ESTONIA – Estonian national broadcaster announced some changes for the 2018 edition of Eesti Laul, the show through which the country will decide its participation in the Lisbon Eurovision Song Contest edition.
A panel of 15 jury members from Estonia and abroad will have one week to listen and evaluate the submitted entries rating them from zero to five. Fifteen of them will proceed to the next phase of the project and the live shows.
ERR will then publish the qualifying entries around 20 of December. Today submissions closed in Estonia. East Laul will take place on February 10th and 17th (respectively) for the semi finals and March 3rd for the final.