After two semi-finals, only 16 acts remain standing in Pesma za Evroviziju 23. One of these grand finalists will emerge as the winner on Saturday and then head to Liverpool in May to represent Serbia at Eurovision.
Before the Serbian jury and public make their decision, we’re opening the floor to you.
Which act do you want to follow in Konstrakta’s footsteps?
Scroll down to vote in our poll
Click on the songs to watch the performances from the semi-finals.
- Stefan Shy – “Od jastuka do jastuka”
- Boris Subotić – “Nedostupan”
- Nadia – “Devojka tvog dečka”
- Duo Grand – “Viva la Vida”
- Nađa – “Moj prvi ožiljak na duši”
- Frajle – “Neka, neka”
- Hurricane – “Zumi zimi zami”
- Chegi & Braća Bluz Band – “Svadba ili kavga”
- Dzipsii – “Greh”
- Luke Black – “Samo mi se spava”
- Filip Baloš – “Novi plan drugi san”
- Princ – “Cvet sa Istoka”
- Filarri – “Posle mene”
- Gift – “Liberta”
- Empathy Soul Project – “Indigo”
- Zejna – “Rumba”
Poll: Who should win the Pesma za Evroviziju 23 grand final?
You can vote for as many acts as you want. But remember that you’ll only be able to vote once — so make that vote count.
The Pesma za Evroviziju 23 takes place on Saturday 4th March. Proceedings start at 21:05 CET and will run until just after midnight CET on Sunday morning.
As with the semi-finals, it will be held at broadcaster RTS’s studio in Belgrade. The show will be hosted by Milan Marić and Dragana Kosjerina, whilst we’ll see Kristina Radenković and Stefan Popović in the green room.
The results will be determined by a 50:50 split between the votes of a jury and the public.
Who did you vote for? Who could give Serbia the best result at Eurovision 2023? Share your thoughts in the comments below.