Eurovision 2024: The running order of the Grand Final of Eurovision 2024!

A few hours ago, the second semi-final of Eurovision Song Contest 2024 was completed, and we have ten new songs that qualified for the Grand Final.

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San Marino: The running order for the Grand Final of UVPSM 2024 | The five-member jury revealed!

Tonight, it is San Marino’s turn to select its Eurovision 2024 entry. Una Voce per San Marino will serve as the selection method for the contest’s smallest country for the third year in a row. Following, an extensive castings’ stage and six semi-finals in total, it is time for San Marino to select its Eurovision 2024 act.

Live from Teatro Nuovo di Dogana, seventeen acts will fight for the Sanmarinese representation in Malmö. Eight of them are “emerging” artists, while the remaining nine are established artists that were invited by RTV San Marino to participate in UVPSM 2024. The seventeen competing acts will perform tonight in the following running order:

  1. Pago – “Il Protagonista”
  2. DaudiaWith You”
  3. XGIOVE – “Nostalgia
  4. Aimie Atkinson – “A Dare For Love”
  5. DEZ – “Freedom
  6. Marcella Bella – “Chi siamo davvero”
  7. Aaron Sibley – “Human”
  8. Wlady, DJ Jad, Corona & Ice MC – “Questa volta
  9. Loredana Bertè – “Pazza”
  10. KIDA – “Invincibile
  11. BOOOM!Dance Like This
  12. Jalisse – “Il Paradiso E’ Qui”
  13. MateBig Mama
  14. Masala e Foresta –Paranoia
  15. La Rua – “Governo del cuore
  16. Dana Gillespie – The Last Polar Bear 
  17. MEGARA11:11

The experts’ committee of UVPSM 2024

The winner of the selection and therefore the Sanmarinese representative in Eurovision 2024 will be decided exclusively by a five– member jury, which will consist of the following:

  • Celso Valli (Head of the committee of Una Voce per San Marino 2024, composer and conductor)
  • Anna Bischi (Musician)
  • Clarissa Martinelli (Journalist)
  • John Vignola (Journalist)
  • Steve Lyon (Musical Producer)

Tonight’s show will be hosted by Fabrizio Biggio and Melissa Greta Marchetto and will begin in a couple of hours.

Stay tuned to EurovisionFun for all the news!

Source: RTV San Marino

Lithuania: This is the running order for the Final of “ 2024”!

On this Saturday, the 17th of February, the Grand Final of 2024 will take place in Lithuania and the winner will earn the opportunity to represent the country in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, in Malmö. Thus, a few hours ago, the national broadcaster of Lithuania, LRT, revealed the official running order of all the ten (10) candidate entries, which is the following:

(You can listen to all the ten songs by clicking on the songs’ titles)

  1. Aistè – “We Will Rule the World”
  2. Žalvarinis – “Gaudė vėjai”
  3. Pluie de Comètes – “Be careful”
  4. Silvester Belt – “Luktelk“
  5. VB gang – KABOOM!!!”
  6. Il Senso – “Time”
  7. Shower – “Impossible”
  8. Monika Marija – “Starting Tommorow”
  9. Queens of Roses – “Walk through fire“
  10. The Roop – “Simple Joy”

In this year’s “” multiple artists are expected to make a guest appearence in the show, including last year’s representative, Monika Linkytė, who will perform for once more her song “Stay“, the Lithuanian entry for Eurovision 2023. Moreover, the guest list includes also the famous Lithuanian girl trio Mango, who are going to perform a medley including all of their greatest hit songs.

This year’s format

It is of great importance though to remember that this year’s “” has a different format from all the previous years. More specifically, in total five (5) different semi finals were conducted this year, while from each one only two songs qualified for the Grand Final through a split voting system between the public’s vote and a jury’s vote. However, only the top three entries of the Final will qualify to one more final stage, the so called “Super Final” on Saturday night, from which the winner will be determined only by the public’s vote.

Until we find out who is going to be Monika’s successor on the stage of Malmö, take a look at her performance on Liverpool’s stage in May of 2023:

Source: LRT

Stay tuned to Eurovisionfun for even more news regarding Lithuania’s participation in Eurovision Song Contest 2024!

Latvia: The running order of the Grand Final of Supernova 2024!

Today, the national broadcaster of Latvia LTV revealed the running order of the Grand Final of Supernova 2024 that will take place this Saturday, 10th of February.


