Dare to Dream

14, 16 & 18 May 2019

ESC2018
25days
14hours
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Until the Grand Final

25days
14hours
22min
00sec

Until the Grand Final

Three more acts through to final of Iceland's national selection

Söngvakeppnin 2019, Iceland's national selection for the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest, held its second and last semi-final in Reykjavik today. Five artists performed in the second live show, from which the TV viewers chose their two favourites: Friðrik Ómar, one half of Euroband, who represented Iceland in 2008, and Tara Mobee. The contest’s selection commission reserved the right to give one of the eliminated songs a wildcard for the final on the 2nd of March, and they gave it to Kristina Skoubo Bærendsen. Read more about Söngvakeppnin 2019 here.

Iceland started their quest for Eurovision 2019 glory

Iceland's national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest, Söngvakeppnin, kicked off today with the first semi-final, live from Háskólabíó in Reykjavik. The first live show featured five songs from which the TV viewers voted two songs through to the final: Hatari with Hatrið Mun Sigra and Hera Björk with Eitt Andartak. Kristina Skoubo Bærendsen, Þórdís Imsland and Daníel Óliver got eliminated. The contest’s selection commission reserves the right to give one of them a wildcard for the final on the 2nd of March. Learn more about Söngvakeppnin 2019 here.

All 41 Songs

Have you heard this year's participating songs? Listen here!

Merchandise

For official merchandise, go to our Eurovision Shop.

Dare to Dream

This year's slogan and the theme artwork symbolise inclusion, diversity and unity, resonating with the core values of the Eurovision Song Contest.

Final line-up complete in Iceland

The second semi-final of Söngvakeppnin, the Icelandic national selection for Eurovision 2018 has taken place. The following songs qualified for the final on March 3rd:
  • Aron Hannes - Gold Digger
  • Attan (Sonja Valdín & Egill Ploder) - Hér með þér / Here With You
  • Dagur Sigurðarson - Í stormi / Saviours

All 41 Songs

Have you heard this year's participating songs? Listen here!

Merchandise

For official merchandise, go to our Eurovision Shop.

Dare to Dream

This year's slogan and the theme artwork symbolise inclusion, diversity and unity, resonating with the core values of the Eurovision Song Contest.