Song titles and dates of Festivali i Kenges revealed!

Only a few hours after we reported about the participant list of this year’s Festivali i Kenges in Albania, RTSH have also announced the song titles, as well as the dates when Festivali i Kenges are going to be held!

This year’s Festivali i Kenges will consist of two semi finals on the 25th and the 26th of December, with the Grand Final on the 27th of December. Here is the full list of participants, including the song titles:

  1. Egert Pano – Mos ik
  2. Eneda Tarifa – Përrallë
  3. Revolt Klan – Dashurinë s’e gjejmë dot
  4. Kozma Dushi – Një kafe
  5. Enxhi Nasufi – Infinit
  6. Florent Abrashi – Të ndjek çdo hap
  7. Dilan Reka – Buzëqesh
  8. Evans Rama – Flakë
  9. Sigi Bastri – Engjëll i lirë
  10. Simbol – Artiste
  11. Lindi Islami – Për një mrekulli
  12. Egzon Pireci – Triumf
  13. Aslajdon Zaimaj – Merrmë që sot
  14. Nilsa Hysi – Asaj
  15. Jozefina Simoni – Një det me ty
  16. Genc Tukiçi – Sa të dashuroj
  17. Erga Halilaj – Monolog
  18. Teuta Kurti – Në sytë e mi
  19. Klodian Kaçani & Rezarta Smaja – Dashuri në përjetësi
  20. Luiz Ejlli – Pa mbarim
  21. Renis Gjoka – Ato që s’ti them dot
  22. Besa Krasniqi – Liroje zemrën
  23. Flaka Krelani – S’je për mua
  24. Andi Tanko – Dielli vazhdon të më ngrohë
  25. Edea Demaliaj – Era
  26. Adrian Lulgjuraj – Jeto dhe ëndërro
  27. Kristi Popa – Ajo çfarë ndjej
  28. Voltan Prodani – Dëgjoje këngën o Atë
  29. Klajdi Musabelli – Ndodh edhe kështu
  30. Niku & Entela Zhula – Muza

The list includes two former Albanian Eurovision entrants – Luiz Ejlli (who represented Albania in Eurovision 2006) and Adrian Lulgjuraj (who represented Albania in Eurovision 2013). Also, various former participants of Festivali i Kenges are back for another go – Kozma Dushi, Lindi Islami, Teuta Kurti, Rezarta Smaja, Flaka Krelani, Klajdi Musabelliu.

The winner of this year’s Festivali i Kenges will represent Albania in Eurovision 2016, which will be held in Stockholm. The winner of last year’s Festivali i Kenges was Elhaida Dani with the song “Diell”, which then ended up being changed for Eurovision, as Elhaida performed the song “I’m Alive”.

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