Hungary: A Dal 2016 dates and participants announced

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Hungarian national broadcaster has announced the dates of the forthcoming 2016 Hungarian Eurovision national selection; A Dal 2016.

Hungary will yet again select its Eurovision entry and act via their traditional national selection A Dal, as has been the case in the recent years.

The Hungarian national selection will be hosted by Tatár Csilla and Harsányi Levente.

A Dal 2016 will consist of a total of 6 televised shows: 3 heats, 2 semi-finals and the grand final. A Dal will kick off on Saturday 23 January and conclude on Saturday 27 February:

  • 23/01-  Heat 1
  • 30/01- Heat 2
  • 06/02- Heat 3
  • 13/02 -Semi-final 1
  • 20/02- Semi-final 2
  • 27/02- Grand Final

As in previous years, a total of 30 acts will participate in the competition:

  1. André VásáryWhy
  2. Anna PataiColors 
  3. B The FirstYou told me you loved me
  4. Bálint GájerSpeed bump
  5. BenjiKötéltánc
  6. By The WayFree to fly 
  7. C.E.T. (Alex Kabai)Free
  8. Egy Másik ZenekarKéne közös kép
  9. Fatima MohamedOtt leszek
  10. FreddiePioneer
  11. Group’n’swingSzeretni fáj
  12. ÍvLove kills me
  13. Jázmin TörökPower of love
  14. Júlia Horányi Come Along 
  15. Kállay-Saunders BandWho we are
  16. Karmapolis & Böbe Szécsi Hold on to
  17. Laci GáspárLove and bass
  18. Maszkura & The TücsökrajKinek sírjam
  19. MisztrálReggeli reggae
  20. MushuUncle tom
  21. Nika (Mónika Veres)Beatuiful Love 
  22. OdettStardust
  23. Oláh GergőGyőz a jó
  24. Olivér BerkesSeven seas
  25. Parno Graszt – Már nem szédülök
  26. PassedDriftin’ 
  27. Petra Veres-Kovács Singing peace
  28. PetruskaTrouble in my mind
  29. Reni TolvaiFire 
  30. Szilvia AgárdiIt is love

You can listen to the competing entries on A Dal’s official website.

The 2016 Eurovision Song Contest is scheduled to be held on 10, 12 and 14 May at the Ericsson Globe Arena in Stockholm, Sweden.

In 2015 Boggie won the golden ticket to Vienna with her song Wars for nothing and represented Hungary at the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest.

Hungary debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1994 and is yet to win the event. The country achieved its best placing in the competition in 1994 with Frederika Bayer.

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