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Croatia 2024: 'Dora's 24 songs released

09 January 2024 at 12:51 CET
Let 3 performed Mama ŠČ! for Croatia at the Grand Final at Liverpool Arena Sarah Louise Bennett / EBU
The 24 songs taking part in 'Dora' - Croatia's pre-selection for the 68th Eurovision Song Contest - have been released by broadcaster HRT.

At the end of 2023 they gave us the names, and now Croatian broadcaster HRT is giving us the music! On Tuesday 9 January, the 24 songs competing in Dora 2024 were revealed for our listening pleasure. 

The release comes 6 weeks in advance of Dora, which is taking on a slightly different form to its most recent editions. For the first time in over a decade, Dora will consist of two semi-finals and a final. The contest is also returning to the country's capital, Zagreb, for the first time since 2011.

The first and second semi-finals will take place on Thursday and Friday, 22 and 23 February, respectively. The all-important final will then be held on Sunday 25 February. And after the night is wrapped up, we'll know Croatia's entry to the 68th Eurovision Song Contest!

Before Dora gets started, and celebrates its 25th edition, you can listen to all 24 competing songs right here:  

Alen Đuras – A Tamburitza Lullaby

Let 3 – Baba Roga

Noelle – Baby, Baby

Boris Štok – Can We Talk

Natalie Balmix – Dijamanti

Pavel – Do mjeseca

Marcela – Gasoline

Erna – How Do You Love Me

Vinko – Lying Eyes

Lana Mandarić – More

James Night – Nebo plače

Saša Lozar – Ne plačem zbog nje

Barbara Munjas – Nepobjediva

Lara Demarin – Ne vjerujem ti

The Splitters – Od kad te sanjam

Misha – One Day

ET – Pametnom dosta

Lu Dedić – Plavi leptir

Baby Lasagna – Rim Tim Tagi Dim

Vatra – Slatke suze, gorka ljubav

Stefany Žužić – Sretnih dana dat’ će Bog

Eugen – Tišine

Mario Battifiaca feat. Robert Ferlin – Vodu piti trizan biti

Damir Kedžo – Voljena ženo

The winner of Dora 2024 will succeed 2023's winners, Let 3. The band went on to represent Croatia at the Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool and achieved a 13th-place finish in the Grand Final for the country, with their crowd-pleaser Mama ŠČ!.

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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