Listen Now To Hungary’s “A Dal 2019” Songs

During a press conference took place this morning, MTVA the Hungarian broadcast revealed the 30 entrants to participates their national final selection “A Dal 2019”.

A Dal format is in use since 2012 and its the first time ever the contest logo gets Re-brand.  The new logo turns the familiar “A” to a golden play sign that means the game is definitely on!

This year 30 songs will join the race to represent Hungary at the Eurovision song contest.  3 quarterfinals with 10 songs each will take place January 19th & 26th and February 2nd.  then, the quarter qualifiers will compete in two semi-finals on February 9th & 16th,  and the final night which in we all know who will raise the Hungarian flag in Tel Aviv will take place on 23 February.  All shows will be hosted by “Bogi Dallos” & “Gábr Alfréd Fehérvári”.

Among these 30 Acts, we have many artists returning both to “A Dal” and “Eurovision” stage.  2 artists even won the contest in the past and represented Hungary in Eurovision. First is Hungarian representative for Eurovision 2017 “Joci Pápai” came 8th in Kyiv’s final with “Origo” will sing “Az én apám“.  second “András Kállay-Saunders” came 5th in Eurovision 2014 with his entry “Running” returns with his new band project band “Middletonz” he created with the Iranian rapper “Slashkovic” singing “Roses”.  Besides those two, returning this year to “A Dal stage also: “Kyra Fedor” (QF 2017), “yesyes” (Final 2018), “Gergo Oláh” (Semi Final 2015, Final 2016″), Leander Kills” (Final 2018).

Bellow the Full list and snippes of all 30 “A Dal 2019” acts:



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