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Eesti Laul 2023: Finalists and performance order revealed

Eesti Laul 2023 final and performance order

Get ready, music lovers! The highly-anticipated final of Eesti Laul 2023 is just around the corner and the stage is set for an unforgettable night of music and entertainment. On February 11th, Tondiraba Ice Hall will host 12 talented artists, each competing for the coveted title of Eesti Laul champion and the chance to represent Estonia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 in Liverpool. Tickets here.

In addition to the finalists, several guest artists will take the stage including Karl-Erik Taukar, 2 Quick Start, and last year's winner Stefan. The final concert will be broadcast on ETV, ETV+, Raadio 2, Jupiter, and the ERR website.

The performance order has now been announced, with Meelik kicking off the show with his song "Tuju" and Sissi closing the night with “Lighthouse".

Eesti Laul 2023 final songs and performance order:

  1. Meelik “Tuju"

2. Inger "Awaiting You”

3. Janek "House of Glass”

4. Elysa "Bad Philosophy”

5. M Els "So Good (At What You Do)”

6. Bedwetters “Monsters"

7. Andreas "Why Do You Love Me”

8. Alika “Bridges"

9. Anett x Fredi "You Need to Move On”

10. Ollie “Venom"

11. Mia "Üks samm korraga”

12. Sissi “Lighthouse"

The winner of the contest will be determined by a two-round voting process. In the first round, the results of the jury and the telephone vote will be taken into account, with the top three moving on to the super-final, where the winner will be chosen by the public via telephone vote.

Mark your calendars for February 11th and witness the crowning of the next Eesti Laul champion and the start of Estonia's Eurovision 2023 journey.

Līga
January 21, 2023