Junior Eurovision

Junior Eurovision: AVRO opens submissions for Junior Songfestival 2014

A few days after the Junior Eurovision 2013, the Netherlands has launched their selection for Junior Eurovision 2014!

All the Dutch children who want take part at Junior Songfestival 2014 must visit the official web site of the contest and send a message or register on-line. There are some rules about the application:

  • The participants must be the composers of the song despite professional help being allowed.
  • The songs have to be performed mostly in Dutch language.
  • The person who writes the song can be the singer, vocalist or a member of the band.
  • The number of bands’ members can’t exceed 6 persons.
  • The song will be a maximum of 2.45 minutes in duration.
  • The applicants age must be from 10 to 15 years according to the EBU rules.
  • All participants must live in The Netherlands or have Dutch nationality.

Parents must allow the children to participate, and therefore, AVRO has published a special document for the parents to complete, a FAQ page is also available here. Applications can also be done by post or formulary attaching documents or sending CDs/DVDs with the required files.

Another chance to take part in the Junior Songfestival preselection is by the on-line competition, where all participants can win a place to the first audition of the contest. All who want to participation via the online competition must upload a video to Youtube singing their performance and fill a formulary. Viewers will be able to vote each video from 1 to 5 stars.

The Netherlands is one of the few countries which remain in the competition since the beginning (2003). They have taken part at Junior Eurovision 11 times getting the best place in 2009 when they won with Ralf and the song Click, Clack:



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