The running order of the ten artists that will compete to claim a ticket for Eurovision 2024 in Malmö‎‎ is:

  1. Vēstulēs – “Kur?”
  2. Avéi – “Mine”
  3. Papīra Lidmašīnas – “Mind Breaker”
  4. Katrīna Gupalo – “The Cat’s Song”
  5. Ecto – “Outsider”
  6. Dons – “Hollow”
  7. St Levića – “Tick Tock”
  8. Edvards Strazdiņš – “Rock n’ Roll Supernova”
  9. Funkinbiz – Na Chystu Vodu
  10. Alekss Silvers – “For the Show”

Special Guests for the Latvian National Final will be the Estonian representative in Eurovision 2023 Alika and Gabrieļus Vagelis who tried many attempts to represent Lithuania to the contest.


The winner of Supernova 2024 will be decided by a combination of the Latvian viewers‘ vote and the vote of the jury appointed by the Latvian Public Broadcaster.

Latvia will compete at the second half of the second semi-final in 9th of May.

The previous winners of Supernova and Latvia’s representatives in Eurovision 2023, were Sudden Lights, with the song “Aijā”, who ended up in 11th place of the First Semi-Final. Will Latvia manage to get a place in the Final after six years?

Stay tuned to EurovisionFun for all the latest developments according Latvia’s participation in Eurovision 2024!

Italy: This is the running order of the songs for Sanremo 2024!

The 74th Festival di Sanremo is scheduled to begin tonight and thirty different entries will compete in order to represent Italy in Eurovision Song Contest 2024!

Just a few hours before the premiere of Sanremo’s first night, the running order of the thirty entries has been revealed. One of these entries is going to be the winner and the rightful representative of Italy in Eurovision, if and as long as they wish to do so.

Today, on the 6th of February during the First Night of Sanremo, all of the thirty candidate entries will be presented and their running order is the following:

  1. Clara – “Diamanti grezzi”
  2. Sangiovanni – “Finiscimi”
  3. Fiorella Mannoia – “Mariposa”
  4. La Sad – “Autodistruttivo”
  5. Irama – “Tu no”
  6. Ghali – “Casa mia”
  7. Negramaro – “Ricominciamo tutto”
  8. Annalisa – “Sinceramente”
  9. Mahmood – “Tuta gold”
  10. Diodato – “Ti muovi”
  11. Loredana Bertè – “Pazza”
  12. Geolier – “I p’ me, tu p’ te”
  13. Alessandra Amoroso – “Fino a qui”
  14. The Kolors – “Un ragazzo una ragazza”
  15. Angelina Mango – “La noia”
  16. Il Volo – “Capolavoro”
  17. BigMama – “La rabbia non ti basta”
  18. Ricchi e Poveri – “Ma non tutta la vita”
  19. Emma – “Apnea”
  20. Francesco Renga and Nek – “Pazzo di te”
  21. Mr. Rain – “Due altalene”
  22. Bnkr44 – “Governo punk”
  23. Gazzelle – “Tutto qui”
  24. Dargen D’Amico – “Onda alta”
  25. Rose Villain – “Click Boom!”
  26. Santi Francesi – “L’amore in bocca”
  27. Fred De Palma – “Il cielo non ci vuole”
  28. Maninni – “Spettacolare”
  29. Alfa – “Vai!”
  30. Il Tre – “Fragili”

Remember that all of the thirty songs are going to be performed tonight for the very first time, while the results will be determined by the press jury only (100%) with no case of withdrawal tonight.

Source: RAI

Stay tuned at Eurovisionfun for even more news regarding this year’s Festival di Sanremo, since no other Greek site knows and covers the Festival as we do! 

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

Sweden: This is the Melodifestivalen 2024 running order of all heats!

A few moments ago, SVT published the running order of all five heats in this years Melodifestivalen tour!

Karin Gunnarsson, producer of the competition, comments:

“Finally, it’s time for all-Sweden’s festival to go out to entertain, engage and find our representative for the Eurovision Song Contest in Malmö in May. There will be glitter, glamour, strong choruses and artistry beyond the ordinary for six wonderful weeks when 30 competing artists compete for Songbird. On the trip, the audience gets to meet both established faces such as Danny, Cazzi Opeia and Marcus & Martinus as well as exciting newcomers to the Mello scene such as Fröken Snusk, Annika Wickihalder and Klaudy.”


“The line-up is star-studded, full of character and hungry for revenge. Opening in Malmö is Adam Woods, who had his public breakthrough last year when he performed together with Jon Henrik Fjällgren and Arc North. Now he stands solo on stage and opens this year’s edition of Mello. Medina makes a comeback and with start number 30 they finish the last of the year’s five races.”

Below you can see the running order.

