Lithuania: Pabandom iš naujo 2023 Heat 2 tonight!

Pabandom iš naujo 2023 continues tonight, the process of choosing the representative of Lithuania in Eurovision 2023. In the next five weeks, the Baltic country is called upon to choose the artist who will represent it in Liverpool at the 67th Eurovision Song Contest.

As it is known, Pabandom iš naujo 2023 consists of five shows: two heats, two semifinals and the grand final. The result for all 5 nights will be determined 50% by the TV audience and 50% by a five-member jury. For the first time, the judges will not be revealed, with the results announced at the end of each show to ensure that the audience’s vote is not affected.

Presenters of this year’s edition of Pabandom iš naujo are Giedrius Masalskis, Augustė Nombeko and Richardas Jonaitis.


Fifteen artists will compete in tonight’s second heat of Pabandom Iš Naujo 2023, with the ten best qualifying for the semifinals.

These artists are:

  1. Antikvariniai Kašpirovskio dantys – “Sėdi ir važiuoji”
  2. I.T. – “Žinau, tai tu”
  3. Donata – “Dreamer”
  4. Matt Len – “Midnight Train”
  5. Melona – “Song of Whispers”
  6. Monika Linkytė – “Stay”
  7. The Pixls – “Šaukt”
  8. Viktorija Faith – “If You Ever Miss Me”
  9. Agnė – “New Start”
  10. Gebrasy – “Saw Your Ghost”
  11. MoonBee – “Rumor”
  12. Voldemars Petersons – “Things”
  13. Petunija – “Love of My Life”
  14. Beatrich – “Like a Movie”
  15. Mario Junes – “Do What You Do”

We remind you that the artists have the possibility to publish their songs from the moment of their selection until the day of the start of the first qualifier on January 21. For this reason, some songs are not yet available.


Heat 1: January 21

Heat 2: January 28

Semi-final 1: February 4

Semi-final 2: February 11

Grand Final: February 18

You can watch the 2nd Heat of Pabandom iš naujo! 2023 at 20:00 CET on the official website of LRT, by clicking here.

Stay tuned to Eurovisionfun for all news regarding Lithuania’s participation in Eurovision 2022!

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