Serbia will participate in the 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Gliwice, Poland.
Serbian broadcaster RTS has revealed that they will participate in this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest, with their entrant being selected through a national final. The submissions window has opened, with the deadline for submission set for 1st September.
Interested singers must follow the rules, which include clauses such as:
- The submitted song must be between 2:30 to 3:00 minutes long
- The song must be written in Serbian or any other official language of Serbia
- Singers must be a Serbian citizen and aged between 9-14 years old
More rules can be found here.
Serbia was represented by Bojana Radovanovic in Minsk last year. With her song “Svet”, she came 19th, scoring 30 points overall.
The 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be held on Sunday 24th November in Gliwice, Poland. To date, 14 countries have expressed their interest in participating in the contest:
- North Macedonia
Although they have not yet confirmed, it is expected that these countries will confirm this year due to their attendance at the Reference Group meeting:
The following nations have confirmed that they will not be participating in Poland: