SRF, the Swiss broadcaster, have set the song and artist reveal for March 4th. The artist and their song will represent Switzerland at the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam.
SRF received 515 submissions for this year’s contest and soon we will found out the chosen entry. The broadcaster employed the help of 21 international jurors to help make their decision. They are made up of songwriters, Eurovision participants and jury members.
- Argyro Christodoulides (Cyprus)
- Maria Marcus (Sweden)
- Florent Luyckx (The Netherlands)
- Pete Watsons (United Kingdom)
- Jennifer O’Brien (Ireland)
- Leonid Shyrin (Belarus)
- Sasha Saedi (Austria)
- Alexey Gross (Belarus)
- Adrienn Zsédenyi (Hungary)
- Anders Øhrstrøm (Denmark)
- Deivydas Zvonkus (Lithuania)
- Tinkara Kovač (Slovenia – Eurovision 2014)
- Grzegorz Urban (Poland)
- Ovidiu Jacobsen (Romania – Eurovision 2010 & 2014)
- Helga Möller (Iceland – Eurovision 1986)
- Rafailas Karpis (Lithuania)
- Ruth Lorenzo (Spain – Eurovision 2014)
- Gordon Groothedde (The Netherlands)
- Einar Bardarson (Iceland)
- Henrik Johnsson (Sweden)
Switzerland at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019
In 2019, Switzerland internally selected Luca Hänni to represent them in Tel Aviv with his song ‘She Got Me‘. The song was co-written by Luca himself along with Laurell Barker, Frazer Mac, Jon Hällgren and Lukas Hällgren.
Switzerland participated at the Second-Semi-Final and Luca managed to qualify for the Grand Final, giving Switzerland it’s first Grand Final appearance since 2014. Luca managed to finish fourth overall with 364 Points.
Can Switzerland match or best their previous result? Who would you like to represent Switzerland? Let us know in the comments or @ESCXTRA