Georgia at ESC

Circus Mircus represented Georgia at 2022 ESC second semi-final, with the song Lock Me In. 

Tornike Kipiani represented Georgia at Eurovision 2021, with the song – You.

Georgian ESC 2021 participant Tornike Kipiani was withdrawn from the race. Tornike Kipiani, performed number 10 in the second semifinal of the popular musical competition.

Tornike Kipiani represented Georgia at the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC), with the song – Take Me As I Am

Oto Nemsadze represented Georgia at 2019 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC), with the entry song – Sul tsin iare (Keep on going). Georgian entrant dropped out of the race in the First Semi-final of the contest.

Tel Aviv – 2019 Eurovision Song Contest – First Semi-final

Georgian contenders of 2018 ESC, members of Ethno Jazz Band IRIAO dropped out of the race in the Second Semi-final of the contest, which was held in Lisbon, Portugal. IRIAO performed the song “For You”

Lisbon – 2018 Eurovision Song Contest – Second Semi-final

Tamara Gachechiladze, Georgian entrant at 2017 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC), dropped out of the race in the First Semi-final of the contest, which was held in Kyiv

Kyiv, Ukraine – 2017 Eurovision Song Contest – First Semi-final

2016 Eurovision Song Contest took place in Stockholm, Sweden. Nika Kocharov and Young Georgian Lolitaz presented Georgia, with the entry song – Midnight Gold

Stockholm, Sweden – 2016 Eurovision Song Contest – Final

Nina Sublati, Georgian contender of 2015 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) ranked the 11th place in the final of the popular musical event, which was held at Wiener Stadthalle of Austria’s capital Vienna. Sublati performed the song Warrior

Vienna, Austria – 2015 Eurovision Song Contest – Final

The Shin & Mariko, Georgian entrants of the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) dropped out of the contest from semi-final to be held in Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen, Denmark – 2014 Eurovision Song Contest – Second Semi-Final

Sophie Gelovani and Nodiko Tatishvili, Georgian contenders of the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) ranked the 15 th place , with the song Waterfall

Malmo, Sweden – 2013 Eurovision Song Contest – Final

Anri Jokhadze, Georgian participant of 2012 Eurovision Song Contest dropped out of the contest. Anri’s entry I’m a Joker was not qualified in the best 10 songs in the second semi-final held at Crystal Hall in Baku

Baku, Azerbaijan – 2012 Eurovision Song Contest – Second Semi-Final

Eldrine, band representing Georgia at Eurovision Song Contest 2011 ended the contest with the 9th place in Düsseldorf, Germany

Düsseldorf, Germany – 2011 Eurovision Song Contest – Final

Sofia Nizharadze, Georgian contender at the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) ranked the 9th place in Oslo, Norway

Oslo, Norway – 2010 Eurovision Song Contest – Final

In 2009 “Stephane & 3G” with the play on words song Put In Disco were selected to represent the Georgian entry to the ESC through Georgia’s national competition. The song caused much controversy as it was perceived to contain political references to former Russian President and current PM Vladimir Putin in the lyrics. EBU has offered GPB 1st Channel to re-write the lyrics of the entry song or select another song for the contest. Georgia announced its decision to withdrawal from ESC 2009

Stephane & 3G won Georgian National Final, with the entry – Put In Disco

In 2008, Diana Ghurtskaya improved that accomplishment by one position, reaching the 11th place, with Peace Will Come

Belgrade, Serbia – 2008 Eurovision Song Contest – Final

Georgia took part in the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time in 2007, when Sopho Khalvashi ranked the 12th place, with Visionary Dream.

Helsinki, Finland – 2007 Eurovision Song Contest – Final