Listen to the first Polish songs for Junior Eurovision 2016

The Polish national final for Junior Eurovision 2016, where a total of 9 candidates will be competing for the right to represent Poland in Malta, is set to be held tomorrow. Meanwhile, some of the songs that will try to represent Poland at Junior Eurovision 2016 have already been released.

A total of 9 candidates make up the final line-up for the show, with the withdrawal of Jagoda Krystek from the final. Listen to 7 songs and a snippet below:

  1. Dominika Ptak – Kropla
  2. Julia Chmielarska – Na skrzydłach dni
  3. Ania Dąbrowska – Fryzurka
  4. Arfik – Tango dla Kotów
  5. ASMki – Do końca świata (Snippet)
  6. Olivia Wieczorek – Nie zapomnij
  7. Ula Dorosz – Życie to nie gra
  8. Amelia Andryszczyk – Marzenia
  9. WAMWAY – Zróbmy hałas
  10. Jagoda Krystek (Withdrawal)

The Polish national final for Junior Eurovision will take place tomorrow, October 15, in the TVP headquarters at 17.30 CET. The winner will be decided by a 50-50 mix of public televote and jury panel, made up of Margaret, Ania Wyszkoni and Marcin Kusy. Destiny, winner of Junior Eurovision 2014, will be performing as guest of the show her winning entry “Not my soul” and Dami Im’s “Sound of silence”, which finished second at Eurovision 2016.

You can take a look at the stage for the final below:


What do you think about the Polish songs released so far? Let us know in comments!

About Belén García (Spain)

Belén García (Spain)
My name is Belén, I am a 25 year-old musician girl from Spain. I have been following Eurovision since I was only 11 and the Junior version since the beginning (expert of this contest).Before ESC+Plus, I have been part of very well-known websites about Eurovision. Apart from writing, I love taking professional photos!I have already travelled to Eurovision three times (Malmö 2013, Copenhagen 2014 and Vienna 2015) and to Junior Eurovision twice (Malta 2014 & Bulgaria 2015). Next stop -> Stockholm 2016
  • LAboy 456

    Olivia has the best song by any doubt – Dominika comes quite close, though… 😉

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