Slavianski Bazaar continues today in Belarus, with the first day of the Pop Song Performers contest, while the children’s contest begins.

The children’s contest gets underway this afternoon in Vibetsk. A total of 20 singers will be performing in the first day of competitions in the children’s contest. The running order was decided yesterday afternoon, with the children taking part in the draw. The running order is as follows:

  1. Bulgaria – Teresa Todorova
  2. Serbia – Una
  3. Uzbekistan – Hayrisha
  4. Belarus – Anastasia Zhabko
  5. Czech Republic – Nela Zhakov
  6. Moldova – Daria Shvets
  7. Macedonia – Tina Rusev
  8. Ukraine – Yekaterina Manuzina
  9. Latvia – Melissa Kovaleva
  10. Russia – Anastasiya Gladilin
  11. Kazakhstan – Ramin Sarmuzina
  12. Lithuania – Airi
  13. Montenegro – Ivka
  14. Bosnia & Herzegovina – Una Shushnitsa
  15. Malta –  Kiana Fenech
  16. Armenia – Masha
  17. Israel – Alice
  18. Diane – Diane Hartwig
  19. Estonia – Alisa Gaychonok
  20. Romania – Maria Paliy

The children’s contest is not being broadcast live by TVR, however we will still bring you the results of the show.

The first day of the final of the pop song performers contest is live tonight from 21:00 CET. Yesterday saw the semi final held in Vibetsk, with 21 singers whittled down to the final 15. The 15 singers will take to the stage performing “Slavic Hits”, the jury will mark all the performances with the scores carried over to the second day of the final tomorrow.

Performing tonight are:

  • Mexico – Jorge Roman
  • Romania – Felicia Dunaf
  • Kazakhstan – Adam
  • Israel – Anna Timofey
  • Georgia – Andrea Gvelesiani
  • Ukraine – Marietta Ways
  • Serbia – Dushan Svilar
  • Russia – Yekarterina Fyrfa
  • Montenegro – Kate B
  • Lithuania – Valeriya Ilin
  • Macedonia – Darko Ilievski
  • Czech Republic – Mikhaeyla Gemrotrova
  • Moldova – Anna Odobesku
  • Belarus – Alexey Gross
  • Italy – Elenaor Vekko

Watch the final live on Belarus 1 from 20:00 CET here.

The Slavianski Bazaar has been held annually since 1992 to showcase Slavic culture. As part of the Bazaar two contests are held, one for child singers and one for young pop performers. The pop performers contest is split over two days, the first day sees performers singing a song in their national language. The second day sees the performers covering a popular song from the Slavic nations. The winner if selected by a jury made up of past winners and well known performers.