After the reveal of the four acts that will be competing in this year’s Junior Songfestival, the respective entries competing in this year’s competition have started to be revealed, ahead of the finale in September. Up first is girl group Infinity with their entry “Never Ever”.
Listen to “Never Ever” on streaming platforms
You are able to listen to “Never Ever” on the following streaming platforms
You are able to listen to all of the competing entries at this year’s Junior Songfestival by following our Spotify playlist. We will update this as the songs get released.
Everything we know about Junior Songfestival 2022
Junior Songfestival 2022 will be held on September 24 on the RTM Stage of Ahoy. The RTM Stage has hosted the National Final since 2020. Tickets are available via the AVROTROS website. AVROTROS members can purchase tickets for €10, whilst Non-Members can purchase tickets for €15 (which excludes the €0.50 service charge). The 4 acts will have songs written for them to compete with. The winner of Junior Songfestival 2022 will represent the Netherlands at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Yerevan.
The competing acts and the name of their entries are as follows:
- Infinity – “Never Ever”
- Mixed Up – “It Doesn’t Matter”
- High5 – “Because I Know”
- Luna – “La Festa”
The Netherlands’ Junior Eurovision Journey
Being one of the countries that participated in the first edition in 2003, The Netherlands is the only country to have competed in every Junior Eurovision Song Contest. They managed to win once in 2009 with Ralf Mackenbach and his entry “Click Clack”, and finished second in 2011 with Rachel and “Teenager”.
In 2021, The Netherlands selected Ayana to represent them in Paris with the song “Mata Sugu Aō Ne”, where they placed 19th with 43 points from the Jury and the Online Vote.
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