Hungarian broadcaster MTVA have now confirmed that the usual national selection A Dal will not be used to select Hungary’s participant for next year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Furthermore, the broadcaster has not yet confirmed whether the nation will continue to participate at Eurovision, or whether they will withdraw from the 2020 contest. A Dal will…Read More
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Hungary opens Submission period for A Dal 2019
Earlier in the week, Hungarian broadcaster MTVA opened the submission period for their national selection, A Dal. Up until November 8, interested participants will be able to submit their songs through the official A Dal website. The applications must feature the following: The audio file in flac, m4a, mp3, ogg, wav or wma format The…Read More
Hungary launches their Eurovision 2018 Selection!
We’re excited to say that Hungary will be participating in the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest, and now officially the search has begun for the act that will be following on from the success of Joci Pápai with his touching song Origo. Like in previous years, Hungary will be using the national final format of A…Read More
Hungary: Two Acts Disqualified from A Dal
Late last year we reported on the acts who would be competing in Hungary’s National Selection for Eurovision. Recently, two of the 30 acts have departed from the competition, and have now been replaced by two new acts. The first of the two acts is Jetlag, who were set to perform their song Keresem a…Read More
Freddie will represent Hungary!
Once again, the Hungarian broadcaster has chosen to use A Dal as the process in selecting the act for Eurovision. The final took place in the weekend past, with eight diverse entries to choose from. The show was hosted by Csilla Tatar and Levente Harsanyi, and the interval acts were Boggie (2015 Eurovision participant) and…Read More