Malta: PBS reveals 2018 national final line-up

16 finalists chosen by a professional panel made up of music and TV professionals in the island will compete for the ticket to Lisbon. 

It is that time of the year, even sooner than ever, that Maltese public broadcaster PBS announced the 16 contestants of next year’s Malta Eurovision Song Contest, the contest that will get to send one of their acts to the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 in May.

Check the full list of the acts that made the cut from the 30 previously announced below:

1 Dai Laga Aidan
2 We Can Run Avenue Sky
3 Heart Of Gold Brooke Borg
4 Taboo Christabelle Borg
5 One Step At A Time Danica Muscat
6 Turn It Up Deborah C
7 Back to Life Eleanor Cassar
8 Supernovas Jasmine Abela
9 Love Renegade Lawrence Gray
10 Call 2morrow Matthew Anthony
11 Breaking Point Mikhail Attard and Cherylis Camilleri
12 Rocket Miriana Conte
13 Evolution Petra
14 Beyond Blue Horizons Rhiannon Micallef
15 Song For Dad Richard & Joe Micallef
16 First Time Tiziana Calleja

 


Over a month ago and as we have just told a few lines above, PBS first went on to announce 30 entries that had already been proposed to participate in the final, from them all only 16 would make it to the final, that will be most likely taking place in February at either the Mediterranean Conference Center in Valletta or Malta Fairs & Convention Centre in Ta’Qali, as usual.

Several well-known faces among the Maltese music scene and the audience have again decided to give the competition another go despite not being lucky in former years. Will this be their one and only chance to make it to the Eurovision in Lisbon?

Malta is keen to improve their Eurovision 2017 result where Claudia Faniello failed to get through to the final in Kiev with her track Breathlessly.

Check out for more news about Malta’s preparations for MESC in due time, stay tuned!

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.

One comment

  1. Compete for the ticket to Kiev? U mean Lisboa? 🙂

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