Kyiv 2017

Hungary: 30 entries for A Dal 2017 announced

A few days ago, Hungarian broadcaster MTVA revealed the 30 acts that would compete in A Dal 2017. The names of their songs have also been announced. Before we check out who will be competing, MTVA also confirmed the schedule of the competition. Heats one, two and three will take place on 14th, 21st and 28th January respectively. The two semi-finals will follow on 4th and 11th February and the grand final will take place on the previously announced date of 18th February.

The 30 acts competing for the ticket to Kyiv

The thirty competing entries in A Dal 2017 are listed below in alphabetical order by artist name. Several of these entries can already be listened to via platforms such as YouTube, Spotify and Apple Music.

  • Ádám Szabó – Together
  • Anna Garai feat. Júlia Kása – Jártam
  • Andi Tóth – I’ve Got A Fire
  • Benjámin Pál – Father’s Eyes
  • Benji – Karcok
  • Calidora – Glory
  • Dávid Henderson – White Shadows
  • Enikö Muri – Jericho
  • Georgina Kanizsa – Fall Like Rain
  • Gigi Radics – See It Through
  • Jetlag – Keresem a bajt
  • Joci Pápai – Be kell csuknod a szemed
  • Kállay Saunders Band – 17
  • Kata Csondor – Create
  • Kyra Fedor – Got To Be A Day
  • Leander Kills – Élet
  • Mrs Columbo – Frozen King
  • Olivér Berkes – Ecstasy
  • Orsi Sapszon – Hunyd le a szemed
  • Peet Project – Kill Your Monster
  • Peter Kovary & The Royal Rebels – It’s A Riot
  • Roma Soul – Nyitva a ház
  • Soulwave – Kalandor
  • Spoon 21 – Deák
  • Szabyest – Szerelem kell
  • The Couple – Vége van
  • The Wings – Mint a hurrikán
  • Totova & Freddie Shuman feat. Lotfi Begi – Hosszú idök
  • Viki Singh – Rain
  • Zoltán Mujahid – On My Own

Amongst the line-up are several high profile names that have competed in the Hungarian Eurovision selection before. Arguably the most notable names are Gigi Radics and Kállay Saunders Band. In 2013, Gigi reached the superfinal but ultimately lost out to ByeAlex. András Kállay-Saunders also competed in that superfinal but went one step further in 2014 to win A Dal. He returned with his band in 2016, reaching the superfinal once again but lost out to Freddie.

A Dal: One of the most successful Eurovision selections

A Dal has been a remarkable success for Hungary since it began in 2012. Every act the competition has selected for Eurovision has gone on to reach the grand final. When factoring in Kati Wolf’s qualification the year before, Hungary have now accumulated six consecutive qualifications – one of the longest sequences of any Eurovision country currently participated. Surely a win for Hungary is just around the corner?

What do you think of the A Dal line-up for 2017? Who do you think will be a contender for the ticket to Kyiv? Let us know your thoughts via the comments section below!

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Ryan Cobb

My first memory of watching the Eurovision Song Contest was back in 2001 and, over the years, my passion and enthusiasm for the contest has very much turned into an obsession. I adore music and I love geography, so this contest is a natural fit for me. If la la loving Eurovision was a crime, I'd certainly be a criminal!

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