Dare to Dream

14, 16 & 18 May 2019

ESC2018

Georgia joined the Eurovision Song Contest in 2007 and has participated 10 times since its debut. The country is known as the Cradle of Wine and is famed for its traditions of hospitality and cuisine.

In the first years of participation, Georgia qualified for the Grand Final every year until 2012. Georgia's best placing in the Eurovision Song Contest, ninth, was achieved in 2010 and 2011. Georgia has used national finals as well as internal selections to choose its Eurovision entries over the years.
Whilst Georgia has yet to win the Eurovision Song Contest, the country has won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest three times, more than any other country. In 2017 the Junior Eurovision Song Contest was held in the capital Tbilisi.

Facts

First participation
2007 (Sopho)
Victories
None
Hosts
None

The basics

Full country name
Georgia
Capital
Tbilisi

Featured participant

Georgia
Tel Aviv 2019
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Helsinki 2007SophoVisionary Dream
Semi-Final1238
Grand Final9712
Belgrade 2008Diana GurtskayaPeace Will Come
Grand Final8311
Second Semi-Final1075
Oslo 2010Sofia Nizharadze Shine
Grand Final1369
Second Semi-Final1063
Düsseldorf 2011EldrineOne More Day
First Semi-Final746
Grand Final1109
Baku 2012Anri JokhadzeI'm A Joker
Second Semi-Final3614
Malmö 2013Nodi Tatishvili & Sophie GelovaniWaterfall
Grand Final5015
Second Semi-Final6310
Copenhagen 2014The Shin and MarikoThree Minutes to Earth
Second Semi-Final1515
Vienna 2015Nina SublattiWarrior
First Semi-Final984
Grand Final5111
Stockholm 2016Nika Kocharov and Young Georgian LolitazMidnight Gold
Grand Final10420
Second Semi-Final1239
Kyiv 2017Tamara GachechiladzeKeep The Faith
First Semi-Final9911
Lisbon 2018Ethno-Jazz Band IriaoFor You
Second Semi-Final2418
Tel Aviv 2019

Georgia joined the Eurovision Song Contest in 2007 and has participated 10 times since its debut. The country is known as the Cradle of Wine and is famed for its traditions of hospitality and cuisine.

In the first years of participation, Georgia qualified for the Grand Final every year until 2012. Georgia's best placing in the Eurovision Song Contest, ninth, was achieved in 2010 and 2011. Georgia has used national finals as well as internal selections to choose its Eurovision entries over the years.
Whilst Georgia has yet to win the Eurovision Song Contest, the country has won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest three times, more than any other country. In 2017 the Junior Eurovision Song Contest was held in the capital Tbilisi.

The basics

Full country name
Georgia
Capital
Tbilisi

Facts

First participation
2007 (Sopho)
Victories
None
Hosts
None

Featured participant

Georgia
Tel Aviv 2019
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Helsinki 2007SophoVisionary Dream
Semi-Final1238
Grand Final9712
Belgrade 2008Diana GurtskayaPeace Will Come
Grand Final8311
Second Semi-Final1075
Oslo 2010Sofia Nizharadze Shine
Grand Final1369
Second Semi-Final1063
Düsseldorf 2011EldrineOne More Day
First Semi-Final746
Grand Final1109
Baku 2012Anri JokhadzeI'm A Joker
Second Semi-Final3614
Malmö 2013Nodi Tatishvili & Sophie GelovaniWaterfall
Grand Final5015
Second Semi-Final6310
Copenhagen 2014The Shin and MarikoThree Minutes to Earth
Second Semi-Final1515
Vienna 2015Nina SublattiWarrior
First Semi-Final984
Grand Final5111
Stockholm 2016Nika Kocharov and Young Georgian LolitazMidnight Gold
Grand Final10420
Second Semi-Final1239
Kyiv 2017Tamara GachechiladzeKeep The Faith
First Semi-Final9911
Lisbon 2018Ethno-Jazz Band IriaoFor You
Second Semi-Final2418
Tel Aviv 2019

The basics

Full country name
Georgia
Capital
Tbilisi

Facts

First participation
2007 (Sopho)
Victories
None
Hosts
None

Georgia joined the Eurovision Song Contest in 2007 and has participated 10 times since its debut. The country is known as the Cradle of Wine and is famed for its traditions of hospitality and cuisine.

In the first years of participation, Georgia qualified for the Grand Final every year until 2012. Georgia's best placing in the Eurovision Song Contest, ninth, was achieved in 2010 and 2011. Georgia has used national finals as well as internal selections to choose its Eurovision entries over the years.
Whilst Georgia has yet to win the Eurovision Song Contest, the country has won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest three times, more than any other country. In 2017 the Junior Eurovision Song Contest was held in the capital Tbilisi.

Featured participant

Georgia
Tel Aviv 2019
Event
Represented by
Song
Points
Rank
Helsinki 2007SophoVisionary Dream
Semi-Final1238
Grand Final9712
Belgrade 2008Diana GurtskayaPeace Will Come
Grand Final8311
Second Semi-Final1075
Oslo 2010Sofia Nizharadze Shine
Grand Final1369
Second Semi-Final1063
Düsseldorf 2011EldrineOne More Day
First Semi-Final746
Grand Final1109
Baku 2012Anri JokhadzeI'm A Joker
Second Semi-Final3614
Malmö 2013Nodi Tatishvili & Sophie GelovaniWaterfall
Grand Final5015
Second Semi-Final6310
Copenhagen 2014The Shin and MarikoThree Minutes to Earth
Second Semi-Final1515
Vienna 2015Nina SublattiWarrior
First Semi-Final984
Grand Final5111
Stockholm 2016Nika Kocharov and Young Georgian LolitazMidnight Gold
Grand Final10420
Second Semi-Final1239
Kyiv 2017Tamara GachechiladzeKeep The Faith
First Semi-Final9911
Lisbon 2018Ethno-Jazz Band IriaoFor You
Second Semi-Final2418
Tel Aviv 2019