Croatia confirms its participation at Eurovision 2023!
Unsurprisingly, the country will choose an artist and a song via the traditional music festival “Dora“.
HRT gave initial details about the selection process
“Dora 2023” – Main Details
- HRT will ordain a professional jury committee that will evaluate the submitted songs.
- The submission window will close on the 20th of November 2022.
- Between 12 and 28 songs will be performed in “Dora 2023“
- “Dora 2023” will be held in February 2023, in the city of Opatija.
- The exact format for “Dora 2023” (including the decision on whether the semi-finals will be included) will be determined on January 10, 2023.
- Applicants are required to submit their applications via an online form available on the official website of HRT.
- Performers (solo artists or groups of 2-6 people) must be citizens of Croatia .
- Performers must be at least 16 years of age on the day of submissions.
- The maximum song duration is 3 minutes.
- Songs can be submitted in Croatian or another official European language
- HRT reserves the right to determine the order of performance of compositions at “Dora 2023″.
- The winner of “Dora 2023” will be determined by a combination of national jury and public vote
- HRT reserves the exclusive right to choose the artist, as well as the right to change the already chosen artist of a particular song until the start of the “Dora 2023“ competition, especially in the event of the impossibility of performing or achieving better performance quality
Mia Dimšić represented Croatia at Eurovision 2022 with the song “Guilty Pleasure“.
She finished in 11th place in semi-final 1.
Which artists would you like to see representing Croatia at Eurovision 2023?