Eesti Laul is growing and growing. It has now grown so much that a simple TV studio in Tallinn won’t do anymore. The decision has now been taken to move Eesti Laul to Saku Suurhall, the venue that hosted the 2002 Eurovision Song Contest. Tickets will go on sale later today.

The Estonian Head of Delegation, Mart Normet is confident that the new venue will pay off, saying:

Eesti Laul is growing, so we are expecting a high demand for tickets.

Obviously the event won’t be restricted to Estonians only. All Eesti Laul fans, from Europe and beyond, can buy tickets and attend the show in Tallinn. Tickets will be available from 10:11 AM (Estonian time) on 10th November… Must be a bit of Estonian humour then! Tickets can be bought at The event will take place on 5th March.

Meanwhile, the running order and semifinal split for the songs have also been released. They are as follows:

First semi-final – 13th February
1. Love a Little Bit – The Jingles
2. I’m Facing North – Würffel
3. Seis – Mick Pedaja
4. Hispaania tüdruk – Indrek Ventmann
5. Immortality – Cartoon feat. Kristel Aaslaid
6. Lonely Boy – Kéa
7. Kaugel sinust – Kati Laev
8. How Many Times – Zebra Island
9. Supersonic – Laura
10. Salty Wounds – Windy Beach

Second semi-final – 20th February
1. Sally – Go Away Bird
2. Play – Jüri Pootsmann
3. Parmupillihullus – Meisterjaan
4. Patience – I Wear* Experiment
5. Meet Halfway – Púr Múdd
6. Stories Untold – Grete Paia
7. Ei ole mul olla – Põhja-Tallinn
8. Strong – Anett Kulbin
9. Miljon korda – Gertu Pabbo
10. Unikaalne – La La Ladies

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    November 10, 2015 at 1:22 am

    “It has now grown so much that a simple TV studio in Tallinn won’t do anymore.”

    The only time Eesti Laul final was held in a TV studio was in 2009.


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