Serbia: Pesma Za Evroviziju ’24 songs will be released on January 25!

Just a short while ago, the Serbian broadcaster RTS announced that the songs that will be competing in Pesma Za Evroviziju ’24, the country’s national final for Eurovision 2024, will be unveiled on January 25.

Pesma Za Evroviziju ’24 was discussed by Nenad Pribak, the chairman of OGAE Serbia, and Srđan Mladenović from RTS’s Corporate Image and Public Relations Department in a recent, slightly different episode of the RTS Eurovision Story podcast.

Srđan Mladenović announced that the festival is well underway and that all songs will be released on various music platforms and the official YouTube channel “RTS Eurovision Song” on January 25. The semi-final artist lineup will be revealed at the same time. The top eight performers from each semi-final advance to the final, with a total of 14 artists competing in both rounds.

A modification to the public voting announcement method for Pesma Za Evroviziju ’24 was also disclosed via the podcast:

We’re also going to alter how the votes are announced in the final this year. Thus, this year’s vote announcement will follow the Eurovision concept, stated Srđan Mladenović.

He went on to say that the jury’s point total would match the public’s point total and that the announcement process will follow the same guidelines as the Eurovision Song Contest.

It’s a technical process. It’s not something we didn’t want to do. It’s something that has to be implemented from start to finish, and now we’re ready for it.

PZE2024’s semi-finals are scheduled for February 27 and 29, while the grand final is scheduled for Saturday, March 2. The following acts are set to perform at Pesma Za Evroviziju ’24:

  1. Nemanja Radošević – Jutra bez tebe
  2. Bojana x David – No No No
  3. Marko Mandić – Dno
  4. Dušan Kurtić – Zbog tebe živim
  5. Milan Bujaković – Moje tvoje
  6. Hydrogen – Nemoguća misija
  7. Kat Dosa – Tajni začin
  8. Filarri – Ko je ta žena
  9. M.IRA – Percepcija
  10. Saša Báša i Virtual Ritual – Elektroljubav
  11. Hristina – Bedem
  12. Kavala – Vavilon
  13. Martina Vrbos – Da me voliš
  14. Breskvica – Orlovo gnezdo
  15. Ivana Vladović – Jaka
  16. Lena Kovačević – Zovi me Lena
  17. Keni nije mrtav – Dijamanti
  18. Zejna – Najbolja
  19. Konstrakta – Novo, bolje
  20. Iva Lorens – Dom
  21. Zorja – Lik u ogledalu
  22. Yanx – Kolo
  23. Chai – Sama
  24. Durlanski – Muzika
  25. Nadia – Sudari
  26. Džordži – Luna park
  27. Filip Baloš – Duga je noć
  28. Teya Dora – Ramonda

Luke Black represented Serbia at the Liverpool after  winning the 2023 national final with the song “Samo mi se spava”. He placed twenty-fourth overall.

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Source: RTS 

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