Denmark: Submission window for Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2024 are now open

DR, the public broadcaster of Denmark, has already started preparing the country’s greatest music show for 2024, namely the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix, the national final for Eurovision 2024. With the submission window opening today, the country is ready to select their new representative.

The submission window will be open until Friday October 27, and those interested can read the rules and apply their proposals, in the specified website.

“The winning song, with its high quality, must have the potential to represent Danish music and Danish culture in the most distinguished way at the Eurovision Song Contest.”

For yet another year, the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix, will take place directly with the Grand Final and with eight songs competing. What is more, some of the rules stat that:

  • Either the artist, lyricist or composer, have to be Danish citizens, or have an equally strong relation to Denmark
  • Citizens of Greenland and the Faroe Islands can also take part
  • The competing song must be up to three minutes in duration and must not be reproduce anywhere publicly without DR’s consent
  • Composers and lyricists can tae part with multiple songs
  • The songs can be performed in any language
  • The winning song, must be performed, both in DMG and Eurovision, live and with 100% live vocals

The previous winner of DMGP and Denmark’s representative in Eurovision 2023, was Reiley with his song “Breaking my Heart”, who didn’t manage to qualify for the final, leaving his country out for the third year in a row:

Stay tuned on Eurovisionfun for all the news regarding the Danish participation at the Eurovision Song Contest 2024, in Malmö!


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