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Benidorm Fest 2023 songs released

A press conference will take place tomorrow featuring all 18 finalists.

Previously, RTVE announced that all Benidorm Fest 2023 songs will drop on Monday 19th December, however, this date was since brought forward to today. The planned press conference to coincide with the release will still take place tomorrow.

All 18 songs are now available to stream

Following an impressive amount of submissions for the Spanish national final, that number was reduced to 18 last month.

The songs are now available on demand via RTVE. In addition to the song release, a 4-minute summary video of all the Benidorm Fest 2023 songs have be released. 

Furthermore, a press conference held by RTVE will take place tomorrow. This will feature all 18 artists, who may have the opportunity to talk about their entries in more detail.

The full list of Benidorm Fest 2023 artists and songs:

  • Agoney – “Quiero arder”
  • Alfred García – “Desde que tú estas”
  • Alice Wonder – “Yo quisiera”
  • Aritz Arén – “Flamenco”
  • Blanca Paloma – “Eaea”
  • E’Femme – “Uff!”
  • Famous – “La Lola”
  • Fusa Nocta – “Mi familia”
  • José Otero – “Inviernos en Marte”
  • Karmento – “Quiero y duelo”
  • Megara – “Arcadia”
  • Meler – “No nos moverán”
  • Rakky Ripper – “Tracción”
  • Sharonne – “Aire”
  • Siderland – “Que esclati tot”
  • Sofía Martín – “Tuki”
  • Twin Melody – “Sayonara”
  • Vicco – “Nochentera”

Benidorm Fest 2023 so far

Earlier this year, Chanel won the inaugural Benidorm Fest in what was one of the most hotly contested and strongest national finals of the season. From then on, she captured the nation and fans worldwide to become one of the favourites to take the Eurovision crown in Turin. During the contest, “SloMo”, finished in 3rd place with 459 points. The biggest ever points total for Spain and their best result since 1995.

Across the 2 semi-finals and grand final, the voting will consist of a professional jury (50%), demoscopic jury (25%) and public televoting (25%). The semi-finals take place on 31 January and 2 February, before 8 artists will compete to represent Spain in the grand final on 4 February.

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