Preparations for the Maltese national final set for next month are in full swing. With less than four weeks to go for the Maltese representative to be chosen, it’s time to take a look at some updates from the island of Malta!
At the moment, all competing artists are on an intensive promotional campaign on all PBS mediums, both TV and radio doing interviews on various shows, whilst having their music videos shown throughout the day on TVM and TVM2.
The Running Order
The running order for the semi final was published today. Check out the order of performance below:
- Lyndsay Pace – Home
- Iona Dalli – Could Have Been Me
- Franklin – Still Here
- Christabelle – Rush
- Jessika – Fandango
- Chris Grech – Closed Doors
- Karen DeBattista – 12, Baker Street
- Daniel Testa – Something In The Way
- Glen Vella – Breakaway
- Raquel – Stop Haunting Me
- Domenique – Take Me As I Am
- Lawrence Gray – The One That You Love
- Deborah C – It’s OK
- Danica Muscat – Close Your Eyes
- Corazon – Secretly
- L-Aħwa – Beautiful To Me
- Amber – Warrior
- Trilogy – Chasing a Dream
- Dominic – Once In A While
- Ekklesia – Love and Let Go
Postcard filming took place last Saturday at the Garden of Eden. By the looks of it, the postcards will have an interview based theme.
The stage at the Marsa shipbuilding is also taking shape. The stage is being built for the Junior Eurovision but it will also be used for the Maltese national final. Take a look at the stage structure construction below.
The MESC 2015 semi final will be held on Friday 21st November where the 20 songs will fight for 14 places in the final taking place the following day, on Saturday 22nd November. Both shows will be staged at the Marsa shipbuilding.