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All you need to know about Serbia's 'Pesma za Evroviziju' final

01 March 2024 at 15:51 CET
Luke Black from Serbia attending the Turquoise Carpet event at St. George’s Hall, Liverpool. Sarah Louise Bennett / EBU
As the third edition of 'Pesma za Evroviziju' draws to its conclusion in Serbia, we've got a guide on what you can expect from the 16-song final.

How To Watch: The 'Pesma za Evroviziju' final kicks off promptly at 21:00 CET on Saturday 2 March. Wherever you are in the world, you'll be able to tune in live via a stream on Serbian broadcaster RTS' official YouTube channel.

We'll be bellowing a heartfelt 'Здраво!' to Belgrade on Saturday night as we saunter over to Serbia for an eclectic evening of the nation's finest music offerings.

The Pesma za Evroviziju final is happening in the country's capital and we're going to be watching in wonder as 16 artists showcase their songs in a bid to be declared the winner of the competition in 2024.

The final of Pesma za Evroviziju comes after two semi-finals took place earlier in the week - on Tuesday and Thursday, 27 and 29 February. 

In each semi-final we had 14 songs competing for 8 available slots in Saturday night's final. Now, we have our ultimate lineup of 16 songs, ready to be performed again in the hopes of becoming the Pesma za Evroviziju 2024 victor.

The hosts of Pesma za Evroviziju 2024 RTS

On presenting duties for the evening we'll have the regular host of the show, Dragana Kosjerina, joined by the actor Slaven Došlo. This pairing will be guiding us through the songs and the results, while the hosts Kristina Radenković and Stefan Popović will be bringing us all the gossip and gaiety from the green room.

Voting on the night will be done via a public vote and a jury vote, with each contributing 50% of the scores in deciding the Pesma za Evroviziju winner.

Hurricane, Serbia, Second Semi-Final, Rotterdam Ahoy, 20 May 2021 EBU / Andres Putting

Before you sit down to Saturday night's show in Serbia, you can already peruse the pop potential of the 16 songs ahead of time.

Right here, you can listen to each of the finalists so that you can get to know in advance who you're going to be cheering on:

Nemanja Radošević - Jutra bez tebe

Bojana x David - No No No

Marko Mandić - Dno

Dušan Kurtić - Zbog tebe živim

Milan Bujaković - Moje tvoje

M.IRA - Percepcija

Hristina - Bedem

Breskvica - Orlovo gnezdo

Lena Kovačević - Zovi me Lena

Keni nije mrtav - Dijamanti

Zejna - Najbolja

Konstrakta - Novo, bolje

Iva Lorens - Dom

Zorja - Lik u ogledalu

Džordži - Luna park

Teya Dora - Ramonda

At the 67th Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool, Serbia was represented by the winner of Pesma za Evroviziju 2023 - Samo Mi Se Spava by Luke Black, which qualified to the Grand Final. 

Luke's success meant that in the past 5 Eurovision Song Contests, Serbia has competed in the Grand Final every time.

You can listen to all 37 songs of Eurovision 2024 via your favourite streaming service or watch the music videos on our YouTube channel.

The Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Malmö, Sweden on Tuesday 7 May (First Semi-Final), Thursday 9 May (Second Semi-Final) and Saturday 11 May (Grand Final) 2024.

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