed these plans to eurovision.tv.
Eneda Tarifa has won the 54th edition of the Festivali i Këngës. With her song ‘Përrallë’ (Fairytale) she came out on top of a 7-member jury vote, to win the Albanian ticket for Stockholm.
It is time for the Grand Final of the 54th edition of the Festivali i Këngës. After two semifinals and thirty candidates there are 22 songs on the Grand Final. Among them are Adrian Lulgjuraj (ESC 2013) and Luiz Ejlli (ESC 2006). Both took part [read more…]
Former Eurovision particpants Adrian Lulgjuraj and Luiz Ejlli have qualified themselves for the Grand Final of Festivali i Këngës in Albania. Tonight (Sunday) they will perform their songs again, together with 20 other participants, in order to get the first ticket for Stockholm 2016.
As was the case with the first semi final of Festivali i Këngës in Albania, you can rewatch the performances of the second semi final here at ESC Daily. The qualifiers are published in bold.
On the first night of Christmas, the first semi final of the 54th edition of Festivali i Këngës took place in Albania. The results however, remain a secret until the second semi final has been held tonight, on the 26th of December. UPD: Results now [read more…]
Watch all the rehearsal footage of today with commentary below! For the fastest news you need to follow our live-blog. The first nine countries will take to the rehearsal stage again today followed by a Press conference. ESCDaily will provide video footage of each country’s second rehearsal.
Watch all the rehearsal footage of today with commentary below! For the fastest news you need to follow our live-blog. The first nine countries have taken the rehearsal stage today, and ESCDaily has provide video footage of each country.
Adrian Lulgjuraj (picture) and Luiz Ejlli will return to Festivali i Këngës in December, in an attempt to represent Albania in the Eurovision Song Contest once again. They have already represented their country in respectively 2013 and 2006.