Albania: Watch the performances from the first night of FiK 61!

The first night of Festivali i Këngës 61 through which Albania’s representative for Eurovision 2023 in Liverpool will be selected, has been completed. Overall, 26 artists will compete in the contest. The first night was held in Pallati i Kongreseve at Tirana, where we heard the 13 first songs for the first time with a live orchestra and we watched the staging they suggest for the contest. Arbana Osmani is the presenter for FiK 61.

You can watch the performances of the first night at the links below:

  1. Enxhi Nasufi – “Burrë”
  2. Erma Mici – “Kozmosi i dashurisë”
  3. Fabian Basha – “Një gotë”
  4. Anduel Kovaçi – “Malli”
  5. Fifi – “Stop”
  6. Urban Band – “Në çdo hap”
  7. 2 Farm – “Atomike”
  8. Sara Kapo – “Para teje”
  9. Rezarta Smaja – “N’Eden”
  10. Albina & Familja Kelmendi – “Duje”
  11. Sergio Hajdini – “Vështirë”
  12. Luna Causholli – “Jetën ta fal”
  13. Rovena Dilo – “Motit”

Unlike previous editions, at FiK 61 the first prize of Festivali i Këngës will be determined from the professional jury and from a special media jury seen for the first time, while the song that will represent Albania in Eurovision 2023 will be selected with the televoting through SMS.

Also, Arbana Osmani has presented the professional jury members for the Festival.

The professional jury is comprised of:

  • Genc Saliu
  • Alma Bektashi
  • Zhani Ciko
  • Rita Petro
  • Elton Deda

We remind you that the artists we are going to see tomorrow are:

  1. Melodajn Mancaku
  2. Permit of stay
  3. Arsi Bako
  4. Gjergj Kaçinari
  5. Franc Koruni
  6. Petrit Çarkaxhiu
  7. Elsa Lila
  8. Gent Hoxha
  9. Evi Reçi
  10. Manjola Nallbani
  11. Lynx
  12. Alban & Lore
  13. Vanesa Sono

The final of Festivali i Këngës 61 will be held on Thursday, December 22nd at 22:00 EET where we are going to meet the next Albanian representative.

Stay tuned to Eurovisionfun for all the news regarding Albania’s participation in Eurovision 2023!

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