RTS, the Serbian national broadcaster, has made an open call for interested artists to submit their songs, for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, that will be held later this year in Tbilisi in Georgia.

It is important that song mustn’t be longer than 3 minutes and that it is performed in one of the languages in official use in Serbia and that it hasn’t been released before May 1st.

Song can be performed by maximum of six performers, with youngest being 9 and oldest 14 years old.
One of the singers/performers must be one of the authors of the song and probably most interesting thing is that all of the authors and performers must have Serbian citizenship or at least residency in the country.

If you are eligible, you can send your work at Takovska 10, 11000 Belgrade until August 15th.

The winner and Serbian representative will be selected by jury and will be presented to the public in due time.

Last year Dunja Jeličić went to Malta with U la la la, song penned by Vladimir Graić, whose songs represented Serbia in Eurovision in 2007. and 2015 and Slovenia in 2012.


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