Armenia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest

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Member station ARMTV
National selection events Junior Eurosong (2008-)
Appearances 8
First appearance 2007
Last appearance 2014
Best result 1st: 2010
Worst result 8th: 2008
External links
Armenia's page at

Armenia has entered seven entries to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest (including 2013), having debuted at the 2007. Armenia is one of the most successful countries in Junior Eurovision.[citation needed]

For their first entry, Armenian broadcaster ARMTV internally selected Arevik to represent Armenia.[1] At the contest in Rotterdam, Arevik came second for Armenia with the song Erazanq, being beaten by Belarus' Alexey Zhigalkovich by only one point. Armenia's second entry was Monika Manucharova with the song Im Ergi Hnchyune, which came 8th at the 2008 Contest in Limassol. Their third entry was Luara Hayrapetyan with the song Barcelona (Բարսելոնա), which came 2nd (tied with Russia) at the 2009 Contest in Kiev. Armenia won for the first time in 2010 with the song Mama by Vladimir Arzumanyan. On home soil in Yerevan in 2011, Dalita sang Welcome To Armenia and came 5th among 13 participants. In 2012, Compass Band represented Armenia with Sweetie Baby at the 2012 contest in Amsterdam. On 30 November 2013, Monica Avanesyan carried the Armenian flag with the song Choco Fabric at the 11th JESC in Kyiv.


Table key
  Second place
  Third place
  Last place
Year Artist Language Title Place Points
2007 Arevik Armenian "Erazanq" (Երազանք) 2 136
2008 Monica Manucharova Armenian "Im Ergi Hnchyune" (Իմ Երգի Հնչյունը) 8 59
2009 Luara Hayrapetyan Armenian "Barcelona" (Բարսելոնա) 2 116
2010 Vladimir Arzumanyan Armenian "Mama" (Մամա) 1 120
2011 Dalita Armenian, English "Welcome to Armenia" 5 85
2012 Compass Band Armenian, English "Sweetie Baby" 3 98
2013 Monica Avanesyan Armenian, English "Choco-Factory" 6 69
2014 Betty Armenian, English "People of the Sun"

Voting History[edit]


Year Location Venue Presenters
2011 Yerevan Karen Demirchyan Sports and Concerts Complex Avet Barseghyan & Gohar Gasparyan


  1. ^ "Arevik group to represent the country in Rotterdam". Oikotimes. Retrieved 2008-12-10.