Heat 1, Saturday 3 February 2024, Malmö Arena, Malmö

  1. Supernatural” – Adam Woods
  2. Hela världen väntar” – Samir & Viktor
  3. Min melodi” – Melina Borglowe
  4. Forever Yours” – Elisa Lindström
  5. Awful Liar” – Lisa Ajax
  6. Heroes Are Calling” – Smash Into Pieces

Heat 2, Saturday 10 February 2024, Scandinavium, Göteborg

  1. When I’m Gone” – Maria Sur
  2. Norrland” – Engmans Kapell
  3. The Silence After You” – Dear Sara
  4. Auma” – C-joe
  5. Dragon” – Liamoo
  6. Unga och fria” – Fröken Snusk

Heat 3, Saturday 17 February 2024, Vida Arena, Växjö

  1. Effortless” – Jacqline
  2. Aldrig mer” – Clara Klingenström
  3. Take My Breath Away” – Kim Cesarion
  4. För dig” – Klaudy
  5. I Won’t Shake (La La Gunilla)” – Gunilla Persson
  6. Give My Heart A Break” – Cazzi Opeia

Heat 4, Saturday 24 February 2024, Stiga Sports Arena, Eskiltuna

  1. Done Getting Over You” – Albin Tingwall
  2. 30 km/h” – Lia Larsson
  3. It’s Not Easy To Write A Love Song” – Dotter
  4. Circus X” – SCARLET
  5. En sång om sommaren” – Lasse Stefanz
  6. Happy That You Found Me” – Danny Saucedo

Heat 5, Saturday 2 March 2024, Löfbergs Arena, Karlstad

  1. Unforgettable” – Marcus & Martinus
  2. Controlla” – Chelsea Muco
  3. Back To My Roots” – Jay Smith
  4. Banne maj” – Elecktra
  5. Light” – Annika Wickihalder
  6. Que sera” – Medina

Melodifestivalen 2024 is scheduled to take place between February 3rd to March 9th.

The schedule for the six shows of the Melodifestivalen 2024 tour

  • Heat 1: Saturday 3 February 2024, Malmö Arena, Malmö
  • Heat 2: Saturday 10 February 2024, Scandinavium, Göteborg
  • Heat 3: Saturday 17 February 2024, Vida Arena, Växjö
  • Heat 4: Saturday 24 February 2024, Stiga Sports Arena, Eskilstuna
  • Heat 5: Saturday 2 March 2024, Löfbergs Arena, Karlstad
  • Final: Saturday 9 March 2024, Friends Arena, Stockholm – Solna

What is your favourite participant of Melodifestivalen 2024? Let us know in the comments section below!

The winner of Melodifestivalen 2023 and hence the Swedish representative at Eurovision 2023 was Loreen with her song “Tattoo“. Loreen went to become the first female artist in history to win the Eurovision Song Contest twice.

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Junior Eurovision 2023: The running order of the show!

In just less than a week, the 21st Junior Eurovision Song Contest will take place live from Nice, France, following Lissandro’s win last year in Yerevan.

It is the second time in Junior Eurovision Contest’s history that the contest is being held in France, with the last time being just two years, which proves the powerhouse that France has begun in the contest.

Tonight, live from Hotel Negresco, located on the much-publicised Promenade des Anglais, the opening ceremony took place. The event was hosted by Carla Lazzari, the French representative at Junior Eurovision 2019 and presenter Manon Théodet.

During the opening ceremony a draw was held in order to determine three spots in Sunday’s show running order:

  • the country that will open the show and perform at spot number one
  • the country that will close the show and perform at spot number sixteen
  • the running order spot in which the host country, namely France, will perform

The draw was conducted by Lissandro, last year’s Junior Eurovision winner with the following outcome:

  • Spain will perform at spot number one
  • France will perform at spot number twelve
  • The Netherlands will close the show, at spot number sixteen

The rest of the running order was decided by the organizers of the show and it was now revealed.

Hence, the final running order of the 21st Junior Eurovision Song Contest is the following:

  1. Spain
  2. Malta
  3. Ukraine
  4. Ireland
  5. United Kingdom
  6. North Macedonia
  7. Estonia
  8. Armenia
  9. Poland
  10. Georgia
  11. Portugal
  12. France
  13. Albania
  14. Italy
  15. Germany
  16. The Netherlands

What’s next?

The following days the first and second technical rehearsals of the participating countries will take place.

Following the second rehearsals, a snippet of each country’s performance will be uploaded online and that marks the beginning of the first phase of the Online Voting, which will determine 50 percent of the total outcome. The online voting platform will close just before the show starts on Sunday and will re-open for a while after all the performances. For more information on how to vote, check this out:

Junior Eurovision 2023 will take place at Palais Nikaia, in the city of Nice, France, next Sunday 26 November. The contest will be hosted by France for the second time after Lissandro won the 2022 contest in Armenia with his song “Oh maman!”.

