SRF, Switzerland’s national broadcaster, has announced that song submissions for the Swiss entry to the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest will open on August 25th.
In a tweet today, the broadcaster stated that song submissions will be open for two weeks, from Tuesday August 25th until Tuesday September 8th at 10pm CET.
The songs for representing Switzerland at the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 can be submitted from August 25 to September 8 2022. More infos: https://t.co/dMUrDnctO6 pic.twitter.com/NjkLmrwk3p
— SRF Eurovision Song Contest (@srfesc) July 12, 2022
A panel of 100 viewers and an international expert jury will then determine which entry is selected for next year’s contest. Discussions continue about where the 2023 event will be held, after the EBU decided that Ukraine, who had first refusal rights to host the contest after their victory this year, could not guarantee the safety of participants and audiences.
Switzerland made the Grand Final of the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest in their third qualification in a row, after the success of Luca Hänni in 2019 and Gjon’s Tears in 2021. Marius Bear’s “Boys Do Cry” achieved a result of 17th place, scoring 78 points.
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