Hungary's search for Eurovision singer receives over 350 entries
The top 30 tunes will be announced in December and the live A Dal 2018 broadcasts will begin on January 20th and will run every week for six weeks
Hungary’s search for its next Eurovision Song Contest entry might be a difficult task this year because the A Dal 2018 competition has received over 350 entries.
It’s now the job of the professional jury to sift through the hundreds of entries and whittle it down to just 30 for the final selection process next year.
The top songs will be broadcasted live to the public who will vote for their favorite in a series of shows beginning in January.
The top 30 tunes will be announced in December and the live A Dal 2018 broadcasts will begin on January 20th and will run every week for six weeks.
According to MTVA, on January 6th and 13th there will be two shows broadcast featuring the most memorable moments of the last six seasons of A Dal.
Last year’s A Dal winner, Joci Pápai went on to represent Hungary in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 and has had many other career successes.