Tickets for Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2022 are now on sale!

Malta Eurovision Song Contest returns for the first time after 2018 and in this year’s edition it features a total of 22 acts. The show will have a semi final scheduled for 17th of February where 16 acts will advance to the Grand Final which is scheduled for 19th of February, and a “Special Night” of MESC will be held on the 18th.

All of the competing songs have been released a couple of weeks ago, and now we’ve got news about the tickets for the contest. The tickets went on sale and should you wish to go and watch the show, you can buy your tickets via the following link (click). You can only buy tickets for all three nights together, and the prices start at 80 EUR and go all the way to 120 EUR. The shows will feature seated audience only, as it’s in the accordance to the pandemic rules of the country.

Lots of familiar names are returning to the Contest, including four artists with previous Eurovision related experience – Jessika, who represented San Marino at Eurovision Song Contest 2018 in Lisbon, Richard Micallef, who was part of Firelight who represented Malta at Eurovision 2014 in Copenhagen, while Francesca Sciberras and Nicole Azzopardi represented Malta at Junior Eurovision 2009 and 2010 respectively.

The list of the contestants in the alphabetical orders is as follows:

  • Aidan Cassar – Ritmu
  • Baklava feat. Nicole – Electric Indigo
  • Denise Mercieca – Boy
  • Derrick Schembri – II
  • Emma Muscat – Out of Sight
  • Enya Magri – Shame
  • Francesca Sciberras – Rise
  • Jade Vella – Revelación
  • Janice Mangion – Army
  • Jessica Grech – Aphrodisiac
  • Jessika – Kaleidoscope
  • Malcolm Pisani – We came for love
  • Mark Anthony Bartolo – Serenity
  • Matt BLXCK – Come Around
  • Miriana Conte – Look what you’ve done now
  • Nicole Azzopardi – Into The Fire
  • Nicole Hammett – A lover’s heart
  • Norbert Bondin – How special you are
  • Rachell Lowell – White Doves
  • Raquel Galdes Briffa – Over You
  • Richard Micallef – Hey Little
  • Sarah Bonnici – Heaven

You can listen to the songs HERE or at the playlist below:

Let us know who your favorites are by voting in our poll right here:

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In 2019 and 2020 the Maltese entrants were selected through X Factor Malta, while the winner of the 2020 edition of this talent show, Destiny, was internally selected once again for 2021. She performed “Je Me Casse” in Rotterdam last year, and ended up on the 7th place in the Grand Final.

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