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Una voce per San Marino: final!

After an entire week of preselections, San Marino has it’s final. 9 artists out of the preselection will compete and 9 big names. The show starts at 21.00 CET and you can watch it here. There were supposed to be 10 big names, but yesterday, Blind had to withdraw due to health reasons. The 18 artists are:

Pressure  Aaron Sibley
 Stripper Achille Lauro
 World falls down Alessia Labate
 More than you Burak Yeter & Alessandro Coli
 Move ’em like you never did Camille Cabaltera
Heartless game Cristina Ramos
 Nothing can blow me out Elena & Francesco Faggi
Blu  Fabry & Labiuse feat. Miodio
Mi ricordo di te (Adrenalina)  Francesco Monte
 Seriously in love Ivana Spagna
 Tears of gold Kurt Cassar
Tiramisù  Maria Chiara Leoni
DNA  Mate
 L’Ultima parola Matteo Faustini
 Running Sebastian ‘Basti’ Schmidt
Sono un uomo  Tony Cicco, Deshedus & Alberto Fortis
Io credo  Valerio Scanu
 Sweet denial Vina Rose

Achille Lauro took part in the Festival of San Remo 2019,  2020 and became 14th in 2022.
Miodio represented San Marino in the 2008 Eurovision Song Contest.
Valerio Scanu became 13th in the 2016 Festival of San Remo.

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