Italian broadcaster RAI has announced some changes to this year’s Sanremo singing competition, the process they use for selecting their Eurovision Song Contest 2019 artist and song.
The Italian music festival Sanremo concluded its 67th edition in tonight following a week of concerts in Teatro Ariston in the Italian city of Sanremo.
The Italian music festival Sanremo will host its 67th edition in the week beginning 7th February in Teatro Ariston in the Italian city of Sanremo. Earlier this week the participants in the 2017 festival’s Big Artists category, who are given first refusal to compete for Italy at Eurovision, were revealed. Check out the list below!
The Italian music festival Sanremo will host its 67th edition in the week beginning 7th February in Teatro Ariston in the Italian city of Sanremo. Reports from Italian media outlets suggest that there will be 22 singers competing in this year’s contest and the acts will be announced on 12th December 2016.
Italy’s Eurovision competitor for 2016 and Sanremo runner up, Francesca Michielin has announced that she will sing “Nessun grado di separazione” in Sweden in May.
Italy’s weeklong marathon song contest, Sanremo came to a close last night. The overall ‘Big Artists’ was won by Stadio with their song ‘Un giorno mi dirai’. They had advanced to the final round alongside Francesca Michielin who finished in second and duo Giovanni Caccamo & Deborah Iurato who finished third.
Tonight is the final night of Italy’s Sanremo song contest and is the culmination of a week long series of concerts in which twenty acts have competed in the Big Artists competition and tonight they will crown a winner.
The second of Italy’s Sanremo shows took place last night with ten more of the big artist acts perfroming. Of these ten, six came top of the rankings while the other four were at risk of being eliminated. In addition to this the first of the new artists performed in ‘battles’. Four of these acts faced off against each other, with two progressing to the final and two getting eliminated. The overall winner will be crowned on Saturday on the final evening and will be given first refusal at representing Italy at Eurovision 2016. Read on to find out which acts came top and which are at risk of being eliminated.