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.
The trio Nikoletta Szőke, Attila Kökény and Róbert Szakcsi Lakatos have won the third quarter final of A Dal in Hungary. Reni Tolvai did not qualify for the semi finals.
On Saturday night, metalband AWS won the second heat in A Dal in Hungary while Ádam Szabó’s band yesyes also qualified. ESCDaily’s editor Robin Tas followed the show and gives in-depth reviews of all performances.
Metalband AWS has won the second quarter final of A Dal in Hungary. Ádam Szabó and his band yesyes also qualified for the semi finals.
Former participants Leander Kills and Viktor Király (pictured above) have lved up to their expectations in the first heat of A Dal in Hungary. Both acts have qualified for the semi final stage, with Leander Kills even winning the first show.
Hungary has released the list of participants for A Dal 2018, the competition which will be used once again to select the act for the Eurovision Song Contest. There are a lot of debuting acts in the show, but also some familiar names like Viktor [read more…]
We take a look at the aftermath of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017. In this episode we look at the eighth place for Hungary this year with the song ‘Origo’ by Pápai Joci.
In recent years, Roma gypsy songs took part in A Dal before. But ‘Origo’ was the first song that actually won the contest in Hungary. The song by Joci Pápai might have a big impact on the country, says our chief editor Steef van Gorkum.