The studio versions of the final songs in San Marino have been released on the official 1in360 YouTube channel.
After the first two shows in San Marino, the eleven candidates to go to Eurovision 2018 have narrowed down their available songs. All artists sang two acoustic songs and a jury choose which song remains in the running.
Eleven acts are in the running to represent San Marino at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. All these artists will sing two songs, devided in two semi finals.
San Marino has revealed the full list of participants for its national final. Eleven artists will take part, who together possess no less than nine different nationalities. Only one of the participants comes from San Marino.
Emma Sandström, who placed third at the Finnish UMK 2017 with “Circle of Light”, has received the first wildcard for a national final in San Marino. The other two wildcards will be handed out to two artists out of no less than 1050 submitted entries.
San Marino will take part in the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 in Lisbon. The state broadcaster San Marino RTV confirmed their participation and says they will look for their act on the internet.
Valentina Monetta is not ruling out a potential fifth participation at the Eurovision Song Contest. She said this at her press meet and greet after the first rehearsal of ‘Spirit of the night’, her fourth participating song in the contest.
San Marino, the smallest nation that takes part in the Eurovision Song Contest, has released a public statement about the decision of host country Ukraine to ban Russia’s participant Yulia Samoylova to enter the country.
Valentina Monetta will have her fourth attempt at Eurovision in six years. With less than 48 hours until the official deadline to submit songs, San Marino have announced that Monetta will sing a duet with Jimmie Wilson: Spirit of the Night.
The proposal from the San Marinese broadcaster SMRTV will be discussed in the Reference Group. Despite the fact that the rules for the 2017 contest have already been set, it is not too late to change the rules if the Reference Group agrees to it.