🇮🇸 Söngvakeppnin 2023 entries to be revealed on 28th January

🇮🇸 Söngvakeppnin 2023 entries to be revealed on 28th January

Iceland becomes the latest country to reveal more about their national selection this year. Broadcaster RÚV has announced that the ten songs competing to represent Iceland as part of Söngvakeppnin 2023 will be revealed in a launch show on 28th January. The show will include excerpts from each of the entries.

The launch show, Lögin í Söngvakeppnini, will be broadcast on RÚV at 19.45 local time (20.45 CET).

About Söngvakeppnin 2023

The semi-finals of Söngvakeppnin 2023 will take place on the 18th and 25th of February, while the final will take place on March 4th. Ten songs will compete for four places in the final, however, the jury reserves the right to select a fifth song to compete in the final after the semi-finals are complete. RÚV previously revealed that 132 songs were submitted for consideration in this edition.

Iceland’s Eurovision journey

Iceland made its debut on the Eurovision stage in 1986, finishing 16th with the song “GleĂ°ibankinn” (Bank of fun) by ICY. In their 34 appearances, Iceland has finished in top 10 an impressive 7 times. Their best result to date is second place, which they have achieved twice. The first time was in 1999, where Selma BjörnsdĂłttir received 146 points for her performance of “All out of luck”. The second time was in 2009, with Yohanna singing “Is It True” and receiving 218 points. Iceland’s most recent representative on the Eurovision stage was Systur, singing “MeĂ° hækkandi sĂłl”, finishing 23rd with 20 points.

Are you excited to hear the entries for Söngvakeppnin 2023? Who would you like to see represent  Iceland next year? As always, let us know what you think by commenting below. Also, be sure to follow “That Eurovision Site” on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok as we gear up for Eurovision 2023!

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