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Spain: Tonight the second semi-final of Benidorm Fest 2024!

As the 68th Eurovision Song Contest draws near, all eyes turn to Spain as the Benidorm Fest takes center stage. The festival, continuing tonight, will determine Spain‘s representative for Eurovision 2024, marking the third consecutive year it serves as the platform for selecting the country’s entry.

Benidorm Fest Format

The Benidorm Fest 2024 unfolds through a carefully crafted format, featuring two semifinals, each hosting eight songs. From each semifinal, four artists will advance to the grand final.

The finalists as well as the winner of Benidorm Fest 2024 and, consequently, Spain‘s Eurovision 2024 representative, will emerge through a combination of evaluations:

  • 50% from a professional jury, consisting of eight members, which consists of:
    1. Beatriz Luengo (Actress, dancer, singer, composer, renowned for her roles in the iconic series “Un Paso Adelante” and her musical achievements, including two Latin Grammy awards – Head of the Jury Panel)
    2. Guille Milkway (Producer, DJ, singer of La Casa Azul)
    3. Ángela Carrasco (Singer, actress)
    4. Carlos Baute (Spanish singer, composer, actor, and presenter)
    5. Lee Smithurst (Head of the United Kingdom’s Eurovision delegation)
    6. Nicoline Refsing (Artistic Director at Eurovision 2014)
    7. David Tserunyan (Head of the Armenian delegation)
    8. Marta Piekarska (Head of the Polish delegation)
  • 25% from a public vote, conducted through telephonic calls and SMS.
  • 25% from a poll committee.

Benidorm Fest 2024 Schedule:

  • First Semifinal: January 30
  • Second Semifinal: February 1
  • Grand Final: February 3

Finalists

From Tuesday’s first semi-final, four artists have qualified for the grand final of the Benidorm Festival which will take place on Saturday. These artists are:

1. Nebulossa

2. Angy Fernández

3. Sofia Coll

4. Miss Caffeina

Second Semifinal Lineup:

Tonight’s second semifinal promises fierce competition as eight talented artists vie for the last four spots in the grand final. The participating artists and their songs are:

  1. María Peláe – Remitente
  2. Dellacruz – Beso En La Mañana
  3. MARLENA – Amor De Verano
  4. St. Pedro – Dos Extraños
  5. Jorge González – Caliente
  6. Yoly Saa – No Se Me Olvida
  7. Roger Padrós – El Temps
  8. Almácor – Brillos Platino

The vibrant festival will take place at the Palacio de Deportes L’Illa in Alicante, with the experienced duo of Ruth Lorenzo, Spain’s Eurovision 2014 representative, and Marc Calderó serving as hosts. Ana Prada will take charge in the Green Room.

Catch all the excitement of Spain’s musical celebration by tuning in to the Benidorm Fest 2024. The second semifinal will be broadcast at 22:50 CET and you can watch it by clicking HERE.

Last year’s Benidorm Fest winner, Blanca Paloma, represented Spain in Liverpool with the song “Eaea,” securing the 17th position in the final scoreboard.

Stay tuned to Eurovisionfun for the latest updates on Spain’s journey to Eurovision 2024! The captivating selection process is set to unfold, and the Eurovision stage awaits Spain’s next musical ambassador. Don’t miss a beat of this thrilling musical journey!

Spain: Tonight the first semi-final of Benidorm Fest 2024!

As the 68th Eurovision Song Contest draws near, all eyes turn to Spain as the Benidorm Fest takes center stage. The festival, starting tonight, will determine Spain‘s representative for Eurovision 2024, marking the third consecutive year it serves as the platform for selecting the country’s entry.

Benidorm Fest Format

The Benidorm Fest 2024 unfolds through a carefully crafted format, featuring two semifinals, each hosting eight songs. From each semifinal, four artists will advance to the grand final.

The finalists as well as the winner of Benidorm Fest 2024 and, consequently, Spain‘s Eurovision 2024 representative, will emerge through a combination of evaluations:

  • 50% from a professional jury, consisting of eight members, which consists of:
    1. Beatriz Luengo (Actress, dancer, singer, composer, renowned for her roles in the iconic series “Un Paso Adelante” and her musical achievements, including two Latin Grammy awards – Head of the Jury Panel)
    2. Guille Milkway (Producer, DJ, singer of La Casa Azul)
    3. Ángela Carrasco (Singer, actress)
    4. Carlos Baute (Spanish singer, composer, actor, and presenter)
    5. Lee Smithurst (Head of the United Kingdom’s Eurovision delegation)
    6. Nicoline Refsing (Artistic Director at Eurovision 2014)
    7. David Tserunyan (Head of the Armenian delegation)
    8. Marta Piekarska (Head of the Polish delegation)
  • 25% from a public vote, conducted through telephonic calls and SMS.
  • 25% from a poll committee.

Benidorm Fest 2024 Schedule:

  • First Semifinal: January 30
  • Second Semifinal: February 1
  • Grand Final: February 3

First Semifinal Lineup:

Tonight’s first semifinal promises fierce competition as eight talented artists vie for four coveted spots in the grand final. The participating artists and their songs are:

  1. Lerica – Astronauta
  2. Noan – Te Echo De
  3. Sofia Coll – Here To Stay
  4. Mantra – Me Vas A Ver
  5. Miss Caffeina – Bla Bla Bla
  6. Quique Niza – Prisionero
  7. Angy Fernández – Se Quien Soy
  8. Nebulossa – Zorra

The vibrant festival will take place at the Palacio de Deportes L’Illa in Alicante, with the experienced duo of Ruth Lorenzo, Spain’s Eurovision 2014 representative, and Marc Calderó serving as hosts. Ana Prada will take charge in the Green Room.

Catch all the excitement of Spain’s musical celebration by tuning in to the Benidorm Fest 2024. The first semifinal will be broadcast at 22:50 CET and you can watch it by clicking HERE.

Last year’s Benidorm Fest winner, Blanca Paloma, represented Spain in Liverpool with the song “Eaea,” securing the 17th position in the final scoreboard.

Stay tuned to Eurovisionfun for the latest updates on Spain’s journey to Eurovision 2024! The captivating selection process is set to unfold, and the Eurovision stage awaits Spain’s next musical ambassador. Don’t miss a beat of this thrilling musical journey!

Spain: Benidorm Fest’s voting system will benefit the jury’s opinion more!

Benidorm Fest will serve as the Spanish national selection process for Eurovision 2024 for the third consecutive year. The galas will take place next week from January 30 to February 3rd and RTVE has revealed the voting rules for the upcoming Benidorm Fest edition.

Benidorm Fest 2024 voting process

The winner of Benidorm Fest 2024 and therefore the Spanish representative in Eurovision 2024 will be decided as following:

  • on a 50% by a jury, which will consist of the following individuals, four domestic and four foreigners, all of them professionals:
    1. Beatriz Luengo (Actress, dancer, singer, composer, known for her roles in the iconic series “Un Paso Adelante” and her musical achievements, including two Latin Grammy Awards – Head of the Jury)
    2. Guille Milkway (Producer, DJ, singer of La Casa Azul)
    3. Ángela Carrasco (Singer, Actress)
    4. Carlos Baute (Spanish singer, composer, actor and presenter)
    5. Lee Smithurst (Head of UK delegation)
    6. Nicoline Refsing (Artistic Director of Eurovision 2014)
    7. David Tserunyan ( Head of the Armenian delegation)
    8. Marta Piekarska ( Head of the Polish delegation)
  • on a 25% by a demoscopic jury
  • on a 25% by the televoting, through phone calls and SMS

The advantages of the jury

The opinion of Benidorm Fest’ jury is definitely in pole position when it comes to decide on the outcome of the selection.

First, and according to the competition’s rules, after combining the jury and public votes, if there is a tie for first place, the entry that received the highest number of votes from the jury will be chosen. As a result, in the event of a tie, the verdict of the jury will be used as a tie-breaker instead of public voting.

Furthermore, the Benidorm Fest jury acquires a “hidden” advantage. The aforementioned advantage relates to the voting system itself.

In theory, jury voting accounts for 50% of the outcome, with the remaining 50% determined by public voting through the demoscopic panel and televoting. In fact, the sum of the points given by all jurors (54*8 = 432) and those given by the public -demoscopic panel and televoting- (216 +216 = 432) is the same.

However, the distribution of the points benefits the jury’s opinion more. Let’s compare the highest score an entry can get from each voting group:

  • If all eight jurors award an entry with their highest score, 12 points, the total score will be 96 points (12*8).
  • When it comes to public voting, the winner of each category receives 40 points, the second receives 35, and the last subsequently receives 16 points. If an entry wins both the televoting and the demoscopic voting, it will receive a total of 80 points (40+40).

