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Portugal 2023: The running-order of the Portuguese national final

RTP, the Portuguese national broadcaster, has announced the running-order of the national final of Portugal, Festival da Canção 2023.

Source: RTP, Festival da Canção 2023, logo

Festival da Canção 2023

The national broadcaster of Portugal, RTP, has announced the running-order of the Semi-finals of Festival da Canção 2023, the Portuguese national final. Below you can find the divide.

Semi-Final One

  1. MOYAH (public submission) – Too Much Sauce
  2. Bolha – Sonhos de Liberdade
  3. April Ivy – Modo Voo
  4. Churky – Encruzilhada
  5. Cláudia Pascoal – Nasci Maria
  6. SAL – Viver
  7. Mimicat (public submission) – Ai Coração
  8. You Can’t Win Charlie Brown – Contraste Mudo
  9. NEON SOHO – Endless World
  10. Esse Povo – Sapatos de Cimento

Semi-Final Two

  1. Edmundo Inácio (public submission) – A Festa
  2. The Happy Mess – O Impossível
  3. Teresinha Landeiro – Enquanto é tempo
  4. Bandua – Bandeiras
  5. Bárbara Tinoco – Goodnight
  6. Inês Apenas (public submission) – Fim do Mundo
  7. Ivandro – Povo
  8. Dapunksportif – World Needs Therapy
  9. Lara Li – Funâmbula
  10. Voodoo Marmalade (public submission) – Tormento

Watch and listen to all the contestants of Festival da Canção 2023 here

Source: Misja Eurowizja, all contestants of Festival da Canção 2023

More information about Festival da Canção 2023

Festival da Canção 2023 will consist of 2 Semi-finals and a national Grand Final.

Dates of the shows

  • Semi-Final 1 – February 25th 2023
  • Semi-Final 2  – March 4th 2023
  • National Grand Final – March 11th 2023

During the Semi-finals a professional jury and the public will vote; after the televoting lines go open again to choose a wildcard, so in total 6 acts will continue of each national Semi-final. Eventually 12 acts will compete in the national Grand Final of Portugal.

Eurovision 2022

In the contest of 2022 Portugal was represented by singer Maro, who sang the song “Saudade Saudade”. Maro came in 4th in Semi-final 1, and she  eventually got 9th (of 25) in the Grand Final.

Source: Official Eurovision Song Contest YouTube channel, Maro – Saudade Saudade (2022)

ESCplus Live

Watch the Portuguese national final live on our dedicated live platform, “ESCplus Live”, just click the following link:

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