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Depi Evratesil entries to be revealed next week

The Armenian broadcaster AMPTV have today announced when we will be able to hear the twenty entries competing in their upcoming national selection Depi Evratesil – and thankfully the date is not far off.

Armenia giving us ‘Five a Day’ from Monday

Since the twenty finalists were confirmed by the broadcaster last month, fans have been eager to learn when exactly they’ll be able to hear the songs vying to represent the country in Lisbon this May. It has now been announced via a post on the show’s official Facebook page that the entries will be revealed over a four day course, with five songs per day starting from Monday 15th January.

Along with the announcement, AMPTV released a schedule confirming the dates when each artist’s entry would be available to the public.

Monday 15th January
Amaliya Margaryan
Hayk Kasparov
Nemra
Tamar Kaprelian
Suren Poghosyan

Tuesday 16th January
Sevak Khanagyan
Kamil Show
Angel
Alternativ
Tyom

Wednesday 17th January
Mger Armenia
Arman Mesropyan
Asmik Shiroyan
Zhanna Davtyan
Gevorg Harutyunyan

Thursday 18th January
Robert Koloyan
Maria’s Secret
Lusine Mardanyan
Mariam Petrosyan
Gata Band

When can we watch Depi Evratesil?

This year’s selection kicks off on Saturday 3rd February, with the grand final currently scheduled for Saturday 24th February. Be sure to check out our Calendar for the latest National Final dates and times.

AMPTV

AMPTV introduced and first used ‘Depi Evratesil’ as their Eurovision selection method last year. Artsvik won the show and went on to represent Armenia with theย song Fly With Me, successfully qualifying to the final and reaching 18th place overall. In a change to last year’s format, it was decided that acts should perform their own compositions as opposed to cover versions which was the case last year.

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