Gliwice-Silesia 2019

Darija Vračević releases her entry ‘Raise Your Voice’

"We don't have a Planet B"

It was earlier revealed that Darija Vračević was selected to represent Serbia at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Gliwice-Silesia. Now, Darija has released her Junior Eurovision entry, titled ‘Raise Your Voice’

As she was confirmed as this year’s representative for Serbia, it was revealed that Darija came up with the lyrics for her song and was touched with the current developments in the world. Through her Junior Eurovision entry, she wants to raise the awareness regarding these issues and wants us to care about the planet we live on.

“Now raise your voice, and make some noise, time is running out, the future cannot hold”

Lyrics from ‘Raise Your Voice

Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019

This year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be held in the Gliwice Arena, Poland, on the 24th November 2019. Excitingly, it marks the first time Poland will host a music-based Eurovision event! Last year, Roksana Węgiel brought Poland its first Eurovision-adjacent win with “Anyone I Want To Be”. Roksana has since been announced to be hosting the contest, along with Ida Nowakowska and Aleksander Sikora.

The following nineteen countries have confirmed their participation:

Serbia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest

Junior Eurovision 2019 marks the 11th edition for Serbia. The country debuted as Serbia and Montenegro in 2005. Shortly thereafter, the country split up and Serbia participated deubted individually in 2006. Although they have never won, they have already achieved some great results. Their best so far is twice a third place. Once in 2007 thanks to Eurovision 2019 candidate Nevena Božović. The other time was in 2010 with Sonja Škorić. 2018 was unfortunately a less good year for Serbia. Bojana Radovanović only came 19th out of 20 entries.

Bojana Radovanović performing her entry ‘Svet’ in Minsk

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Tim Jumawan

I started watching Eurovision ever since I moved to the UK in 2006, obsessed since 2012 and haven't looked back since.

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