Israel national Eurovision finals

People in the Six on Stage database who have taken part in Israel national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest. This includes songwriters, jury members, hosts, spokespeople and performers. Only competitive national finals are included.

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Appearances by year for Israel national Eurovision finals

EntryNamed artists
2022
Don't by Michael Ben David
I.M by Michael Ben David
2019
Kobi Marimi
2018
Netta Barzilai
2017
Imri Ziv
2016
Made of Stars by Hovi Star
2015
Avia Shoshani
Nadav Guedj
2013
Rak bishvilo by Moran Mazor
2011
Ding Dong by Dana International
2006
Kama ahava by Gameboys
Yalda sheli by Aviva & Maya Avidan
Ze hazman by Eddie Butler
2005
Hasheket shenish'ar by Shiri Maymon
Zman by Mira Awad
2001
Ein davar by Tal Sundak
1996
Alpa'im by Alon Jan & Izhar Cohen
Me'abed tzura by Doron Oren
1995
Amen by Liora
Ha'aretz hamuvtachat by Lea Lupatin & Ofer Levi
Laila tov Eropa by Dana International
Tfila by Yulia
1993
Ad by Adam
Parpar by David D'or
Shiru by Saraleh Sharon & Group Shiru
1992
Hayu li chalomot by Lea Lupatin
Ze rak sport by Dafna Dekel
1991
Kan by Duo Datz
Yachad na'amod by Adam
1989
Ani ma'amin by Milk & Honey
Dayenu by Avi Toledano
Derech ha'melech by Gili & Galit
Shvil ha'zahav by Vardina Cohen
1987
Kupidon by Orna & Moshe Datz
Musica hi neshika la'netzach by Vardina & Izhar Cohen
Shir habatlanim by Nathan Datner & Avi Kushnir
1986
Na'ara by Yehuda Tamir
Yavoh yom by Moti Giladi & Sarai Tzuriel
1985
Od nagi'a by Yardena Arazi
Olé olé by Izhar Cohen
Shir amelim by Lea Lupatin
1983
Chai by Ofra Haza
Shiru shir Amen by Yardena Arazi
1982
El ha'or by Izhar Cohen
Hora by Avi Toledano
Musica nisheret by Yardena Arazi
1981
Carnaval by Avi Toledano
Halayla by Hakol Over Habibi
Kaleidoscope by Shlomo Gronich & Dafna Armoni
Serenada by Milk & Honey
1979
Hallelujah by Milk & Honey
1978
A-ba-ni-bi by Izhar Cohen & The Alphabeta
Nesich ha'halomot by Gali Atari, Zvi Bums & Udi Spielman
Shalosh balayla ba'ir by Gidi Gov
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