2020 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 2020 national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database.

Back to Eurovision entries for 2020.

EntryNamed artists
Albania
Botë për dy by Olta Boka
Ende by Wendi Mancaku
Me gotën bosh by Tiri Gjoci
Shaj by Arilena Ara
Armenia
Chains On You by Athena Manoukian
Australia
Don't Break Me by Montaigne
Belarus
Da Vidna by Val
Croatia
Divlji vjetre by Damir Kedžo
Czech Republic
Get Up by Pam Rabbit
Kemama by Benny Cristo
Denmark
Human by Jasmin Rose feat. RoxorLoops
Impossible Dreamers by Søren Okholm
Yes by Ben & Tan
Estonia
Break Me by Laura
Heart Winder by German & Violina
Üks kord veel by Traffic
What Love Is by Uku Suviste
Finland
Looking Back by Aksel Kankaanranta
Georgia
Tornike Kipiani
Iceland
Dreyma by Matti Matt
Think About Things/Gagnamagnið by Daði & Gagnamagnið
Italy
Carioca by Raphael Gualazzi
Fai rumore by Diodato
Viceversa by Francesco Gabbani
Latvia
Heart Beats by Katrina Dimanta
Impossible by Markus Riva
Still Breathing by Samanta Tina
Lithuania
Fully by The Backs
On Fire by The Roop
We Came from the Sun by Ruta Loop
Malta
Destiny
Moldova
Die For You by Catarina Sandu
My Wine by Pasha Parfeni
Prison by Natalia Gordienco
Norway
Attention by Ulrikke
Out of Air by Didrik & Emil Solli-Tangen
Talking About Us by Lisa Børud
Poland
Count On Me by Kasia Deren
Empires by Alicja Szemplinska
Lucy by Albert Cerný & Lake Malawi
Portugal
Medo de sentir by Elisa
Serbia
Bomba by Neda Ukraden
Hasta La Vista by Hurricane
Ne puštam by Sanja Bogosavljevic
Tajna by Ana Milenkovic
Slovenia
Forever by Tinkara Kovac
Maybe Someday by Božidar Wolfand - Wolf
Voda by Ana Soklic
Sweden
Boys with Emotions by Felix Sandman
Carpool Karaoke by Nanne Grönvall
Kingdom Come by Anna Bergendahl
Miraklernas tid by Jan Johansen
Move by The Mamas
Moves by Suzi P
Shout It Out by Mariette
Sluta aldrig gå by Sonja Aldén
Take a Chance by Robin Bengtsson
Troubled Waters by Victor Crone
Vamos Amigos by Méndez feat. Alvaro Estrella
Ukraine
Solovey by Go_A
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