Vienna 2015

Four live shows taking place!

It’s the first of many Super Saturdays tonight. Four countries will have a Eurovision show and one of them is choosing their entry for Vienna! Switzerland will choose their entry for the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest. Hungary and Lithuania will continue their selection process, whereas the first of the Nordic countries, Iceland, will start their search for their Eurovision entry. will be providing you with information on all of the shows taking place tonight. A summary of what we’re up for tonight can be found below!

  • What: Die Große Entscheidungsshow 2015
  • Start: 20.10 CET
  • Where: Bodensee Arena in Kreuzlingen
  • Broadcast: SRF (German), RSI (Italian) and RTS (French)

Switzerland will select its hopeful for Vienna tonight. Six acts will fight for the Swiss ticket to Vienna. The show will be hosted by Sven Epiney and each candidate will perform two songs (one cover version and their potential entry for Eurovision). The Swiss 2015 hopeful will be chosen through a 50/50 jury and public vote. Last year’s Eurovision winner, Conchita Wurst will be the special guest of the show. You can watch the Swiss national final via the SRF livestream. The show will be broadcast by all three Swiss broadcasters: SRF, RTS and RSI. Early favourites include Timebelle and Tiziana, but the Swiss are known to surprise with their choices…

The line-up for Die Große Entscheidungsshow:

  1. Deborah Bough – Take Me Back To 23
  2. Timebelle – Singing About Love
  3. Licia Chery – Fly
  4. Andy McSean – Hey Now
  5. Mélanie René – Time To Shine
  6. Tiziana – Only Human


  • What: A Dal – Heat 2
  • Start: 20.25 CET
  • Broadcast: M1

After having six qualifiers last week, another ten acts will fight for six more tickets to the 2015 A Dal semifinals. It will be the second of three heats. Five of the qualifiers will be decided by the points the jury give each act. A sixth will be chosen on televoting only. You can watch the second heat of A Dal 2015 via the M1 livestream.
The ten acts taking part tonight:

  • Ádám Szabó – Give Me Your Love
  • Chances – The Night
  • Gergő Oláh – A Tükör Előtt
  • Gyula Éliás Jr. ft. Fourtissimo – Run To You
  • Heni Dér – Ébresztő
  • Ív – Fire
  • Leander Rising – Lőjetek Fel
  • New Level Empire – Homelights
  • Pankastic! – Kicsi A Világ, De Nagy Világ!
  • Saci & Böbe Szécsi – Our Time


  • What: Söngvakeppni Sjónvarpsins 2015 – Semifinal One
  • Start: 20.45 CET
  • Broadcast: RÚV

Söngvakeppni Sjónvarpsins 2015 will kick off tomorrow. Three shows will be needed to select the Icelandic entry for the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest. Tonight, we’ll see the first show. Six acts will be fighting for three final tickets. The voting will be televoting only, so the faith of these six is in the hands of the Icelandic people. You can watch the show through the RÚV livestream.
The six acts taking part:

  1. Erna Hrönn Ólafsdóttir – Myrkrið Hljótt
  2. HINEMOA – Þú Leitar Líka Að Mér
  3. Elín Sif Halldórsdóttir – Í Kvöld
  4. Friðrik Dór – Í Síðasta Skipti
  5. Stefanía Svavarsdóttir – Augnablik
  6. Björn og félagar – Piltur Og Stúlka


  • What: “Eurovizijos” dainų konkurso nacionalinė atranka – Show Five
  • Start: 20.00 CET
  • Broadcast: LRT1

Lithuania is once again using a marathon selection process to find the perfect combination for the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest. Tonight, the fifth show will be taking place. Seven acts and six songs will take part in the competition tonight, which means that two acts will sing the same song. LRT has decided that Mia and Edgaras Lubys will duet in tonight’s show. You can watch the show through the LRT1 livestream.
The combinations for tonight’s show:

  1. Jurgis Brūzga – This Time
  2. Liepa Mondeikaitė – Flying (Skęstu)
  3. Mia & Edgaras Lubys – Take My Love
  4. Neringa Šiaudikytė – Dangerous (S.O.S.)
  5. Vaidas Baumila – The Right Way
  6. Monika Linkytė – No More Tears will be guiding you through the shows tonight. You can find a handy schedule to see when shows start and end below!
Schedule 31 January

Nick van Lith

I'm one of the founding members of Eleven years after the start, I'm proud to say that I am now the Editor-in-Chief of this wonderful website. When I'm not doing Eurovision stuff, you should be able to find me teaching German to kids... And cheering on everything and everyone Greek, pretty much. Pame Ellada!

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