Hence, the maximum score an entry can achieve is higher in the jury voting and that definitely benefits the jury’s favorites.

Benidorm Fest 2024

Sixteen artists will take part at Benidorm Fest 2024, the Spanish selection process for Eurovision 2024. The sixteen participants will compete in two semi-finals of eight, while eight participants in total will advance to the Final, vying for the ticket to Malmö.

These are the participants of the first semi-final (in the official running order):

  1. Lérica – “Astronauta”
  2. Noan – “Te echo de -“
  3. Sofía Coll – “HERE TO STAY”
  4. Mantra – “Me vas a ver”
  5. Miss Caffeina – “Bla, bla, bla”
  6. Quique Niza – “Prisionero”
  7. Angy Fernández – “Sé Quién Soy”
  8. Nebulossa – “ZORRA”

These are the participants of the second semi-final (in the official running order):

  1. María Peláe – “Remitente”
  2. Dellacruz – “Beso en la mañana”
  3. MARLENA – “amor de verano”
  4. st. Pedro – “Dos extraños (Cuarteto de cuerda)”
  5. Jorge González – “Caliente”
  6. Yoly Saa – “No se me olvida”
  7. Roger Padrós – “El temps
  8. Almácor – “Brillos platino”

The first semi-final will take place on January 30, the second semi-final on February 1, while the Grand Final will take place on February 3.

Last year’s Benidorm Fest winner and hence the Spanish representative in Liverpool was Blanca Paloma, with her song “Eaea“, finishing in the 17th place of the scoreboard.

Stay tuned to EurovisionFun for all the news!

Source: RTVE

Spain: Marta Piekarska will replace Twan van de Nieuwenhuijzen on the jury of Benidorm Fest 2024!

RTVE, the Spanish national broadcaster, has just announced a change on the expert’s jury composition that will decide half the outcome of this year’s Benidorm Fest.

In detail, Twan van de Nieuwenhuijzen, the Head of the Dutch Delegation at Eurovision, will not manage to serve his duty as a jury member in Benidorm Fest 2024 as he cannot attend the galas for personal reasons. Instead, Marta Piekarska, the Head of the Polish delegation at Eurovision, will replace him.

Experts’ jury

The experts’ jury at Benidorm Fest 2024 will consist of eight individuals, four domestic and four foreigners, all of them professionals.

  • Beatriz Luengo (Actress, dancer, singer, composer, known for her roles in the iconic series “Un Paso Adelante” and her musical achievements, including two Latin Grammy Awards – Head of the Jury)
  • Guille Milkway (Producer, DJ, singer of La Casa Azul)
  • Ángela Carrasco (Singer, Actress)
  • Carlos Baute (Spanish singer, composer, actor and presenter)
  • Lee Smithurst (Head of UK delegation)
  • Nicoline Refsing (Artistic Director of Eurovision 2014)
  • David Tserunyan ( Head of the Armenian delegation)
  • Marta Piekarska ( Head of the Polish delegation)

Benidorm Fest 2024

Sixteen artists will take part at Benidorm Fest 2024, the Spanish selection process for Eurovision 2024. The sixteen participants will compete in two semi-finals of eight, while eight participants in total will advance to the Final, vying for the ticket to Malmö.

These are the participants of the first semi-final (in the official running order):

  1. Lérica – “Astronauta”
  2. Noan – “Te echo de -“
  3. Sofía Coll – “HERE TO STAY”
  4. Mantra – “Me vas a ver”
  5. Miss Caffeina – “Bla, bla, bla”
  6. Quique Niza – “Prisionero”
  7. Angy Fernández – “Sé Quién Soy”
  8. Nebulossa – “ZORRA”

These are the participants of the second semi-final (in the official running order):

  1. María Peláe – “Remitente”
  2. Dellacruz – “Beso en la mañana”
  3. MARLENA – “amor de verano”
  4. st. Pedro – “Dos extraños (Cuarteto de cuerda)”
  5. Jorge González – “Caliente”
  6. Yoly Saa – “No se me olvida”
  7. Roger Padrós – “El temps
  8. Almácor – “Brillos platino”

The first semi-final will take place on January 30, the second semi-final on February 1, while the Grand Final will take place on February 3.

Last year’s Benidorm Fest winner and hence the Spanish representative in Liverpool was Blanca Paloma, with her song “Eaea“, finishing in the 17th place of the scoreboard.

Stay tuned to EurovisionFun for all the news!

Source: RTVE

Spain: The running order for the two semi-finals of Benidorm Fest 2024!

Next week, the selection process for the Spanish act in Eurovision 2024, namely Benidorm Fest 2024, will take place live from the homonymous city of Benidorm, Spain.

Out of 825 entries submitted, 16 made it to the galas of Benidorm Fest and will therefore fight for the Spanish representation in Malmö. The 16 participating artists will compete in two semi-finals of 8, out of each 4 artists will qualify to the Grand Final.

RTVE, the Spanish broadcaster, just revealed the semi-final allocation as well as the running order of the two semi-finals, which will take place on January 30 and February 1st respectively.

The running order

Eight acts will compete at the first semi-final of Benidorm Fest, at the following order:

  1. Lérica – “Astronauta”
  2. Noan – “Te echo de -“
  3. Sofía Coll – “HERE TO STAY”
  4. Mantra – “Me vas a ver”
  5. Miss Caffeina – “Bla, bla, bla”
  6. Quique Niza – “Prisionero”
  7. Angy Fernández – “Sé Quién Soy”
  8. Nebulossa – “ZORRA”

Eight acts will also compete at the second semi-final of Benidorm Fest, at the following order:

  1. María Peláe – “Remitente”
  2. Dellacruz – “Beso en la mañana”
  3. MARLENA – “amor de verano”
  4. st. Pedro – “Dos extraños (Cuarteto de cuerda)”
  5. Jorge González – “Caliente”
  6. Yoly Saa – “No se me olvida”
  7. Roger Padrós – “El temps
  8. Almácor – “Brillos platino”

Benidorm Fest 2024

The eight -in total- qualifiers will advance to the Grand Final which will take place on February 3. Ruth Lorenzo, Marc Calderó, and Ana Pradas are set to grace the stage as the hosts of the third edition of Benidorm Fest. Meanwhile, the winner of the selection will be decided by an expert jury, along with a demoscopic panel and the TV audience.

The winner of Benidorm Fest 2023 and therefore the Spanish representative in Eurovision 2023 was Blanca Paloma with her song “Eaea”, which although being a favorite, finished in 17th place.

Stay tuned to EurovisionFun for all the news!

Source: RTVE

Spain: Meet the hosts and the jury of Benidorm Fest 2024!

With the countdown to the first semifinal of Benidorm Fest 2024 in full swing, RTVE not only unveiled the breathtaking stage but also introduced the dynamic hosts and the formidable jury during a recent press conference at Palau d’Esports L’Illa de Benidorm.

Hosts to Elevate the Energy

Ruth Lorenzo, Marc Calderó, and Ana Pradas are set to grace the stage as the hosts of the third edition of Benidorm Fest. Their charismatic presence promises to add a special flair to the event. However, they are not alone in taking the spotlight.

In a surprising collaboration, Inés Hernand, co-presenter of “No sé de qué me hablas,” and Aitor Albizua, the upcoming host of “Cifras y Letras” on La 2, will join forces to present “La Noche del Benidorm Fest.” This post-semifinal program, airing live from Benidorm on January 30 and February 1, as well as the grand final on February 3, will provide an in-depth look into everything related to the festival.

Jury of Distinction

The jury for Benidorm Fest 2024 is nothing short of stellar, featuring a lineup of eight expertsfour from Spain and four from the international stage.

Leading the charge as the spokesperson is the multitalented Beatriz Luengo, renowned for her roles in the iconic series “Un Paso Adelante” and her musical achievements, including two Latin Grammy Awards. Alongside her, the national jury comprises Guille Milkway, Ángela Carrasco, and Carlos Baute, while the international jury includes Lee Smithurst, David Tserunyan, Twan van de Nieuwenhuijzen, and Nicoline Refsing.

Sneak Peek into the Captivating Stage

The anticipation for Benidorm Fest 2024 is not just about the dazzling personalities; the stage itself promises to be a visual spectacle. The main stage, spanning 581 m², boasts an oval design with a central circular area and side tunnels leading to the backstage. An impressive high-resolution LED screen at the center, movable elements, an elliptical arch, and various screens will elevate the visual dynamism of the performances.

On the opposite end, the Green Room and jury table will be housed on a platform of 475 m², incorporating a circular design that visually complements the main stage. The standing audience, occupying an area of 680 m² between the stage and the Green Room, adds to the immersive experience.

