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SongHunt 2019 – The Final!

by | May 21, 2019

SongHunt 2019 – The Final!

by | May 21, 2019 | SongHunt |

It’s time to crown the winner of SongHunt 2019!

What’s the best non-winning song of the 2019 national final season? Over the past weeks and months, we have narrowed down our favourites from the national pre-selections to just twelve songs – and now it’s time to pick the very best.

Unlike the previous rounds, in our final you can only vote for one song – but here’s the important part: You can vote again after 24 hours have passed since your last vote. So don’t forget to keep coming back day after day and supporting your favourite(s)!

The voting period will be open for two weeks. All twelve songs will participate in the first week – then, starting on Sunday 19 May, one entry will be eliminated at 21:00 CET every night (naturally, the one with the fewest votes at that point). That will leave us with six songs in our super-final on Saturday 25 May, which we will celebrate with a group viewing in our #esc chat and a final vote before the results are revealed – so don’t forget to join us then too.

And now all that remains is for you to vote! A video playlist can be found below the poll if you need a reminder – or you can read our introduction article about all twelve finalists. Happy listening, and happy voting!



Want to know more? You can read about how SongHunt works here, and the full qualification list can be found here.

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The SongHunt continues!

Our quest to find the best song from the 2019 national final season continues with the first semi-final.

Each semi-final features 12 songs that qualified from the previous round, drawn at random, and the top six in each semi-final will qualify for the final stage. Your task is simple: You have three votes to give to your favourite songs!

The poll closes at 23:59 CET on Saturday. A playlist with all the entries of this round will be added soon.


Want to know more? You can read about how SongHunt works here, and the full qualification list can be found here.

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