Stay tuned to Eurovisionfun for all the developments regarding the 21st edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest!

Albania: The running order for the first two nights of Festivali i Këngës 62!

Even at this early stage, the Albanian national selection is already underway. Festivali i Këngës 62, which will indicate the next Albanian representative in Malmö is scheduled to take place as usual in late December.

With the preparations of FiK 62 underway, RTSH held a press conference today, revealing, inter alia, the running order for the first two nights of the competition.

Specifically the running order for the first two nights of Festivali i Këngës 62 is the following:

Night 1
  1.   Stivi Ushe – Askush si ty
  2.   Besa Kokëdhima – Zemën n’Dorë
  3.   Mal Retkoceri – Çmendur
  4.   Eldis Arrnjeti – Një kujtim
  5.   Shpat Deda – S’mund t’jetoj pa ty
  6.   Jehona Ponari – Evol
  7.   PeterPan Quartet
  8.   Festina Mejzini – Melos
  9.   Kastro Zizo – 2073
  10.     Luan Durmishi – Përsëritja
  11.     Melodajn Mancaku – Nuk jemi ne
  12.     Olsi Ballta – Unë
  13.     Andi Tanko – Herë pas herë
  14.     Sergio Hajdini – Uragan
  15.     Santino De Bartolo – Dua të rri me ty
  16.     Olimpia Smajlaj – Asaj
Night 2
  1.   Big Basta and Vesa Luma – Mbinatyrale
  2.   Elsa Lila – Mars
  3.   Jasmina Hako – Ti
  4.   Michela Paluca – Për veten
  5.   Anduel Kovaçi – Nan’
  6.   Irma Lepori
  7.   Sardi Strugaj – Boshastisur
  8.   Erina and the Elementals – Jetën n’skaj
  9.   Kleansa Susaj – Pikturë
  10.     Arsi Bako – Zgjohu
  11.     Tiri Gjoci – Në ëndërr
  12.     Besa Krasniqi – Esenciale
  13.     Bledi Kaso – Çdo gjë mbaroi
  14.     Troy – Horizonti i ëndrrave
  15.     Martina Serreqi – Vetëm ty


On the aforementioned list, we can notice that the names of Samanta and Kejsi Tola are missing. Indeed, Samanta and Kejsi Tola were replaced by Irma Lepuri and the PeterPan Quartet respectively. The withdrawal of those two artists was revealed just after the announcement of FiK 62 regulations, which were probably the motive that gave them the rise of stepping out of the competition.

Which are FiK 62 regulations?

Although, it was announced that the winner of Festivali i Këngës 62 and hence the Albanian representative in Eurovision 2024 would be decided by both a jury committee and the audience on a 50/50 proportion, it turns out that this scenario is not true. At the press conference today, it was mentioned that the system will remain the same as last year. This means that the jury of the festival will choose the winner of Festivali i Këngës 62 and the TV audience the representative of the country.

The two winners may not be the same, as happened last year when the winner of Festivali i Këngës was Elsa Lila, while the representatives of the country were Albina & Familja Kelmendi.

More announcements regarding the competition

The running order has been decided for the first two nights of this year’s FiK. Moreover, it was mentioned that on the third night, the “big” artists will perform with singers who no longer participate, while the “new” artists will sing in a duet, a song from Eurovision.

Then, the finalists will be announced after the end of the third night.

Albania was represented in Liverpool by Albina & Familja Kelmendi with their song “Duje“. Albania managed to return to the Grand Final, finishing 10th in the public voting and 22nd overall.

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Eurovision 2023: Semi-Final running orders will be revealed tomorrow!

Τhrough the official Eurovision account on Twitter, it became known that tomorrow the running order of the countries in the two semi-finals of May 9 and 11 will be announced.

The draw for the semi-finals took place on 31 January at St George’s Hall in Liverpool, where the official handover of the tournament emblem from Turin to Liverpool took place. After a draw, the distribution of the 31 countries competing this year in two semi-finals as well as in which half of the show each country will appear. 15 countries compete in the first semi-final, while 16 countries compete in the second.

The results obtained were the following:

First Semi-Final

semi 1

Second Semi-Final

semi 2

The exact running order  will not be random but will be determined in a way that serves the flow of the show and keeps the viewer interested!

The running order will be announced with the first broadcast on the Eurovision channel on YouTube, tomorrow at 19:00 CET  in the form of a recap of the two semi-finals that will also include the exact running order.

What are your prediction about the running order of the two Semi-Finals?

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