As the excitement builds for Benidorm Fest 2024, it’s not just about the competition; it’s about the vibrant hosts, the discerning jury, and a stage that promises to set the perfect backdrop for an unforgettable musical journey.

The Participants

Sixteen acts will participate at Benidorm Fest 2024, you can listen to them below by clicking on the title of each song:

Benidorm Fest 2024 will include two semifinals of eight acts on January 30 and February 1, 2024 as well as a Grand Final with eight competing acts on February 3.

The winner of Benidorm Fest 2023 and later the country’s representative at Eurovision 2023 was Blanca Paloma with her song “Eaea” finishing in 17th place.

Source: RTVE

Stay tuned to EurovisionFun for all the latest developments regarding the Spanish participation in Eurovision!

Spain: More information about Benidorm Fest 2024 will be revealed on January 9th!

The Spanish National Broadcaster RTVE will reveal more information about the national selection process on January 9th.

It is known that for the third consecutive year, through the national format of Benidorm Fest, the country will choose the act who will win the ticket for Eurovision Song Contest 2024 in Malmö. Before that happens, on 9th of January, RTVE will hold a press confrence in Madrid to reveal more information about the Spanish National Final, as fas as the jury members and the interval acts.

Sixteen acts will participate at Benidorm Fest 2024, you can listen to them below by clicking on the title of each song:

Benidorm Fest 2024 will include two semifinals of eight acts on January 30 and February 1, 2024 as well as a Grand Final with eight competing acts on February 3.

The winner of Benidorm Fest 2023 and later the country’s representative at Eurovision 2023 was Blanca Paloma with her song “Eaea” finishing in 17th place.

Stay tuned to EurovisionFun for all the latest developments regarding the Spanish participation in Eurovision!

Spain: Listen to the songs of Benidorm Fest 2024!

The Spanish broadcaster has just published on its online platform, RTVEplay, the songs that will be competing at this year’s Benidorm Fest for the ticket to Malmö!

Tonight, after midnight, the songs will be available on all digital platforms!

Listen to them below by clicking on the title of each song:


Can you pick out a song? Are you waiting to see someone’s stage performance? Let us know in the comments below!

Stay Tuned to EurovisionFun for all the latest news regarding Benidorm Fest 2024!

Spain: Βenidorm Fest 2024 is now dealing with a mass entries’ leak | The RTVE reaction!

Following the announcement of the 2024 Benidorm Fest line-up about a month ago, and the official release of the participating entries on December 14, RTVE is now dealing with a mass entry leak on X (former Twitter).

The leakage of the entries’ titles a few days ago was only the beginning; now, all but three entries have been leaked on social media. It all started on X, where several Benidorm Fest fans claimed to have already listened to the songs and were exchanging their thoughts on what they had heard.

It didn’t take long for users to start sharing the snippets -or full songs- via WhatsApp and, later, X, as the situation quickly spiraled out of control. In fact, Spanish fans are asking RTVE to release all of the songs as soon as possible in order to put an end to this saga.

RTVE’s reaction

The Benidorm Fest organizing committee and RTVE did not remain silent. They made it clear in a tweet that are even willing to take legal action against those who leaked the entries.

After what happened in the last few hours, RTVE’s legal services are collecting all the information to take legal actions that they consider appropriate to defend the interests of artists and the Corporation. Thanks for your cooperation. We keep working. See you on the 14th.

Benidorm Fest 2024

Despite this ongoing chaos, RTVE is expected to release the Benidorm Fest’s 2024 entries on December 14. Benidorm Fest 2024 will include two semifinals of eight on January 30 and February 1, 2024 as well as a Grand Final with eight competing acts on February 3.

The winner of Benidorm Fest 2023 and therefore the Spanish representative at Eurovision 2023 was Blanca Paloma with her song “Eaea”, which although being a favorite, finished in the 17th place.

Stay tuned to EurovisionFun for all news!

Spain: Artists who have expressed their interest for Benidorm Fest 2024!

The call for Benidorm Fest 2024 submissions has ended yesterday. 825 entries in total were submitted to RTVE and will therefore be reviewed and sorted down to the best 16. Those 16 will participate in the televised semifinals of the competition in late January 2024.

The submitted proposals included both emerging and qualified artists. Benidorm Fest, having established itself as one of the most interesting music festivals in Spain, as well as the winning prize of representing the nation in Eurovision, have drawn the attention of many ex-Benidorm and other Spanish music stars.

