RTÉ to select their entry for Eurovision 2024 through a national final!

Just over a month after the Grand Final of Eurovision 2023 took place, RTÉ has started looking for the song that is going to represent Ireland in the 2024 Eurovision Song Contest! The Irish broadcaster wants to hear from contemporary performers and songwriters with the talent and ambition to compete and succeed in Eurovision.

Apart from the standard Eurovision rules, RTÉ has also applied the following rules to their Eurovision song selection:

  • Accomplished songwriters with a proven track record of success in the music industry can submit their songs;
  • Each songwriter may only submit one song (including co-writes) for consideration
  • The submitted songs must have a performer or performers;
  • All recordings of songs must be submitted in MP3 192kbps format, and be in their final form (demos, unfinished work or substandard recordings will not be accepted);
  • The submitted songs must not be submitted for consideration to any other country participating in Eurovision Song Contest 2024;
  • The performer(s) attached to the submitted songs must not be submitted for consideration as performer(s) of any song submitted for consideration to any other country participating in Eurovision Song Contest 2024;
  • The submission needs to include a photograph of the performer(s) and their short biography;
  • The performer(s) must have intrinsic and obvious appeal to the core youth audiences who make up a significant amount of Eurovision viewers and fans;
  • Entries are accepted through the online form on www.rte.ie/eurovision, no later than 6pm local time (7pm CET) on the 29th of September 2023;
  • RTÉ reserves the right at any stage in the process to invite established songwriters and/or performer(s) to submit entries and to include any such entries in the shortlist;
  • RTÉ reserves the right to arrange, produce or otherwise alter any song/performance selected for the purposes of the Eurovision Song Contest 2024.

A pre-selection jury is going to be formed, and they will select multiple entries to perform in a televised final early next year. Some of the selected acts may be invited to RTÉ to audition prior to the final decision about their entry being made. The exact date and the format of the national selection will be confirmed at a later stage.

Wild Youth won the Eurovision special of “The Late Late Show” earlier this year, and went on to represent Ireland in Eurovision in Liverpool with their song “We Are One”. They failed to make it to the Grand Final, finishing in 12th place with only 10 points in the first semi final. The last time Ireland reached the Grand Final was back in 2018, when Ryan O’Shaughnessy finished in 16th place with his song “Together”.

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