📃 Eurovision 2022 Running Orders revealed.

📃 Eurovision 2022 Running Orders revealed.

The Running Orders have been revealed for the semi-finals of the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest. The Semi-finals will take place on Tuesday 10th May and Thursday 12th May. The running orders are as follows.

Eurovision 2022 Running Orders: Semi 1

Albania’s Ronela has been revealed to be Opening Semi final 1 of Eurovision 2022, while Armenia’s Rosa Linn will close out the first Eurovision live show.

OrderCountryArtistSong Title
1AlbaniaRonela Hajati“SEKRET”
2LatviaCiti Zēni“Eat Your Salad”
3LithuaniaMonika Liu“Sentimentai”
4SwitzerlandMarius Bear“Boys Do Cry”
6UkraineKalush Orchestra“Stefania”
7BulgariaIntelligent Music Project“Intention”
8The NetherlandsS10De Dipete”
9Moldova Zdob şi Zdub & Fraţii AdvahovTrenuleţul
10PortugalMAROSaudade, Saudade
11CroatiaMia Dimšić“Guilty Pleasure”
12DenmarkREDDI“The Show”
13AustriaLUM!X ft Pia Maria“Halo”
14IcelandSysturMeð Hækkandi Sól
15GreeceAmanda Georgiadis Tenfjord“Die Together”
16NorwaySubwoolfer“Give That Wolf A Banana”
17ArmeniaRosa Linn“SNAP”

Eurovision Running Orders: Semi 2

For the second Eurovision semi-final, Finland’s rock band The Rasmus have been chosen to open the show, while Czech Republic’s We Are DOMI will close out this year’s Eurovision 2022 semi-finals.

OrderCountryArtistSong Title
1FinlandThe Rasmus“Jezebel”
2IsraelMichael Ben David“I.M”
3SerbiaKonstrakta“In Corpore Sano”
4AzerbaijanNadir Rustamli“Fade To Black
5GeorgiaCircus Mircus“Lock Me In”
6MaltaEmma Muscat“I Am What I Am”
7San MarinoAchille Lauro“Stripper”
8AustraliaSheldon Riley“Not The Same”
10IrelandBrooke Scullion“That’s Rich”
11North MacedoniaAndrea“Circles”
16BelgiumJérémie Makiese“Miss You”
17SwedenCornelia Jakobs“Hold Me Closer”
18Czech RepublicWe Are DOMI“Lights Off”

Listen to all available 2022 Eurovision entries

You can listen to all the available Eurovision 2022 entries by checking out our Spotify playlist.

Eurovision Song Contest 2022

Italy won the right to host the 2022 Eurovision Contest after Måneskin won the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam. Since then, Turin was selected to host the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest, which is due to take place on 10th, 12th, and 14th May. It’s been revealed that 41 countries will be competing in the 66th edition of the competition with Armenia & Montenegro returning to the competition.

The slogan for this year’s Eurovision is The Sound of Beauty, and you can see more about how the stage fits in with the concept here!

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News Source: EBU

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