Indicatively,

Megara

This rock band sees performing at Eurovision as a major career milestone. In the first Benidorm Fest, they were unable to advance to the galas, but in the second, their song “Arcadia” placed in the respectable fourth place, earning much praise for their ground-breaking performance and superb live show. They are already planning their next participation, aiming to win and represent their country to Malmö, being the first time in Eurovision history that Spain has sent a rock sound. The group has released a message about their song.

https://twitter.com/weareMEGARA/status/1683550956074442755?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1683550956074442755%7Ctwgr%5E6ea6e3575a842982602f6220bb6373437ad7a11e%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.escplus.es%2Fbenidorm-fest%2F2023%2Festos-son-los-artistas-que-han-mostrado-su-interes-en-presentarse-al-benidorm-fest-2024%2F

Bombai

They first came to our attention with the hugely successful hit “Solo si es contigo” in Spain, and ever since then they haven’t stopped creating music, touring the entire Iberian peninsula, or even contributing to a film’s soundtrack. Their music blends pop, reggae, and rock, and they have a distinct motto: “Music is joy.”

Javi (the vocalist), Vicente (electric guitar), and Ramón (acoustic guitar) are the three members of the band; they are all well-known to the Spanish public and have been playing music for many years.

https://twitter.com/bombaioficial/status/1711821096415031748?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1711821096415031748%7Ctwgr%5E6ea6e3575a842982602f6220bb6373437ad7a11e%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.escplus.es%2Fbenidorm-fest%2F2023%2Festos-son-los-artistas-que-han-mostrado-su-interes-en-presentarse-al-benidorm-fest-2024%2F

K!ngdom

This is an electronic pop music trio formed in 2018 by Ane, the vocalist, and music producers Iván Ramrez and Jorge Gomis. For the most part, they will go unnoticed, but the commercial theme of the musical talent show La Voz sounds familiar, and most all, they are behind several of the songs included in the popular Netflix series “Valeria.”

It will be their third attempt to compete in Benidorm Fest.

GOMZ

When Ral Gómez won the musical talent competition “El numero 1,” he earned fame in Spain. His voice, stage presence, and expertise with a variety of musical instruments dazzled the entire nation, and as a result, many Eurofans recommended him for Eurovision. This ambition was partially fulfilled when he wrote “Tu Canción” the song that Amaia and Alfred Garca sang to represent Spain at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest. He has a long list of achievements, including writing songs for modern artists such as Lola Indigo and Dana Paola.

His desire to perform began the night before the Eurovision 2023 final, when he firmly stated that he was interested in performing after watching Blanca Paloma. Since then, he has left several hints, commenting on the Benidorm Fest rules announcement or announcing that he has already produced the first demo of his song.

https://twitter.com/soygomz/status/1710303849938903485?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1710303849938903485%7Ctwgr%5E6ea6e3575a842982602f6220bb6373437ad7a11e%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.escplus.es%2Fbenidorm-fest%2F2023%2Festos-son-los-artistas-que-han-mostrado-su-interes-en-presentarse-al-benidorm-fest-2024%2F

Noelia Franco

Noelia has tried her luck in many talent shows, such as “The Voice” or “X Factor”. Her Eurovision link has been her participation in “Operación Triunfo” that had been used as the Spanish selection format in 2018. Noelia even took place in the OT Eurovision Gala with the song “Today I return to laugh again”, finishing 4th.

https://twitter.com/soynoeliafranco/status/1688658219416092672?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1688658219416092672%7Ctwgr%5E6ea6e3575a842982602f6220bb6373437ad7a11e%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.escplus.es%2Fbenidorm-fest%2F2023%2Festos-son-los-artistas-que-han-mostrado-su-interes-en-presentarse-al-benidorm-fest-2024%2F

The list of artists having expressed their interest of participating in Benidorm Fest 2024 is extensive and includes:

  • Jesus Martí
  • Tatiana Delalvz
  • Javy Ramirez
  • Victor Arbelo
  • Salva Ortega
  • Angy Fernandez
  • Julia Medina
  • Trovadorum
  • Escalona Borja
  • New Fantasy
  • Mario Jefersson
  • Vicente Navarro
  • Deteresa
  • Hydn and Girl’s Gang
  • Huntsman

and many more…

Benidorm Fest 2024 will take place on January 30, February 1 and 3. More information regarding the semi-final line-up as well as the presenters of the show will be revealed at a later stage, probably around November.

Stay tuned to EurovisionFun for all news!

Source: ESCPLUS