Pesma za Evroviziju 24 will be hitting screens next year as Serbia’s national selection for Eurovision, and now broadcaster RTS has unveiled the 28 contestants who will be competing.

The line-up includes a number of familiar faces. This includes PZE 22 winner, and Serbia’s Eurovision 2022 star, Konstrakta, who got us all clapping along with “In Corpore Sano”.

Other past national final acts who are making a return are Zorja, Filarri, Zejna, Filip Baloš, and Nadia.

But there are also some standout newbie acts in the mix. Teya Dora has become a known name in the Serbian music industry over recent years, racking up millions of streams and video views. She could well be one to watch out for.

Pesma za Evroviziju 24 contestants

  • Nemanja Radošević – “Jutra bez tebe”
  • Bojana & David – “No No No”
  • Marko Mandić – “Dno”
  • Dušan Kurtić – “Zbog tebe živim”
  • Milan Bujaković – “Moje tvoje”
  • Hydrogen – “Nemoguća misija”
  • Kat Dosa – “Tajni začin”
  • Filarri – “Ko je ta žena?”
  • M.IRA – “Percepcija”
  • Saša Báša & Virtual Ritual – “Elektroljubav”
  • Hristina – “Bedem”
  • Kabala – “Vavilon”
  • Martina Vrbos – “Da me voliš”
  • Breskvica – “Orlovo gnezdo”
  • Ivana Vladović – “Jaka”
  • Lena Kovačević – “Zovi me Lena”
  • Keni nije mrtav – “Dijamanti”
  • Zejna – “Najbolja”
  • Konstrakta – “Novo, bolje”
  • Iva Lorens – “Dom”
  • Zorja – “Lik u ogledalu”
  • Yanx – “Kolo”
  • Chai – “Sama”
  • Durlanski – “Muzika”
  • Nadia – “Sudari”
  • Džordži – “Luna park”
  • Filip Baloš – “Duga je noć”
  • Teya Dora – “Ramonda”

Pesma za Evroviziju 24 will consist of three live shows. Two semi-finals on 27 and 29 February, with the grand final being held on 2 March 2024.

Are you excited about the line-up? Which contestants do you think will be in the running to win Pesma za Evroviziju 24? Let us know in the comments below.

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Sofija
Sofija
4 months ago

Just an assumption purely based on the names, but Breskvica has an opportunity to win the televote. Lena Kovacevic will probably be the jury favorite. Also excited to hear Filip Baloš! Zejna and Yanx really have to stop sending songs to pze, it’s embarrassing already, I have a feeling they live locked somewhere on RTS and they let them out once a year to perform on pze. Ultimately, it will all come down to performances and songs, I’m supeeer excited to hear the songs!

Steven
Steven
4 months ago
Reply to  Sofija

You can’t base your reasoning on the singers popularity. Konstrakta was no one in Serbia, and still managed to get 44k sms votes which Is by far the biggest amount of votes in Serbia ever.

Lunairetic707
Lunairetic707
5 months ago

I became an obsessed Konstrakta Fan, her music & artistry is a whole new experience to me. So I really want to see her live.

This final will slap. Best names. Strong contenders. Can’t wait to listen to them!!! Serbia knows how to Eurovision.

Elena
Elena
5 months ago

And what about Bojana, she was representing Serbia in Junior Eurovision in 2018

Karl
Karl
5 months ago

Wiwibloggs, are you going to put up a Festivali i Këngës live thread or what? It’s about to start

Paddy
Paddy
5 months ago

I’m so excited to see Filip Baloš back!!

BiCHOTA
BiCHOTA
5 months ago

I’m aware that everything will come down to the songs, but the upcoming PZE is stacked af!!! Next year seems to be a treat for everyone!

Jesiah
Jesiah
5 months ago

PZE>>>>Sanremo idc

Neko
Neko
5 months ago

PZE might be the strongest nf of the season. The lineup is amazing!

Jo.
Jo.
5 months ago

Most selections are in bloodbath mode this season

Denis
Denis
5 months ago

Konstrakta to win again, I assume.

Steven
Steven
5 months ago
Reply to  Denis

If she does win it, she should win ESC because she is a legend!

gea
gea
5 months ago

Some quite popular names from Serbian music scene:

  • Breskvica – very popular among younger generation, whatever she sings will get significant public support televote wise. Or at least public and media attention
  • Teya Dora – also quite popular
  • Konstrakta – I have a feeling she came for fun and to promote a new song. Let’s see
  • Lena Kova?evi? – strange only a few people pay attention to her among ESC fan community, she is among the best female vocalists when it comes to “proper” pop music. I think she will be popular among jury members
Despicable Annie
Despicable Annie
5 months ago
Reply to  gea

You forgot Durlanski – a jazz legend who fuses world music elements with hip hop. Will surely be very popular among carpenters.

