Do you want to burn? Do you want to see everything explode? Well, brace yourselves: Spain has revealed the song titles for all Benidorm Fest 2023 entries and some of them are quite fiery!

Benidorm Fest 2023: Song titles

– Agoney – “Quiero arder” (I want to burn)
– Alfred – “Desde que tú estás” (Since you’re here)
– Alice Wonder – “Yo quisiera” (I would like to)
– Aritz Arén – “Flamenco”
– Blanca Paloma – “Ea, ea”
– E’FEMME – “Uf”
– Famous – “La Lola”
– Fusa Nocta – “Mi Familia” (My family)

– José Otero – “Inviernos en Marte” (Winters in Mars)
– Karmento – “Quiero y duelo” (I want and I hurt)
– Megara – “Arcadia” 
– Meler – “No nos moverán” (They won’t move us)
– Rakky Ripper – “Tracción” (Traction)
– Sharonne – “Aire” (Air)
– Siderland – “Que esclati tot” (Let it all explode)
– Sofía Martín – “Tuki”
– Twin Melody – “Sayonara”
– Vicco – “Nochentera” (The whole night/Eightees night. It’s a play on words, it will make sense when we have the full lyrics)

Benidorm Fest 2023: Tickets and more

The song titles for all 18 Benidorm Fest 2023 songs were revealed this evening during a press conference. RTVE gathered the 18 artists in Madrid for a short meet and greet with the press. 

There it was also announced that the tickets for Benidorm Fest will go on sale from next Monday, November 7.

The sales process is staggered by show: tickets for Semi-final 1 will come out on Monday the 7th at 12.00 CET. There will only be 1,000 of them, so get ready for some Hunger Games drama.

Then, on Thursday the 11th, tickets for Semi-final 2 will be released, at the same time, and with the same amount of tickets. And then, on Monday the 14th, the same procedure will take place for tickets for the final.

Tickets for the Semi-Finals will cost 30 euros, and the ones for the Final will cost 40 euros. They will be on sale at entradasatualcance.com 

Which Benidorm Fest 2023 artist are you most excited about? What do the song titles tell you about the music? Let us know in the comment section below!

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Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
18 days ago

Obviously we have to wait for the songs but I really Hope Spanish Eurofans “evolve” as regards what they choose for Eurovision. Their taste does not seem to be that of Europe and the problem IS they tend to forget that: they chose Tu canción, they voted for Do It 4 your lover to be on the NF, last year they wanted Terra. Before listening to the songs, i know for a fact that unless the song is pure crap they Will vote for Agoney.

Mr X
Mr X
22 days ago

All the songs in my beloved spanish language (with the exception in catalan, which ist great). I´m very looking forward !

Whisker
Whisker
23 days ago

Blanca Paloma is the sweetest, most elegant lady ever and I love the “nochentera” thing. Alfred seemed so happy to be in the line-up, I loved that too. I can’t wait to listen to the songs.

Mr X
Mr X
22 days ago
Reply to  Whisker

She already was my favoutite this year !

Frenkc
Frenkc
24 days ago

Siderland – “Que esclati tot”

That’s Catalan, right?
I am glad to see that RTVE now lets songs in Spain’s other national languages compete. Maybe we should thank Tanxugueiras for that.

Efraim
Efraim
24 days ago
Reply to  Frenkc

Yes it is.

Lorena
Lorena
24 days ago
Reply to  Frenkc

Yes, it’s Catalan. RTVE, like all the rest of Spanish public entities, must allow by law any content in any official language of the country. This rule is not new. The fact is just that there was no Catalan songs among the candidates so far, not that RTVE did not allow them.

Esc addict
Esc addict
24 days ago

What the purpose to do a press conference only for that? Post the news on Twitter or Instagram it will have the same effect, and you will save time and money. RTVE love to do useless press conferences it seems.

Josh
Josh
24 days ago

UMK23 was sold out within hours so I’m expecting the same here, good to see two debutans of the 1961 contest getting stronger each year.

Fast Food Music Lover
Fast Food Music Lover
24 days ago

I was gonna be a hater because song title reveals is the lamest thing ever, but since there are translations next to them I guess it’s a chance to learn Spanish phrases.

Jonkonfui
Jonkonfui
18 days ago

I wonder how would a non Spanish speaker pronounce “Ea, Ea”?

potaxio
potaxio
24 days ago

Something’s too fishy here but I can’t quite point it out :/

Karl
Karl
24 days ago

Who cares about song titles. This is so cringe.

At the very least, they should be releasing snippets or nothing at all. Releasing just the song titles without even giving a date for when the songs will be out is just plain du.mb.

Eurotoxic
Eurotoxic
24 days ago
Reply to  Karl

Spain loves DRAMA and they have the gift to make 200 news about one business to discuss hours and hours…

Remember Rocio’s shows in 2020 with some eurovision acts performing there… They were singing eurovision entries in the middle of a famous family DRAMA

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
24 days ago

I wonder when the songs will be released.

Jonas
Jonas
24 days ago

Do I want to burn? Do I want to see everything explode?

No. No, I do not.

microfibertowel
microfibertowel
22 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

not with that mindset