Spain: The Running Order of the Benidorm Fest 2024 final!

Earlier today RTVE, the public broadcaster of Spain, revealed the Running Order of the final of Benidorm Fest 2024, through which the country’s entry for the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest will be selected.

The Running Order:

  1. María Peláe – Remitente
  2. St. Pedro – Dos Extraños
  3. Angy Fernández – Se Quien Soy
  4. Jorge González – Caliente
  5. Nebulossa – Zorra
  6. Sofia Coll – Here To Stay
  7. Miss Caffeina – Bla Bla Bla
  8. Almácor – Brillos Platino

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, 25% from a public vote & 25% from a poll committee.

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.

Stay tuned to Eurovisionfun for the latest updates on Spain’s journey to Eurovision 2024! 

Source: RTVE

Spain: Has the allocation for the Benidorm Fest 2024 Semifinals been leaked?

An accidental leak by Spain’s national broadcaster RTVE disclosed the artists’ allocation in the Benidorm Fest 2024 semifinals.


More specifically, the allocation of the artists in the two Benidorm Fest 2024 Semifinals, as well as their precise order of appearance, were disclosed via a post on the official RTVE website that was quickly removed.

First Semi-Final – 30 January

  1. MARLENAAmor De Verano
  2. St. PedroDos Extraños
  3. NoanTe Echo De
  4. LericaAstronauta
  5. Yoly SaaNo Se Me Olvida
  6. AlmácorBrillos Platino
  7. Angy FernándezSe Quien Soy
  8. Jorge GonzálezCaliente

Second Semi-Final – February 1

  1. Dellacruz Beso En La Mañana
  2. Miss CaffeinaBla Bla Bla
  3. Roger PadrósEl Temps
  4. NebulossaZorra
  5. María PeláeRemitente
  6. MantraMe Vas A Ver
  7. Quique NizaPrisionero
  8. Sofia CollHere To Stay

A press conference is scheduled for January 9 in Madrid by RTVE, where additional details on the Spanish National Final will be disclosed. Most likely at that point, the official announcements regarding the artists’ allocation in the two Benidorm Fest 2024 Semifinals and their precise order of appearance will be made.

Benidorm Fest 2024 will include a Grand Final with eight participants on February 3rd, in addition to two semi-finals, with eight competitors as well, each on January 30 and February 1, 2024.

Blanca Paloma won the 2023 Benidorm Fest and went on to represent her country in the Eurovision Song Contest, where her song “Eaea” placed 17th.


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Spain: The song titles of Benidorm Fest 2024!

The titles of the 16 contender songs for Benidorm Fest 2024, the national final that will determine Spain’s entry for the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest, which will take place in Malmö, Sweden in May, were leaked earlier today. To be more precise, the titles were uploaded to the festival’s official website and then removed shortly after.

The participating songs are as follows:

  • Almacor – Brillos Platino
  • Angy Fernández – Sé Quien Soy
  • Dellacruz – BESO EN LA MAÑANA
  • Jorge González – Caliente
  • Lérica – Astronauta
  • Mantra – Me vas a ver
  • María Pelãe – Remitente
  • MARLENA – amor de verano
  • Miss Caffeina – Bla Bla Bla
  • Nebulossa – ZORRA
  • Noan – Te Echo De
  • Quique Niza – Prisionero
  • Roger Padrós – El Temps
  • Sofia Coll – HERE TO STAY
  • st. Pedro – Dos Extraños (Cuarto de Cuerda)
  • Yoly Saa – No se me olvida

The tracks are scheduled to be released on December 14th, and Benidorm Fest 2024 is set for January 30–February 3rd.

The winner of last year’s Benidorm Fest and therefore Spain’s representative at Eurovision 2023 was Blanca Paloma with the song “Eaea”, which finished in 17th place with 100 points overall.

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Spain: Which artists are rumoured to take part in Benidorm Fest 2023?