Matija
Matija
5 months ago
Reply to  gea

Konstrakta is definitely there for fun and to promote a new song. She was there for promotion two years ago as well and she was shocked when she won.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
5 months ago

Lena Kovacevic!

Serenade
Serenade
5 months ago

Breskvica is definitely the frontrunner here in terms of popularity, but being popular doesn’t always mean much in PZE.

Tom
Tom
5 months ago

Breskvica yes!

Booboo
Booboo
5 months ago

Slay slay slay

Noam600
Noam600
5 months ago

Returning artists? I hope not.. I want some fresh singers

Steven
Steven
5 months ago
Reply to  Noam600

You keep returning to these pages despite no one wanting you. What a paradox haha

Noam600
Noam600
5 months ago
Reply to  Steven

You know… I can also use vpn to dislike comments… but I dont want to be like you.. but if it gives you pleasure.. so be it…

Konstrakta
Konstrakta
5 months ago

Yes guys, Iam back after Black!!

Breskvica
Breskvica
5 months ago
Reply to  Konstrakta

Actually, I will win so… 😉

Konstrakta
Konstrakta
5 months ago
Reply to  Breskvica

You go girl!!! ?

Vojaz
Vojaz
5 months ago

Im excited for Yanx, she is finally oming back for her crown! ?

kont
kont
5 months ago

Excited for Dzordzi, Breskvica and Teya!!!

Roro31
5 months ago

OMG Serbiaaaaaaaa !!!

Konstrakta, Zorja, Teya Dora, Breskvica, Filip Balos, Filarri, Yanx (Saska Janks), Zejna… Strongggggg

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
5 months ago

I’m so excited for many of these artists, but ultimately, everything comes down to the performances at the end of the day. Personally, I would love to see Teya Dora win the most, or perhaps Zorja. I really like the title of her song, ‘The Character in the Mirror.’ It might be something truly special and personal again, perhaps without ethnic sounds.

ph0220
ph0220
5 months ago

Seeing the return of Konstrakta has genuinly made me more excited then anything else this season! :-O

She ended up taking Serbia to the Top 5 for a reason last time, and that’s cause she’s a real artist with a capital ART to it!

I legit have no idea what a new entry from her might sound like, and I can’t wait to find out. 🙂

Nobody important
Nobody important
5 months ago

This is the most stacked NF Serbia had since 2000’s. I love seeing Konstrakta back but I think it’s a bit to early for her to return. Excited to hear Breskvica’s song, she’s currently the most popular artist in Serbia and has a massive following. Really exited for Zorja, Teya Dora and Filip Balos as well! PZE24 is gonna be a blood bath!

Darko
Darko
5 months ago

OMG! Konstrakta and Breskvica ??????

Aleks
Aleks
5 months ago

Bojana – “No No No” represented Serbia on Junior Eurovison in 2018.

Jojo
Jojo
5 months ago
Reply to  Aleks

Yes, but it was a boring song and she ended up last or second-to-last.

Jamie
Jamie
5 months ago

Returning artists are getting out of hand

Chris Malta
Chris Malta
5 months ago
Reply to  Jamie

Totally agree

Jofty
Jofty
5 months ago
Reply to  Jamie

Especially the novelty/troll ones where one appearance was enough

Ari
Ari
5 months ago

It seems quite a few artists who participated very recently are seeking to come back to Eurovision. They must have had a really good time there. Or they just wanna promote their new songs to their local public. Or both.

Polegend Godnova
5 months ago
Reply to  Ari

they got fat checks from streaming services and going to eurovision is the only way for people from small eastern european music markets like croatia, lithuania and serbia to get big amounts of streams

Milos
Milos
5 months ago

actually, the Western Balkans music market is not that small, due to the fact that artists from Croatia, Bosnia, Montenegro, and Serbia all sing in the Serbo-Croatian language. Also, Slovenia and N. Macedonia mainly belong to the same market. But I would agree that promoting a song is the main reason why so many artists come back to compete

Ari
Ari
5 months ago

Overrated Taylor Swift gets fat checks from streaming services. They got A check, probably a nice one, but I doubt it was that fat. They all have share with labels and most of them with co-songwriters and producers etc.

Jojo
Jojo
5 months ago

For most of them, but Teya Dora is breaking records with her song Dzanum, and her song has more “likes” (1.2 million) than all but about 3 songs on the official Eurovision youtube videos. So she didn’t/doesn’t need Eurovision. I think she would have been wiser to stay away.