András Kállay-Saunders (Eurovision 2014) and Pápai Joci (Eurovision 2017) take part in A Dal 2019, the Hungarian preselection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. They are among the 30 candidates in Hungary, a list that features a lot of familiar faces.
The Hungarian delegation was not satisfied with the camera work during their first rehearsal. Sources within the delegation have confirmed to ESCDaily that the delegation requests much more camera shots of the guitarist stage diving.
On Wednesday May 2nd at 12:00 o’clock sharp, rehearsals start for one of the most remarkable participants in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Metal band AWS from Hungary will take the stage in Lisbon. And while they do, many will wonder whether lead singer Örs Siklósi [read more…]
After three heats, two semi finals and one grand final, A Dal 2018 has it’s conclusion. AWS won the music competition in Hungary and has won the ticket to the Eurovision Song Contest 2018.
It’s the final night of A Dal 2018 in Hungary. A couple of rock groups are serious contenders for the victory tonight in Budapest. Ultimate question is, who will please the jury and televoters to grab the Hungarian ticket to Lisbon?
This weekend, as a part of another ‘Super Saturday’, we’ll be watching eight acts take part in the A Dal Grand Final. The winner will represent Hungary at Eurovision 2018. With all acts offering something different for a variety of audiences, it is sure to [read more…]
AWS has won the second semi final of A Dal and will take part as one of the favourites in the final in Hungary next week. Other qualifiers are Viktor Kiraly, Tamás Horváth and yesyes.
The Hungarian preselection A Dal will go towards the final decision. The first semi final has been won by Gergely Danielfy and the song ‘Azt mondtad’.
Over the course of three quarter finals, Hungary has sent 18 participants through to the semies of their preselection A Dal. Biggest name of the competition is Viktor Király, however, he will meet a lot of rockbands in the competition.
On Saturday night, the trio Nikoletta Szőke, Attila Kökény and Róbert Szakcsi won the third heat in A Dal in Hungary, while Reni Tolvai was eliminated for the third time. ESCDaily’s editor Robin Tas followed the show and gives in-depth reviews of all performances.