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Serbia selects: A guide to the 'Pesma Za Evroviziju' final

04 March 2023 at 11:04 CET
Serbia’s Konstrakta at the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 Grand Final EBU / Corinne Cumming
On Saturday night Serbia will pick its entry to the 67th Eurovision Song Contest - as the grand final of its 'Pesma Za Evroviziju' pre-selection takes place.

HOW TO WATCH: The 'Pesma Za Evroviziju' final starts at 21:05 CET on Saturday 4 March. Serbian broadcaster RTS have set up a live stream of the show via their YouTube channel, so that everyone around the world can watch.

We head to Belgrade on Saturday night, as Serbia selects its successor to In Corpore Sano - the Konstrakta song that made such a great impression in Turin in 2022, when it represented Serbia at the 66th Eurovision Song Contest, finishing in 5th place. 

Serbia's song for Liverpool will be found via its Pesma Za Evroviziju national final, which draws to its conclusion on Saturday night after 2 semi finals happened earlier in the week, on Wednesday and Thursday, 1 and 2 March respectively. 

In those semi finals, we saw a total of 32 entries performed across 2 shows, with a jury vote and a public vote choosing its 8 favourite songs from each show. Saturday night's final now has a lineup of 16 competitors who have proven they can make an impression on voters!

Both the public and the juries will be called upon once again to vote on Saturday night's finalists. Once all entries have been performed, voting will open, with the public vote and the jury vote each accounting for 50% of the final scores.

Once those scores have been totted up, we'll know which song Serbia is sending to Liverpool in May, to represent the country at the 67th Eurovision Song Contest. 

Milan Marić and Dragana Kosjerina will be our hosts for the evening, while Kristina Radenković and Stefan Popović will be presenting from the Green Room.

Serbia will perform in the First Semi-Final at the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest.

The Songs

These are the 16 songs that we'll be watching compete on Saturday night, in the order that they'll be performed in. The performances are from the semi-final stages of Pesma Za Evroviziju, earlier in the week.

Stefan Shy – Od Jastuka Do Jastuka

Boris Subotić – Nedostupan

Nadia – Devojka Tvog Dečka

Duo Grand – Viva La Vida

Nađa – Moj Prvi Ožiljak Na Duši

Frajle – Neka, Neka

Hurricane – Zumi Zimi Zami

CHEGI & Braća Bluz Bend – Svadba Ili Kavga

Dzipsii – Greh

Luke Black – Samo Mi Se Spava

Filip Baloš – Novi Plan Drugi San

Princ – Cvet Sa Istoka

Filarri – Posle Mene

Gift – Liberta

Emphaty Soul Project – Indigo

Zejna – Rumba

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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