Eurovision 2023: San Marino’s First Rehearsal!

The next group that sets foot on the Eurovision 2023 stage for his first rehearsal is Piqued Jacks, representing San Marino with the alternative rock song “Like An Animal”.

Who are Piqued Jacks?

The Piqued Jacks are an Italian rock band formed in 2006 in Italy. It’s consisted by Andrea Lazzeretti, Francesco Bini, Tommaso Oliveri and Marco Sgaramella. In 2010 and 2011, the band released their first two extended plays and their first debut album was released in 2015 named “Climb Like Ivy Does”. In 2019, Piqued Jacks won the award for the Rock category at the Italian Sanremo Rock.

This year, the group participated in the San Marinize National Selection “Una Voce Per San Marino” which was the biggest national final of the year. Piqued Jacks managed to win and represent San Marino to Eurovision in Liverpool.

The Rehearsal

Unfortunately this year, accredited journalists don’t get the chance to watch the first and second rehearsals, so we only get the information and content that the organizers officially release to the public.

The group uses the LED wall as a sea with red and black graphics,and it’s clear they’re not leaving until they’ve left their heart and soul on that stage. The main singer has a huge stage presence and charisma which leads the whole performance is gritty and raw in the best possible way.

Corinne Cumming / EBU

Corinne Cumming / EBU

Below you can watch a small clip from the San Marinize first rehearsal, once it’s published on TikTok:


Full of rizz, you can smell their stage presence a mile off! 🇸🇲 #Eurovision2023 #Eurovision @Piqued Jacks

♬ original sound – Eurovision

The second rehearsal for San Marino will be held on the 5th of May, when we will know how things will appear on screen for the San Marinize entry.

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