TEKO 2016: Vote in the 6th Heat Now!

TEKO 2016 smTHE Eurovision KnockOut 2016 – It’s time to vote in the sixth heat of this year’s TEKO competition; a knockout format (similar to the World Cup). Today you can start voting for the next three hopefuls, Malta, Spain and Romania  who will fight for a place in the second round!  


Please listen to the three competing entries:

MaltaMalta – Ira Losco – ‘Walk on water

Spain Spain – Barei – ‘Say yay!

RomaniaRomania – Ovidiu Anton – ‘Moment of silence


To hear the song click on the respective flag!

The Voting:

As you have now listened to all three songs, let’s go on with the voting. Please vote for your personal favourite out of the three songs.

Europe… start voting now! (and visitors from the rest of the world of course!)

Unlike other polls on this website you will not see the current standings of the voting! The qualifiers of the Heats will be revealed on this blog every few days, so stay tuned! Come back tomorrow for Heat 7!

*The voting periods for the following heats might vary and you might be able to vote for several heats at a time.


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64 comments on “TEKO 2016: Vote in the 6th Heat Now!

  1. Spain , what else

  2. Hmmm…

    Malta: Kinda passed me by at first, but is growing a little. Has a touch of the Florences grafted onto a 90s ‘funky drummer’ loop.

    Spain: This one still has immediate impact with a joyous vibe throughout. That childish dance is very ill advised though and will distract from a song that doesn’t need such a limp gimmick.

    Romania: This is from a bad musical, isn’t it? Laughably atrocious. Nice sword action, mind. Bring back Seling & Ovi!

    My vote goes to… Spain!

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