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Italy 2024: The reveal of the participants of the Sanremo Festival 2024

Today the 27 participants of the Sanremo Festival 2024 (Festival di Sanremo 2024) were revealed. This line-up of artists will be joined by 3 artists from the Sanremo Giovani 2023 competition.

The 23 participants

Below you can find a list of the 23 participants of the Sanremo Festival 2023. On this list you can find several names that are already well-known in the world of this Italian national final and the Eurovision stage.

  • Fiorella Mannoia
  • Geolier
  • Dargen D’Amico
  • Emma (Eurovision 2014, 21th of 26)
  • Fred De Palma
  • Angelina Mango
  • La Sad
  • Diodato (Eurovision 2020, cancelled contest due to the COVID-19 pandemic)
  • Il Tre
  • Renga & NEK
  • Sangiovanni
  • Alfa
  • Il Volo (Eurovision 2015, 3rd of 27)
  • Alessandra Amoroso
  • Gazzelle
  • Negramaro
  • Irama
  • Rose Villain
  • Mahmood (Eurovision 2019, 2nd of 26 / Eurovision 2022, 6th of 25)
  • Loredana Bertè
  • The Kolors
  • Big Mama
  • Ghali
  • Annalisa
  • Mr Rain
  • Maninni
  • Ricchi e Poveri (Eurovision 1978, 12th of 20)

Dates of the festival

You can find the dates of the Festival di Sanremo 2024 below. The festival will take place between February 6th until the 10th of 2024. Next to the announcement of the artists also the co-hosts of each night of the festival were announced today.

  • Tuesday February 6th 2024 – Marco Mengoni (Eurovision 2013, 7th of 26 / Eurovision 2022, 4th of 26)
  • Wednesday February 7th 2024 – Giorgia
  • Thursday February 8th 2024 – Teresa Mannino
  • Friday February 9th 2024 – Lorella Cuccarini
  • Saturday February 10th 2024 – Fiorello

The winner of the festival

The winner of the festival will be chosen the same way as during the years before. Next to this, the winner is the first to be asked to represent Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest 2024 in Malmö (Sweden). The winner does not have to represent Italy, as the Sanremo Festival is seen as a national singing competition, and not necessarily a national Eurovision final.

Eurovision 2023

In the Eurovision Song Contest of 2023 Italy was represented by Marco Mengoni with the song “Due Vite”, achieving a great 4th place (of 26) in the Grand Final, as Italy does not have to compete in the Semi-finals, since it is a Big Five country.  Marco Mengoni represented Italy once before in 2013, ending in 7th place of 26 in that year’s Grand Final.

Source: Official Eurovision Song Contest YouTube
Source: Official Eurovision Song Contest YouTube channel

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