It’s your chance to listen to all 16 Junior Eurovision 2022 songs! As in previous editions, and since 2015, the instrumental versions of each of the songs that are part of this new edition will not be included. The album will only contain the studio versions of the different proposals that participate in the contest
Below is the final tracklist of the album:
- Kejtlin Gjata: “Pakëz Diell” (Albania)
- Nare Ghazaryan: “Dance! (Armenia)
- Carlos Higes: “Señorita” (Spain)
- Lissandro Formica: “Oh Maman!” (France) Lissandro Formica (France)
- Mariam Bigvava: “I Believe” (Georgia)
- Sophie Lennon: “Solas” (Ireland)
- Chanel Dilecta: “Bla Bla Bla” (Italy)
- David Charlin: “Jer-Ana (Mother Earth)” (Kazakhstan)
- Irina, Jovan and Lara: “Životot E Pred Mene” (North Macedonia)
- Gaia Gambuzza: “Diamonds In The Skies” (Malta)
- Luna: “La festa” (Netherlands)
- Laura Bączkiewicz: “To The Moon” (Poland)
- Nicolas Alves: “Anos 70” (Portugal)
- Freya Skye: “Lose My Head” (United Kingdom)
- Katarina Savić: “Svet Bez Granica” (Serbia)
- Zlata Dzyunka: “Nezlamna (Unbreakable)” (Ukraine)
In the absence of further announcements from the European Broadcasting Union, the digital format will be the only way for die-hard fans of the contest to get a copy of the Junior Eurovision 2022 album. This is the cover of the compilation which follows the style of the previous editions, which does not include alternative text to the contest’s slogan, unlike the senior Eurovision albums, where we can see phrases like “All XX songs from the show”, “All XX songs from the show”, “All XX songs from the show”, “All XX songs from the show”, “All XX songs from the show”, “All XX songs from the show” and “All XX songs from the show”
We remind you that you can vote for your favourite entries in the official ESCPlus poll, and, if you are not sure about your favourites, you can still use our “sorter” to create your top 10 below these lines.
JUNIOR EUROVISION SONG CONTEST 2022
The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2022 will take place next Sunday 11 December in Yerevan, the capital of Armenia. Following the victory of Maléna and her “Qami Qami” at the last festival in Paris (France), the Karen Demirchyan Complex will host the contest for the second time in its history, as it did in 2011.
Year after year, Junior Eurovision is becoming more and more popular among young audiences and is gaining more potential and popularity year after year. And above all, it gives visibility to new talents in the world of music.
This is a very special edition as it is the 20th anniversary of the children’s festival. For this reason, the public television ARMTV is preparing a great show where 16 young artists will fight for the crystal microphone.
In this 20th edition, Junior Eurovision returns to the Caucasus to offer viewers an exciting competition that will hopefully be remembered as one of the most spectacular in its history. Despite being held in a complicated international context with notable absences, the popular children’s contest returns faithful to its annual event. Once again, the Christmas atmosphere will be part of Junior Eurovision, filling the lives of the contestants and the millions of viewers with illusion and magic.
Armenian television will spare no effort and resources to offer us a high-level contest and at the height of the format, betting on an avant-garde and versatile stage with the latest technology. All this with the aim of making this 20th edition a “unique and unrepeatable” festival.
Yerevan is ready to experience a true celebration of music, friendship and diversity, where Europe’s young talents will be the stars of the show.