Armenia

Armenia: Artsvik Reveals “Fly With Me”

Armenia – Armenia were one of the first nations to start their search for their Eurovision representative when Depi Evratesil started in October 2016. In December, Artsvik was declared the winner beating off runner up Marta.

Poll: Who Should Represent Armenia?

Armenia – Tonight is the Grand Final of Depi Evratesil which has been airing since October.  Contestants have been competing to become one of four acts in a group led by one of the six Judges and tonight it all comes to a head when the final two fight to become the Nations Eurovision Act

Armenia: Down to the Final Six Contestants

Armenia – The Armenian national selection programme Depi Evratesil has reduced the number of contestants down to six in its latest episode. The semi-final will take place next week. It is expected that the final winner will be chosen by a jury / SMS 50-50 vote. 

Armenia: 12 Acts Left in National Selection

Armenia – The unfathomable Depi Evratesil continues in Armenia and after several weeks it appears to be down to the last 12 contestants. It is expected that the final winner will be chosen at sometime in December by a jury / SMS 50-50 vote. 

Armenia: 12 More Artists Qualify

Armenia – Last night saw the second episode of Depi Evratesil broadcast and 12 more acts have progressed to the next round of the Armenian national selection process.  

Armenia: 12 Artists Through to Next Round

Armenia – Last night saw the first episode of Depi Evratesil broadcast and 12 acts have progressed to the next round of the Armenia national selection process. The judging panel consisted of Hayko (2007), Inga (2009 & 2015) & Anush(2009), Aram MP3 (2014), Essaï Altounian (2015) and Iveta Mukuchyan (2016). 

Armenia: Selection Process Starts Tonight!

Armenia – Tonight sees the start of a lengthy 3-month process to choose Armenia’s representative for the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest. The new national selection process is called Depi Evratesil (To Eurovision). Former Armenia Eurovision artists make up the judging panel.