Portugal Announce Acts and Songs for Festival Da Cancao 2018!

Salvador SobralReigning Eurovision champions Portugal will begin their title defense when their national selection competition Festival da Cancao kicked off next month. Today the broadcaster RTP announced the names of the artists and songs that will compete in the two semi final on 18 February and 25 February. Thirteen acts will compete in each of the semi finals with seven from each advancing to the final on 4 March. Find out who is in the line up!

At the minute only the song artists and song titles have been revealed. We will have to wait a little bit longer to hear the tracks.

 

Semi Final 1 (18 February)

Anabela- ‘Para Te Dar Abrigo’

Beatriz Pessoa- ‘Eu Te Amo’

Bruno Vasconcelos- ‘Austrália’

Catarina Miranda- ‘Para Sorrir Não Preciso de Nada’

Janeiro- ‘Oficialmente (sem título)’

Joana Barrabás- ‘Anda Estragar-me os Planos’

Joana Espadim- ‘Zero a Zero’

José Cid & Gonçalo Tavares- ‘O Som da Guitarra É a Alma de Um Povo’

JP Simoões- ‘Alvoroço’

Maria Amaral- ‘A Mesma Canção’

Peu Madureira- ‘Só Por Ela’

Rita Dias- ‘Com Gosto Amigo’

Rui David- ‘Sem Medo’

Semi Final 2 (25 February)

Cláudia Pascoal- ‘O Jardim’

Daniela Onis- ‘Para Lá Do Rio’

David Pessoa- ‘Amor Veloz’

Diogo Piçarra- ‘Canção do Fim’

Dora Fidalgo- ‘Arco-Íris’

Lili- ‘O Voo das Cegonhas’

Maria Inês Paris- ‘Bandeira Azul’

Minni & Rhayra- ‘Patati Patata’

Peter Serrado- ‘Sunset’

Rita Ruivo- ‘Anda Daí’

Sequin- ‘All Over Again’

Susana Travassos- ‘A Mensageira’

Tamin- ‘Sobre Nós’

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