Skip to content
The hosts of Eesti Laul 2016: Henry Kõrvits and Maris Kõrvits
The hosts of Eesti Laul 2016: Henry Kõrvits and Maris Kõrvits
Photo: ERR/Andrei Ozdoba

Estonia: Full line-up of Eesti Laul now known

Tonight the second Semi-Final of Eesti Laul 2016 took place in Tallinn, Estonia. 10 acts competed for 5 spots in the final to be held on Saturday 5th March. The result was decided by votes from both juries and the public. 

The qualifiers

  • Go away bird - Sally
  • Jüri Pootsmann – Play
  • Meisterjaan – Parmupilihullus
  • Grete Paia - Stories untold
  • I Wear Experiment – Patience
Go Away Bird
Go Away Bird © ERR / Andrei Ozdoba
Jüri Pootsmann
Jüri Pootsmann © ERR / Andrei Ozdoba
Meisterjaan © ERR / Andrei Ozdoba
Púr Múdd
Púr Múdd © ERR / Andrei Ozdoba
Grete Paia
Grete Paia © ERR / Andrei Ozdoba
Pōhja-Tallinn & Jaagup Kreem
Pōhja-Tallinn & Jaagup Kreem © ERR / Andrei Ozdoba
Anett Kulbin
Anett Kulbin © ERR / Andrei Ozdoba
Gertu Pabbo
Gertu Pabbo © ERR / Andrei Ozdoba
La La Ladies
La La Ladies © ERR / Andrei Ozdoba
I Wear Experiment
I Wear Experiment © ERR / Andrei Ozdoba

Participants of the second semi-final

  • Go Away Bird - Sally
  • Jüri Pootsmann – Play
  • Meisterjaan – Parmupilihullus
  • Púr Múdd – Meet halfway
  • Grete Paia - Stories untold
  • Pōhja-Tallinn & Jaagup Kreem – Ei ole mul olla
  • Anett Kulbin – Strong
  • Gertu Pabbo - Milijon korda
  • La La Ladies - Unikaalne
  • I Wear Experiment – Patience

Since Eesti Laul was launched in 2009, Estonia has sent a diverse range of musical styles and acts to the Eurovision Song Contest. Whilst the main aim of the show is to select an entry for the Eurovision Song Contest, it remains a popular showcase in its own right for Estonian artists. This year a record 238 songs were submitted to the competition. 

You can watch the final on on Saturday 5 March 2016.

Comments 💬