Bosnia and Herzegovina will not participate in the Eurovision Song Contest next year. BHRT have confirmed today that they will not be participating in the 2018 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest.
Bosnia & Herzegovina will not participate in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017. Thus says broadcaster BHRT on Twitter. ESC Daily had already reported earlier that financial reforms in the Bosnian law make it almost impossible for BHRT to fund their trip to Kiev.
Bosnia & Herzegovina will under the current circumstances not be able to participate in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017. Broadcaster BHRT does not have enough funding available and does not see any opportunities for external funding so far.
Bosnia & Herzegovina is one of the few nations that has a song in their own language at this years Eurovision Song Contest. Deen, Ana, Dilal en Jala explained to ESCDaily.com why they made that decision.
With 43 participating countries, the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest equals the record previously set in Düsseldorf. But it is not the only record that is met this year! Never have there been more returning artists in one edition of Eurovision than this year.
The participation of Bosnia & Herzegovina at the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 is no longer at risk. After the incident within the delegation on which we reported yesterday, composer Almir Ajanović has decided to withdraw from the delegation.
Three members of the Eurovision song contest team from Bosnia and Herzegovina were involved in a fight during the program shooting for TV Hayat. According to several Bosnian media outlets. broadcaster BHRT hints on a potential withdrawal as a result of the tensions within the [read more…]
In tonight’s performance in Vijećnica (City Hall) in Sarajevo, Dalal Midhat Talakić, Fuad Backović Deen, Ana Rucner and Jasmin Fazlić Jala presented the song “Ljubav je”, the Bosnia and Herzegovina choice for Eurovision 2016.
Bosnia & Herzegovina will premier its entry for the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest at 20:10 CET on 19th February during a special ceremony which will take place in Sarajevo’s City Hall, according to the broadcaster BHRT.
Deen will return to the Eurovision stage in 2016. The 33 year old singer will represent Bosnia & Herzegovina for the second time in his career, this time performing a duet with Dalal Midhat-Talakic. Celloist Ana Rucner will also be involved in the Bosnian entry.