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Luxembourg Returns to Eurovision for 2025 in Switzerland

Luxembourg has officially announced its participation in the Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) 2025, set to take place in Switzerland. This news comes on the heels of Luxembourg’s successful comeback in 2024 after a 31-year hiatus. Luxembourg is now gearing up to continue its Eurovision journey by seeking new talent to represent the nation on the international stage.

In May 2024, Luxembourg made a notable return to the Eurovision Song Contest in Malmö. Represented by Tali with her song “Fighter,” Luxembourg achieved a commendable 13th place finish, marking a significant milestone after over three decades away from the competition. This success has ignited excitement and anticipation for Luxembourg’s future in Eurovision.

Luxembourg is now opening its doors to singers and bands who aspire to represent the country in ESC 2025. The registration period runs until October 6, 2024. Aspiring candidates can submit their applications on the official website, eurovision.lu.

Candidates must meet the following criteria to participate: They must be at least 16 years old by January 1, 2025. They must have Luxembourgish nationality, have resided in Luxembourg for at least three consecutive years, or be significantly involved in the Luxembourgish cultural scene. They must be available from November 2024 to May 2025 and must be able to perform live on stage. For bands, at least one member must meet these criteria.

Song requirements are as follows: Songs must be no longer than 3 minutes. They must be original compositions and not published or publicly performed before September 1, 2024. Each artist or group can submit up to five songs. The language of the song is freely selectable.

An international jury will review the submissions and select the best candidates during auditions. The chosen candidates will then compete in the Luxembourg Song Contest (LSC). The winning song from this contest will go on to represent Luxembourg at ESC 2025 in Switzerland.

Luxembourg’s return to Eurovision in 2024 was met with great enthusiasm, showcasing the nation’s rich musical talent and cultural heritage. The LSC saw around 200 candidates narrowed down to eight finalists, with Tali ultimately winning the chance to represent Luxembourg in Malmö. The nation’s strong showing has set a high bar for future participants.

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