Kazakhstan will select their Junior Eurovision entrant through a national final set for November 6.
More details on the Kazakh selection were revealed in a press conference, with the application window to be open until October 6th. Certain rules apply, including:
- A maximum of six people can be in a group
- Artists must be between 9 and 14 years old as of the date of Junior Eurovision this year
- Artists must be Kazakh citizens or be legally residing in the nation for at least two years
After sifting through the submissions, a jury will select 30 acts to be uploaded to the Khabar website. Between October 8 and 12, public voting will determine which 10 acts will advance to a live final to be broadcast on November 6th. The results of the online vote will be revealed on October 12th.
Karakat Bashanova represented Kazakhstan in 2020 with the song Forever. She finished in second place, and you can watch the performance below: