Hungary: MTVA confirms participation in Eurovision 2015


MTVA, the Hungarian national broadcaster has confirmed Hungary’s participation at the forthcoming 2015 Eurovision Song  Contest in Vienna next year.

Hungary is the 36th country to confirm its participation at the 2015 Eurovision  Song Contest. MTVA has also released the rules and regulations for the forthcoming 2015 Hungarian Eurovision national selection.

MTVA will yet again use the same mechanism it has used to select its Eurovision entry and act in the past years, A Dal, the Hungarian Eurovision national selection. The broadcaster has opened the submission period for artists to submit their applications in order to participate at the 2015 Hungarian Eurovision national selection- A Dal. As of today singers can send in their applications/entries to MTVA until 15 November and download the application forms here.

More details regarding A Dal 2015 will be released in due course.

In 2014 Hungary selected its Eurovision entry and representative via a national selection. Kallay Andras Saunders won the golden ticket to Copenhagen with his entry Running, achieving an honorable 5th place in the grand final.



Hungary debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1994 and is yet to win the contest. The country’s best placing in the event was achieved during its year, was a 4th place in 1994 at the Eurovision Song Contest in Dublin with Frederika Bayer’s’s Kinek Mondjam Al Vetkeimet!

The official list of participating countries competing at the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna is expected to be released by early January.

The 2015 Eurovision Song Contest is scheduled to be held on 19, 21 and 23 May at the Wiener Stadthalle in Vienna, Austria

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