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Hungary: MTVA releases the competing songs of A Dal 2019

by Stratos Agadellis 819 views

Ahead of the shows’ beginning on Saturday, we may now listen to all songs that will be fighting for Hungary’s Eurovision representation. Just a little before, the country’s national broadcaster MTVA released the 30 acts that have got the ticket for A Dal‘s three heat shows.

Here is the list with the songs of A Dal 2019, while you may enjoy all of them by clicking here! Share your favourite with us! Which one should win the competition?

  • Acoustic Planet – Nyári zápor
  • Antal Tímea feat. Demko GergőKedves Világ!
  • Berkes OlivérLighthouse
  • DENIZIde várnak vissza
  • DianaLittle bird
  • Fatal ErrorKulcs
  • GotthyCsak 1 perc
  • Hajdu KláraYou’re gonna rise
  • Hamar BarniWasted
  • Heatlie DávidLa Mama Hotel
  • KonyhaSzázszor visszajátszott
  • KYRAMaradj még
  • Leander KillsHazavágyom
  • Mocsok 1 Kölykök – Egyszer
  • Monyo Project Run baby run
  • Nagy BogiHolnap
  • NomadA remény hídjai
  • Oláh GergőHozzád bújnék
  • Pápai JociAz én Apám
  • Pátkai RozinaFrida
  • PetruskaHelp me out of here
  • Ruby HarlemForró
  • SalvusBarát
  • Szekér GergőMadár, repülj!
  • The MiddletonzRoses
  • The SignŐ
  • USNKPosztolj
  • Váray LászlóSomeone who lives like this
  • Vavra BenceSzótlanság
  • YesYesIncomplete

A Dal 2019 starts this Saturday with Heat #1, where a total of 6 entries will progress to the semi-finals of the competition. All shows will be hosted by the singers Freddie (Eurovision 2016 hopeful) and Bogi Dallos.

Bogi Dallos and Freddie (Copyright: MTVA)

A Dal 2019 calendar

  • Heat 1: 19 January
  • Heat 2: 26 January
  • Heat 3: 2 February
  • Semi-final 1: 9 February
  • Semi-final 2: 16 February
  • Grand Final: 23 February

Hungary at Eurovision

Hungary first entered the Eurovision house in 1994 and made an impressive debut with a remarkable 4th place, which is still their best result to date. The country has participated 16 times in total and has seen only two semi-final eliminations, since the system’s introduction in 2004.

Since 2011, Hungary has been qualifying to the Grand Final every year, and has ended up in the Top 10 twice (2014, 2017). At Lisbon’s Eurovision Song Contest, the country of central Europe was represented by the metal band AWS, with the Hungarian-lyric song Viszlát nyár (Summer, Gone). The band progressed to the final, where they came 21st, with a total of 93 points.

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