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ESC Radio Awards 2018 – vote for your favourites June 2-10

It’s ESC Radio Awards time again! The 43 participants in the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest, held from 8-12 May in Lisbon, Portugal, compete once again. And now the international listeners and followers of the Contest have their say, not only the voters from the participating countries. For one week, from June 2-10, you’ll be able to vote for your favourites in four categories: Best Song, Best Female Artist, Best Male Artist, and Best Group 2018.

The ESC Radio Awards are held for the twelfth time this year. Past winners include, among others, Il Volo (Italy), Loreen (Sweden), Sergey Lazarev (Russia), Anna Vissi (Greece), Alexander Rybak (Norway), Bonnie Tyler (United Kingdom), Eric Saade (Sweden), Kállay-Saunders (Hungary), Salvador Sobral (Portugal) – each of them in two categories -, plus The Common Linnets (The Netherlands), Marco Mengoni (Italy), Polina Gagarina (Russia), Sanna Nielsen (Sweden), Loïc Nottet (Belgium), Jedward (Ireland), and many more.

For former editions of the Awards please visit https://www.escradio.com/category/esc-radio-awards/

It’s ESC Radio Awards time again! The 43 participants in the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest, held from 8-12 May in Lisbon, Portugal, compete once again. And now the international listeners and followers of the Contest have their say, not only the voters from the participating countries. For one week, from June 2-10, you’ll be able to vote for your favourites in four categories: Best Song, Best Female Artist, Best Male Artist, and Best Group 2018.

The ESC Radio Awards are held for the twelfth time this year. Past winners include, among others, Il Volo (Italy), Loreen (Sweden), Sergey Lazarev (Russia), Anna Vissi (Greece), Alexander Rybak (Norway), Bonnie Tyler (United Kingdom), Eric Saade (Sweden), Kállay-Saunders (Hungary), Salvador Sobral (Portugal) – each of them in two categories -, plus The Common Linnets (The Netherlands), Marco Mengoni (Italy), Polina Gagarina (Russia), Sanna Nielsen (Sweden), Loïc Nottet (Belgium), Jedward (Ireland), and many more.

For former editions of the Awards please visit https://www.escradio.com/category/esc-radio-awards/

 

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