Hungary: MTVA reveals the 30 qualifiers of A Dal 2014

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Today, MTVA held a press conference where the 30 qualifiers for this year’s edition of A Dal were revealed. A ten member jury selected the 30 qualifiers out of the 435 entries that MTVA received this year.

These are the 30 qualifiers:

  1. András Kállay SaundersRunning
  2. Bálint GájerElmaradt pillanatok
  3. BelmondoMiért ne higgyem
  4. Bogi We All
  5. Dénes PálBrave New World
  6. Depresszió – Csak a zene
  7. Extensive – Help Me
  8. Fool Moon – It Can’t Be Over
  9. Gabi Knoll – Sweet Memories
  10. Gigi Radics – Catch Me
  11. Group n Swing – Retikül
  12. Heni Dér – Ég veled (Next Please)
  13. Hien – The Way I Do
  14. HoneyBeast – A legnagyobb hős
  15. Ibolya Oláh – Egy percig sztár
  16. Joni – Waterfall
  17. Laura Cserpes – Úgy szállj
  18. Leslie Szabó – Hogy segíthetnék
  19. Lil C – Break Up
  20. Lilla Polyák – Karcolás
  21. Linda Király – Everything
  22. Music Fabrik – This Is My Life
  23. Mystery Gang – Játssz még jazzgitár
  24. New Level Empire – The Last One
  25. Noémi Takács – Minden mosoly
  26. Saci Szécsi & Böbe Szécsi – Born To Fly
  27. Tamás Vastag – Miss One Smile
  28. To Beat or Not to Beat – Camon Babe (Meg akarom mondani)
  29. Viktor Király – Running Out Of Time
  30. Zsuzsanna Batta – Marge – Morning Light
The list includes some past Eurovision participants. Fool Moon have taken part in Eurovision before, as they were the backing vocalists for Csézy in 2008, and two members of Fool Moon; Viktor Rakonczai (jury member in the last two editions of A Dal) and Gergő Rácz (A Dal 2013), were also members of the band VIP who represented Hungary in the Eurovision Song Contest back in 1997.
 The 2014 Hungarian Eurovision national selection will kick off on 25 January when the the first heat is scheduled to take place.  The grand final will be held on 22 February in Budapest.

The 2014 Hungarian national selection will consist of a total of 6 television shows: 3 heats, 2 semi-finals and the final.

A Dal 2014 Agenda


January 25 – Heat 1

February 01 – Heat 2

February 08- Heat 3

February 15-  Semi-final 1

February 16-  Semi-final 2 

February 22- Final

Hungary debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1994  and is yet to win the contest. The country’s best placing was a 4th place in 1994 when they debuted at the  Eurovision Song Contest in Dublin with Frederika Bayer’s‘s Kinek Mondjam Al Vetkeimet!

ByeAlex represented Hungary at the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest with her entry Kedvesem, achieving a 10th  placing in the final.

Stay tuned to for more news on A Dal, Hungary and the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest.


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