2021 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 2021 national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database.

Back to Eurovision entries for 2021.

EntryNamed artists
Karma by Anxhela Peristeri
Si ajo by Wendi Mancaku
Vashëzo by Rosela Gjylbegu
Rijeka by Nina Kraljić
Share the Love by Ashley Colburn & Bojan Jambrošić
She's Like A Dream by Mia Negovetić
Tick-Tock by Albina
Zabjevaj, Sloboda Je! by Tony Cetinski & Kiki Rahimovski
Everything is Alright by Mike Tramp
Højt over skyerne by Chief 1 and Thomas Buttenschøn
Øve Os På Hinanden by Fyr Og Flamme
Best Night Ever by Tanja
Heaven's Not That Far Tonight by Suured Tüdrukud
Ma olen siin by Ivo Linna, Robert Linna, Supernova
Magus melanhoolia by Jüri Pootsmann
The Lucky One by Uku Suviste
Time by Sissi
We Could Have Been Beautiful by Koit Toome
Dark Side by Blind Channel
Hurt by Aksel
Play by Laura
Voilà by Barbara Pravi
Chiamami Per Nome by Francesca Michielin & Fedez
Un Milione Di Cose Da Dirti by Ermal Meta
Zitti e buoni by Måneskin
Discoteque by The Roop
Open by Sunday Afternoon
Circus by Royane
Monument by KEiiNO
My Life is OK by Ketil Stokkan
Ut av mørket/Fallen Angel by TIX
Love Is On My Side by The Black Mamba
Russian Woman by Manizha
Baila Baila by Alvaro Estrella
Contagious by Mustasch
Dandi Dansa by Danny Saucedo
Every Minute by Eric Saade
Good Life by Tess Merkel
Horizon by Jessica Andersson
In The Middle by The Mamas
Little Tot by Dotter
Still Young by Charlotte Perrelli
Tänker inte alls gå hem by Arvingarna
Tears Run Dry by Patrik Jean
Voices by Tusse
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