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Your guide to the 'Una Voce Per San Marino' final

25 February 2023 at 10:00 CET
Achille Lauro represented San Marino at the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest in Turin EBU / Nathan Reinds
On Saturday 25 February, San Marino will select its entry to the 67th Eurovision Song Contest, as 'Una Voce Per San Marino' concludes via its grand final.

HOW TO WATCH: The final of 'Una Voce Per San Marino' happens on Saturday 25 February at 21:00 CET. It will air on San Marino RTV, with a live stream being available for international viewers.

After a week of semi finals and a second-chance round, the 2023 edition of Una Voce Per San Marino draws to its conclusion on Saturday night at the Teatro Nuovo in Dogana.

The final will see 22 songs compete to become San Marino's entry to the 67th Eurovision Song Contest, which will be the country's 14th participation. 

Our 22 finalists got to Saturday night's Una Voce Per San Marino conclusion out of a starting field of 106. 

4 semi finals, which happened between Monday 20 and Thursday 23 February, saw 4 songs from each semi progress to the final. A second-chance round on Friday night, made up of 16 songs that came close to progressing from their semis, saw 4 more songs voted through to the final. 

2 songs had been placed in the final directly, due to their artists being the only competing acts of Sammarinese origin.

The Una Voce Per San Marino final will be hosted by a very familiar face to fans of the Eurovision Song Contest. Senhit, who represented San Marino at the Contest in 2011 and 2021 (as well as the cancelled 2020 Contest) will be on presenting duties for the evening. 

Guest performers on the night will be another name known from the Eurovision Song Contest. Miodio were the very first artist that San Marino sent to the Contest back in 2008. On Saturday night, they'll celebrate the 15 years that have passed since their song Complice served as San Marino's debut.

The Songs

These are the 22 artists and songs that will be competing in Saturday night's final, with one of them becoming San Marino's entry to the 67th Eurovision Song Contest. 

Not all of the songs have been made available to listen to yet, so you can tune in live on Saturday night to experience them for the first time! 

Alfie Arcuri    CollideAustralia
Deborah Iurato    Out Of SpaceItaly
DeshedusNon BasteràItaly
E.E.F. Something For YouItaly
Edoardo BrogiDue Punti Sull'equatoreItaly
Eiffel 65Movie StarItaly
EllynoraMama Told MeItaly
IoleSul Tetto Del MondoItaly
KidaStessa PelleSan Marino
Le DevaFiori Su MarteItaly
Lorenzo LicitraNever Give UpItaly
MayuC'è Qualcosa In Me Che Non FuzionaSwitzerland
Piqued JacksLike An AnimalItaly
Roy PaciTrombaItaly
Simone De BiagiCatching MemoriesSan Marino
TothemSacro E ProfanoItaly
Vina RoseObliviousUnited Kingdom
XGioveFuoco E BenzinaItaly

And yes, eagle-eyed Eurovision Song Contest afficionados, that is *the* Ronela from Albania, who represented her country at the 2022 Contest with Sekret.

Albania's Ronela Hajati Performing at the first semi final
EBU / Corinne Cumming

San Marino will perform at the Second Semi-Final at the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest.