On Saturday 5 March, the successor to 'Loco Loco' shall be realised, as Serbia selects its entry to the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest. The grand final of 'Pesma za Evroviziju' (Song for Eurovision) will be coming to us live from Belgrade.
📺 TUNE IN: Pesma za Evroviziju will begin at 21:05 CET on Saturday 5 March. Serbian broadcaster TVR will be airing the pre-selection on RTS1, with a live stream set up on YouTube especially for international viewers.
You wait a whole year for a Serbian pre-selection to arrive, and then 3 come along at once! After semi-final 1 on Thursday evening and semi-final 2 on Friday evening, in which 18 songs were reduced to 9 on both nights, Saturday night sees the grand final of Pesma za Evroviziju. This time, however, 18 songs will become just 1. And Serbia will have its entry to the Eurovision Song Contest in May.
Hosts Dragana Kosjerina and Jovan Radomir will be taking us through the evening, before a vote that’s comprised of 50% public televote and 50% jury vote will decide upon the deserving winner.
After Saturday night’s Pesma za Evroviziju, 1 of this lot will be heading to Turin with the Serbian flag held high: