Georgia chooses for Kiev tonight!

Tonight, one of the Caucasian countries is picking its 2017 Eurovision act, it is no other than Georgia! Georgia were lucky enough to make it through the semifinal last year in Stockholm and this year’s they seem to be following the same pattern which their last year’s entry “Midnight Gold” saw, in terms on style of the songs competing in the final. A wide variety of songs have been presented to GPB as you all will be able to see tonight and what is called alternative, but we are already used to it and we love it!

The show will be aired from 17:00 (CET) – 20:00 (local time) onwards on GPB1 and streamed on their official YouTube Channel as well, from the Philharmonic Hall in Tbilisi. You can also follow it on our multi-screen platform by clicking HERE. If you are lucky enough to be during these days in Tbilisi and want to attend the show, you can still buy tickets for the show on the official ticketing partner site TKT.GE

The 26 acts competing at tonight’s national final are:

  1. Giorgi Chikovani – Make it Right
  2. Brandon Stone & Eteri Beriashvili feat Vakhtang – Heyo Song
  3. Rati Durglishvili – Why
  4. Andria Gvelesiani – Revolutionise
  5. Alisa Danelia – We Are Eternity
  6. Nutsa Buzaladze – White Horses Run
  7. Maliibu – We Live Once
  8. Group EOS – Urban Signs
  9. Dima Kobeshavidze – Scream
  10. Trio Mandili – Me da Shen (You and Me)
  11. Tako Gachechiladze – Keep the Faith
  12. Nino Basharuli – Lileo
  13. Elene Mikiashvili – Fighter
  14. MISHO – Magic
  15. Mariko Lejava – Light it Up
  16. Group The Mins – Crime
  17. Group Sparkle – On The Top
  18. Tornike Kipiani – You Are My Sunshine
  19. Temo Sajaia – All The Same
  20. Sabina Chantouria – Stranger
  21. Mariam Chachkhiani – Fly
  22. Group Asea Sool – Nature
  23. Nanuka Giorgobiani – Let The Sunshine In
  24. Oto Nemsadze & Group Limbo – Dear God
  25. Davit Shanidze – Mtvris Katsi (Man of Dust)

The winner will be selected by the audience and a professional panel on a ratio percentage of 40/60 respectively. The voting period will start after the songs have been performed on stage. All the incomes gained from the televote will be destinated to charity foundation “Dimitri Tsintsadze”.


Who do you want to win the final? Will they improve their 2016 result in Ukraine?

About Adrián Valiente (Spain)

Adrián Valiente (Spain)

I love the Eurovision Song Contest not only because of its amazing production but it also gives me the chance to discover new music every year.
I’ve been watching it since 2002, since then I became a huge follower, mostly because of the interest TVE put on it with Rosa from Spain.
I’ve attended the contest several times in the last few years. I also attended the Junior Eurovision in Malta and Bulgaria where we lived an amazing experience thanks to all delegations and PBS/BNT organising team.

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