Broadcaster RTV (SMTV) has confirmed that San Marino will be participating in Eurovision 2019 - to be held next year in Tel Aviv, Israel between May 14th and May 18th 2019. Head of delegation Alessandro Capicchioni confirmed San Marino's participation for next year which will be their tenth appearance at the Eurovision Song Contest, by announcing that they will be doing, "our part by doing our best". Source: Sky News Capicchioni also added "It will be a special edition, given
They have yet to officially confirm their participation for Eurovision 2019. However, the micro state, San Marino, along with the producers of last years national final format '1 in 360' have today released details on the up coming season, that may shed more light on the countries participation for next year. In a statement on the 1 in 360 Facebook page, the producers have hinted at the possibility of the same show next year, but with an expanded and bigger programme. They
San Marino's Eurovision Song Contest selection process '1 in 360' may not return for the 2019 Eurovision national final season, casting into doubt the method by which the microstate will select their Eurovision representative in future years, and potentially opening the question of whether or not San Marino will participate in Eurovision at all in the future.
The '1 in 360' format, used for the first time in 2018, was unique in the sense that it gave anyone from any country
Tonight we saw the grand final of 1in360, San Marino's national final for Eurovision 2018 with Jessika and Jenifer Brenning winning the ticket to Lisbon with their song "Who We Are." This is the first time since their debut in 2008 that San Marino has held a national final to chose their entry for Eurovision. After 2 semi-finals, a total of 11 acts took part in the grand final: Camilla - "Yo no soy tu chica" Emma - "Diamonds" Franklin - "Stay" Giovanni Montalbano - "Per quell
Last night the second show of San Marino's new and exciting selection show 1in360 took place, where the 11 finalists sang the second of their songs up fo consideration for the live national final on March 3rd, after all the acts had performed the judges decided of which of the two songs they had performed they wished to see again in the national final. The 22 songs have only performed in an acoustic setting up and until now, however for the national final in two weeks time th
2018 marks the first time San Marino will use a national selection format to select their entry for Eurovision. Earlier this week rehearsals for the 1in360 show took place in Vienna, Austria. The eleven artists travelled to Vienna to take part in a bootcamp session at the Echo Pilot studio where each of them recorded their songs. Some pictures of the artists were uploaded to SMRTV's twitter account earlier in the week. In the live shows, the contestants will battle it out for
Since November 1st, SMRTV have been receiving applications for their "revolutionary" new selection tactic 1in360 which allows anyone and everyone in the world to enter and potentially become the San Marino act for 2018, and in the latest wave of entries to be uploaded to the site, You Decide 2016 Finalist Karl William Lund and UMK 2017 Finalist are amongst them. Despite the selection initially being duped and people submitted established acts as fake entries, one of which bei