Although the first semi-final of Benidorm Fest 2023 is almost four months away, speculation is thriving as to which artists intend to submit a proposal before the expiration of deadline or will be invited directly by RTVE to take part in the Festival.

Drawing on information from Louis Mesa, a journalist with a special interest in Eurovision, we report what has come into light so far, attempting, at the same time, to present briefly the artists in question.

Angy Fernández

Angy is a singer, actress, and presenter, who became famous through her participation in X Factor in 2007. She is also the winner of the Spanish version of the first edition of Your Face Sounds Familiar in the country. In recent years she has mainly focused on her television career . Her last album was published in 2013.


Maria Arnal

The second singer rumored to take part in Benidorm Fest is the Catalan-born Maria Arnal. The artist from Bandalona draws on the musical tradition of the Iberian Peninsula, providing a new, freer approach.


Hugo Cobo

Hugo is from Córdoba and is 22 years old (born 20/12/1999). He became famous through the music reality show Operación Triunfo in 2020 (which was also the means of selecting the representative of Spain at Eurovision), and since then he has released several songs, some of which have become hits.


Abraham Mateo

The biggest name on our list is Abraham Mateo. He is one of the most popular young singers in Spain and Latin America. He has collaborated with Jenifer Lopez, 50 Cent and others, and his songs have billions of views and streams on Youtube and Spotify. His carreer is mostly comprised of Latin pop and reggaeton tracks, although in recent years he has also experimented with trap music.


Borja Escalona

The case of Borja Escalona is extremely interesting! The previously unknown singer found himself in the spotlight due to the threatening messages he received from social media users. These messages, however, were not actually addressed to the singer Borja Escalona, ​​but to his namesake, a well-known Spanish YouTuber, whose views (justifiably) caused a huge backlash in Spain. Due to the unjustified hate he received, a campaign has started, at the initiative of his promotion company, to represent Spain at Eurovision 2023.


Celtian, who have confirmed their intention to take part in Benidorm Fest 2023, are a Spanish symphonic folk metal band, formed in 2017 by flutist Diego Palacio. With obvious influences from Nightwish, Eluveitie and Mägo de Oz, the band experiments with new sounds and folk metal.



The singer from Galicia has also expressed her intention to participate in Benidorm Fest 2023. She is a new indie pop artist who sings mainly in English language.



The band Megara tried their luck at Benidorm Fest last year as well, without notable success. However, as the members of the rock group have said, they intend to give it another go this year.


Viva Suecia

Another group has expressed its interest in participating in Benidorm Fest. Viva Suecia is a band that moves in indie rock, pop rock, and alternative rock music roads, and has released four albums so far; the last one with the record label Universal Music UK.

Pupi Poisson

Pupi Poisson (stage name of Alberto Zimmer) is a Spanish drag performer who became well-known through Drag Race España. She has hinted that she is taking part in the upcoming Benidorm Fest.

Alfred Garcia Castillo

An old friend of the Contest is not ruling out a return to Eurovision via Benidorm Fest. The 25-year-old Alfred García Castillo, Spanish singer and songwriter who became well-known in Spain when he took part in the ninth edition of Operación Triunfo, finishing in fourth place. Alfred García represented Spain at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon, together with Amaia Romero, and the song “Tu canción”, finishing in the twenty-third place.

Delaporte Music

Another band that looks set to join Benidorm Fest is Delaporte Music. Delaporte Music is mainly focused on Spanish indie pop, with the majority of their songs being up-tempo.

The Prodigious Decade

La Década Prodigiosa (also known as La Década) are a Spanish music group formed in the mid-1980s who participated in the 1988 Eurovision Song Contest, finishing in the eleventh place. The band has since changed members, but has retained the original (cheesy) pop sounds they are known for.


The next band comes from Cuenca. Trovadorum, who have already submitted their proposal for Benidorm Fest. Their song is titled “You are not only ready”, and it’s heavily influenced by Celtic music. According to an interview with Trovadorum, the music video of the song has been shot in Cuenca in places like La Toba and Nohales, and will be released on September 30.


