1980 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 1980 national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database.

Back to Eurovision entries for 1980.

EntryNamed artists
Euro-Vision by Telex
Du och jeg by Birthe Kjær & Henning Vilén
Hej, hej, det swinger by Grethe Ingmann
Laila by Brødrene Olsen
Tænker altid på dig by Bamses Venner
Huilumies by Vesa-Matti Loiri
Jos voimaa on by Reijo Karvonen & Pepe Willberg
Karthago by Kirka
Päättymätön laulu by Irina Milan & Eija Ahvo
Hé, hé, m'sieurs dames by Profil
Un enfant de France by Frida Boccara
Viens dans ma farandole by Minouche Barelli
Theater by Katja Ebstein
Autostop by Anna Vissi
UFO by Kostas Tournas & The Epikouri
Lovin' Won't Let You Down by Roy Taylor & Karen Black
Stepping Stones by Peter Beckett
What's Another Year by Johnny Logan
You Have by The Dajacs
You're So Cheeky by Peter Eades & Miami
Ja by Jahn Teigen
Sámiid Ædnan by Sverre Kjelsberg & Mattis Hætta
Stjerneskudd by Anita Skorgan
Alegria em mi maior by As Alegres Comadres
Amigos, eu voltei by Carlos Manuel Paião
Doce by Doce
Era by Tozé Brito
Guardando em mim by Dina
Made in Portugal by Sarabanda
Um grande grande amor by José Cid
Just nu! by Tomas Ledin
Låt solen värma dig by Ted Gärdestad & Annica Boller
Mycke' mycke' mer by Chips
United Kingdom
Gonna Do My Best by The Main Event
Love Enough for Two by Prima Donna
Love Is Alive by Duke and the Aces
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