Tonight is another busy night in the Eurovision calendar, with no less than FIVE shows and FOUR finals across Europe, as the national final season reaches its exciting concluding weeks. Which songs and artists will join the line up of Rotterdam 2021 this evening, and which acts will complete next weekend’s Melodifestivalen final line up?

Here’s everything #YOU need to know ahead of tonight’s shows, including times and how to watch live…

DENMARK – Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2021 (20:00 CET)

Denmark’s Melodi Grand Prix returns to our screens this evening, with eight acts taking part in the 2021 edition of the competition – the second in a row with no audience following last year’s competition in the early stages of the pandemic.

Ben & Tan have not been chosen as part of the final eight, meaning that Denmark will be another Nordic nation to decide on a new face for Eurovision 2021. The eight hopefuls are;

  1. Chief 1 & Thomas Buttenschøn – Højt over skyerne
  2. Nanna Olivia – Hvileløse hjerter
  3. The Cosmic Twins – Silver Bullet
  4. Claudia Campagnol – Abracadabra
  5. Mike Tramp – Everything Is Alright
  6. Fyr & Flamme – Øve os på hinanden
  7. Emma Nicoline – Står lige her
  8. Jean Michel – Beautiful

Who should represent Denmark? Let us know in our DMGP poll here. #YOU can also follow Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2021 live from DR’s live stream HERE, and join the discussion with other DMGP fans on our forum HERE!

ESTONIA – Eesti Laul 2021 (18:30 CET)

With plenty of time to recover and prepare for the final, following two successful semi-finals a fortnight ago, Estonia is ready to complete their search for Rotterdam with a bang. Twelve acts will take to the Saku Suurhall stage in Tallinn, ready to fight for the Estonian ticket to the Netherlands.

The twelve acts hoping to win Eesti Laul 2021 are;

  1. Egert Milder – Free Again
  2. Suured tüdrukud – Heaven’s Not That Far Tonight
  3. Hans Nayna – One By One
  4. Ivo Linna, Robert Linna & Supernova – Ma Olen Siin
  5. Karl Killing – Kiss Me
  6. Uku Suviste – The Lucky One
  7. Sissi – Time
  8. Jüri Pootsmann – Magus melanhoolia
  9. REDEL – Tartu
  10. Koit Toome – We Could Have Been Beautiful
  11. Andrei Zevakin & Pluuto – Wingman
  12. Kadri Voorand – Energy

#YOU can follow all events in Estonia over on our forum HERE and watch live on ERR’s live stream HERE. Make sure to also have your say in our Eesti Laul poll!

ITALY – Sanremo 2021 Final night (20:45 CET)

With the iconic Sanremo festival running all week, the late-night heroics of Italians and Eurovision fans everywhere will be rewarded with the coronation of Italy’s next Eurovision star tonight. 26 “big” artists are involved in the show this evening (and early into Sunday morning), namely;

  • Aiello – Ora
  • Annalisa – Dieci
  • Arisa – Potevi fare di più
  • Bugo – E invece sì
  • Colapesce & Dimartino – Musica leggerissima
  • Coma_Cose – Fiamme negli occhi
  • Ermal Meta – Un milione di cose da dirti
  • Extraliscio ft. Davide Toffolo – Bianca luce nera
  • Fasma – Parlami
  • Francesca Michielin & Fedez – Chiamami per nome
  • Francesco Regna – Quando trovo te
  • Fulminacci – Santa Marinella
  • Gaia – Cuore amaro
  • Ghemon – Momento perfetto
  • Gio Evan – Arnica
  • Irama – La genesi del tuo colore
  • La Rappresentante di Lista – Amare
  • Lo Stato Sociale – Combat Pop
  • Madame – Voce
  • Malika Ayane – Ti piaci così
  • Måneskin – Zitti e buoni
  • Max Gazzè & La Trifluoperazina Monstery Band – Il farmacista
  • Noemi – Glicine
  • Orietta Berti – Quando ti sei innamorato
  • Random – Torno a te
  • Willie Peyote – Mai dire mai (La locura)

One of these acts will win Sanremo 2021, and earn first refusal on going to Rotterdam to defend the green, white and red of the Italian nation. Why not have your say on your favourite in our poll?

Want to follow the action from Italy live? #YOU can watch Sanremo HERE, and join the lively discussion with our dedicated Sanremo forum fanbase HERE!

PORTUGAL – Festival da Canção 2021 (22:00 CET)

Another late-night show for Europe’s night owls to enjoy this evening is Festival da Canção, which gets underway in RTP’s Lisbon studios from 22:00 CET tonight. Ten acts have made it this far into the competition, with one of the following winning the Portuguese ticket to Rotterdam;

  1. Karetus & Romeu Bairos – Saudade
  2. Joana Alegre – Joana do mar
  3. Fábia Maia – Dia lindo
  4. Valéria – Na mais profunda saudade
  5. Carolina Deslandes – Por um triz
  6. NEEV – Dancing in the Stars
  7. Pedro Gonçalves – Não vou ficar
  8. Sara Afonso – Contramão
  10. The Black Mamba – Love Is on My Side

#YOU can follow Festival da Canção on RTP’s live stream HERE or join the discussion with other FdC fans HERE! Why not vote in our poll for your favourite, too?

SWEDEN – Melodifestivalen 2021 Andra Chansen (20:00 CET)

The only non-final tonight comes in Sweden, with all eyes on the second chance round of Melfest ’21. Eight acts who did not quite make it direkt til finalen will get one more chance to impress the Swedish voters this evening in a series of duels;

  • Alvaro Estrella vs. Lillasyster
  • Frida Green vs. Paul Rey
  • Eva Rydberg & Ewa Roos vs. Clara Klingenström
  • Klara Hammarström vs. Efraim Leo

One act from each duel will be chosen to continue to next weekend’s final. Make your choice heard in our poll here!

#YOU can follow Andra Chansen live with SVT Play HERE, and join the active discussion with other Melfest fans right HERE!

Which show will #YOU be watching this evening? Share your thoughts with us on our forum HERE, or join the discussion below and on social media!

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