Sweden: Melfest Submission Period Open!

melodifestivalen swedenSweden – The 1st of September heralds another ESC season with today being the day you can start releasing / publishing potential entries for the 2016 competition. Cue Sweden launching it’s registration procedure for its national selection, Melodifestivalen 2016Continue Reading »

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Litesound to Play in Amsterdam

LitesoundFormer Participants – Former participants of Belarus, Litesound, who represented their country in 2012 in Azerbaijan, are to play a concert in the Netherlands. The concert will take place at CC Muziekcafe on 2nd October 2015 from 21.00h(CET). Entrance fee is only €5.  Continue Reading »


Denmark: Will Select February 13th

DenmarkDenmark – Nationa Broadcater DR will again choose its representative via Dansk Melodi Grand Prix.  The final will take place on 13th February 2016 in Horsens’ Forum. Horsens has a capacity of 3,500 to 4,000 people.  Continue Reading »


Greece: We will be in Stockholm!

greeceGreece – More good news as the Greek national broadcaster ERT has confirmed that it will be participating in Eurovision 2016. Greek media announced that the Board of ERT approved the commitment by the organisation for  Greek participation in the 61st contest of Eurovision.  Continue Reading »


Spain: Celtic Rock Band Mägo de Oz Wants to Represent Spain

Mägo de Oz smallSpain – The Spanish folk rock band Mägo de Oz (Wizard of Oz) have told the Spanish media that they would love to represent Spain at Eurovision, even though they know rock music doesn’t always do too well at the contest. Continue Reading »


Loïc Nottet Performs with Orchestra

Loic NottetFormer Participants – Belgium’s Loïc Nottet recently performed ‘Rhythm Inside‘, accompanied by a symphony orchestra, in a concert in Amsterdam. The event was dedicated to the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo.  Continue Reading »


Czech Republic: Confirms Participation in 2016

CzechrepublicCzech Republic – TheCzech national broadcaster Ceska Televize (CT) has confirmed that the country will again take part in Eurovision in 2016.  The Czechs returned last year after a five year break, but failed to qualify for the final, causing concern that they would leave again.  Continue Reading »


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