Saturday, 16th of February
For the first time since 2010, Croatia is once again organising their national selection Dora. The show will be hosted by Iva Šulentić, Jelena Lešić and Mirko Fodor and will take place at the Marino Cvetković Sports Hall in Opatija.
The winner will be decided by both the audience as well as a jury panel (50/50). In case of a tie, the audience vote will be decisive.
The winner will be awarded a special Dora statue and will, of course, become Croatia's representative at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest.
All sixteen artists and their songs:
Estonia broadcasts Eesti Laul final
Broadcast from Tallinn, the Estonian national selection reaches its climax. From the two semi-finals, twelve artists have qualified for the final:
Latvia's 'Supernova' about to explode
These artists will perform in the final of Supernova:
The winner will be determined by televoters, a jury panel, the number of Spotify streams of each song. Votes cast via the Alfa app will be included with the televoting results.
During the show, guest performances will be given by Patrisha and hip hop artist HIS.
Ten finalists will be performing, hoping to become Slovenia's representative at this year's Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv:
The show will be hosted by Ajda Smrekar.
This year, RTVSLO treated its viewers and EMA contestants with a spectacular stage!
Also happening this Saturday
Several more countries will see semi-finals, building up towards national finals scheduled to take place in the next few weeks.
Romania selects their act
The final of Selecţia Naţională will take place at the Sala Polivalentă in Bucharest. The show will be hosted by Alina Ionescu, Aurelian Temișan and Ilinca Avram.
The winner will be determined by a jury and the voting audience.
The running order of Selecţia Naţională: