These are YOUR qualifiers from Semi Final 2 of A Dal 2016!

The second semi final of A Dal 2016 is going to take place tonight in Budapest, and nine acts will take the stage in order to compete for the remaining four places in the Grand Final.

In the  past week we ran a poll where you could vote for the four songs you want to see qualify for the Grand Final. Once again, Freddie won our poll with his song “Pioneer” with a total of 30,84% of the votes. He is followed by André Vásáry in second place, Parno Graszt in third, and Olivér Berkes & Andi Tóth in fourth. Here is the full ranking:

  1. Freddie – Pioneer – 30,84%
  2. André Vásáry – Why – 15,26%
  3. Parno Graszt – Már nem szédülök – 13,83%
  4. Olivér Berkes & Andi Tóth – Seven Seas – 12,56%
  5. Passed – Driftin’ – 11,61%
  6. Egy Másik Zenekar – Kéne közös kép – 6,84%
  7. Laci Gáspár – Love And Bass – 4,13%
  8. Nika – Emlékkép – 3,34%
  9. ByTheWay – Free To Fly – 1,59%

Our editors have re-watched the performances of tonight’s acts from their heats and also cast their votes. Our results are slightly different from the results of our poll, and so here are the four songs our panel of editors think should qualify tonight:

  1. Freddie – Pioneer
  2. Passed – Driftin’
  3. Olivér Berkes & Andi Tóth – Seven Seas
  4. Laci Gáspár – Love And Bass

The second semi final will take place tonight at 19:40 CET. ESCBubble will be live in the studio in Budapest, and apart from bringing you some exclusive news and photos on our social media, we shall live blog the entire show on our website, in which we will translate for you the jury comments, and let you know how you can vote through the App for free from all over the world. So stay with us tonight.

In the meanwhile, you can still vote in our poll, as it will remain open until the end of tonight’s show:


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Also, don’t forget that you can enter our competition, where you can win a very unique copy of A Dal 2016 CD, signed by the finalists! Read more about this competition here (click).

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