Another group that confirmed their intention to participate in Benidorm Fest 2023 is Sideland, a Catalan pop group, consisting of young members..

The deadline for the submission of proposals to RTVE expires on October 10, while based on the relevant regulations issued by RTVE, the latter reserves the right to directly invite singers and composers to take part in the Festival.

Could any of the above artists represent Spain at Eurovision? Stay tuned to Eurovisionfun for all developments regarding Benidorm Fest 2023!

Spain: Soraya is open to a possible participation in the next Benidorm Fest!

Soraya Arnelas considers a possible participation at the next Benidorm Fest after finishing the recording of her new single. The representative of Spain in the 2009 contest will release a song with its own music video in September, entitled “Segunda parte”, a dance song written among others, by Ander Pérez, one of the creators, of  “Dime” by Beth. In an interview with Semana magazine, Soraya explained that current circumstances make her think about a possible participation in RTVE’s selection process.

“We don’t know what is going to happen. We’ll see… Let’s see what happens, let’s see if we can surprise you. I’m not saying no, but I’m not saying yes either.”

These are the words of the artist who performed “La Noche es para mí”, which became a big hit not only among the fans of the contest, even though the final result in the competition in Moscow was not what they expected (24th place with 23 points ). Although Soraya herself has always been somewhat reluctant to repeat the process, she now says that “there are things that are decided instantly and doors close, but there are other moments that open”, so she no longer rules out a second representation of Spain.

Soraya represented Spain in Eurovision Song Contest 2009 with the song “La Noche es para mí”:

The composer himself, Ander Pérez, posted on his social media that he already has a song ready to send to RTVE, and that the singer is very happy that they worked together. “The new single is at a high level, it’s true. We’re preparing new music” the singer says in between concerts and fulfilling her role as an ambassador for her country, which she’s proud of, also supporting areas affected by the fires. Soraya recently visited Las Hurdes (Cáceres) and showed the different parts of her town to her followers on social media, urging them to visit this “natural paradise”. So maybe we’ll see the singer at the next Benidorm Fest, with hopes for the next Eurovision Song Contest.

Stay tuned on Eurovisionfun for all the news regarding the Spanish participation at the Eurovision Song Contest 2023, in the United Kingdom!

Spain: Chanel’s interview at EurovisionFun!

After her second rehearsal of Spain, Chanel spoke exclusively to EurovisionFun and Matamis Apostolis.

The representative of Spain at Eurovision 2022 said she was very happy with her rehearsal and noted that maybe some small things will change and that for this reason there are rehearsals and she is working on it with her team.

He also said that she has not made any plans for after the competition but she would very much happy to visit Greece for a concert in the summer.

About the comparisons with Eleni Foureira, Chanel replied that she is very beautiful and a very good artist, but they are different people.

You can watch the full Chanel interview below:



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Spain: The Spotify streams for the Benidorm Fest final

The day of the grand final of Benidorm Fest has finally arrived! After Bulgaria, the Czech Republic and Albania (and possibly Moldova), Spain will give us the fourth song for the Eurovision Song Contest 2022.

Eight songs are going to compete tonight, most of which seem to have a lead.

According to the Spotify, five of the eight songs are in the top 200 of the daily chart. These are:

The televoting may have a 25% effect on the spanish song festival, but it could still affect the final result. Ay mamá has a very big lead both in the streams but also in youtube views and will probably be first in the televoting tonight. But Terra could overturn this, if it manages to move the Galicians to massively vote for it. Also, SloMo, the song that was the surprise of the first semifinal, is constantly gaining ground. Nothing has been clarified yet!

Benidorm Fest 2022 is held at the Palacio de Deportes L’Illa in Alicante and is presented by Alaska, Inés Hernand and Máximo Huerta.

You can watch the grand final of the Spanish music festival at 22:15 CET by clicking HERE.

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