Italy: Sanremo Giovani 2022 has just been completed!

The night of Sanremo Giovani 2022, the subcategory of the Sanremo Festival for new artists, has just come to an end.

12 artists competed to win a place among the already known Big participants of Sanremo 2023, however according to this year’s regulations by Sanremo’s artistic director and presenter Amadeus, only 6 of them managed to secure a place among the Big at the Festival in February. The 6 artists we will soon be seeing and hearing from again, therefore, are the following:

  • Shari
  • Colla Zio
  • Sethu
  • Will
  • Olly

Out of which gIANMARIA was declared the winner with the song La città che odi.

The 6 of them will, of course, compete with different songs at the Sanremo Festival than in today’s Sanremo Giovani final, whose titles are revealed below.

Sanremo song titles

In addition to the appearances of the Sanremo Giovani contestants and the announcement of the winners, the official presentation of Sanremo 2023’s Big participants also took place, where the titles of their songs were revealed:

  • Ultimo Alba
  • Tananai Tango 
  • MadameIl bene nel male
  • GiorgiaParole dette male
  • Mr. RainSupereroi
  • ElodieDue
  • Gianluca GrignaniQuando ti manca il fiato
  • Marco MengoniDue vite
  • Anna OxaSali (Canto dell’anima)
  • LazzaCenere
  • Mara SatteiDuemila minuti
  • ModàLasciami
  • Paola e ChiaraFurore
  • Colapesce DimartinoSplash
  • Leo GassmannTerzo cuore
  • Articolo 31Un bel viaggio
  • ArieteMare di guai
  • I Cugini di CampagnaLettera 22
  • Levante Vivo
  • Coma_Cose – L’addio
  • LDA – Se poi domani
  • Rosa Chemical – Made in Italy
  • gIANMARIA – Mostro
  • Colla Zio – Non mi va
  • Shari – Egoista
  • Olly – Polvere
  • Sethu – Cause perse
  • Will – Stupido

We remind you that Sanremo 2023 will take place from 7 to 11 February 2023.

Stay tuned to Eurovisionfun for all news regarding Sanremo 2023 and Italy’s participation in Eurovision 2023!

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