Östersjöfestivalen

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Östersjöfestivalen or Baltic Song Contest is an annual song contest held for the states along the Baltic Sea. The annual host city is Karlshamn in Sweden. The first contest was held in 1978.

Year Date Host Winner Runner Up Third place Prizes
1978 - -  Sweden Zeid Andersson - - -
1979 - -  Poland Maria Jeżowska - - -
1980 1980-07-19 -  Poland Magdalena Zawadzka - - -
1981 1981-07-18 -  Poland Ewa Morawska - - -
1982 1982-07-24 -  Poland Krystyna Giżowska - - -
1983 1983-07-23 -  Soviet Union Irina Otijova - - -
1984 1984-07-21 -  Denmark Anne Karin Andersen - - -
1985 1985-07-20 -  Poland Hanna Banaszak - - -
1986 1986-07-19 -  Poland Beata Kozidrak - - -
1987 1987-07-18 -  Poland Małgorzata Ostrowska  Denmark Kirsten & Sören  Sweden Charlotte Ardai -
1988 1988-07-23 Bengt Grafström  Sweden Britt Dahlén  Soviet Union Marina Kapuro  West Germany Art Affairs -
1989 1989-07-22 -  United Kingdom Sadine Nine  West Germany Sebastian Schimmelpfennig  East Germany Anett Kölpin -
1990 1990-07-21 Bengt Grafström  Austria Etta Scolo  Denmark Lonnie Devantier  Sweden Tove Jaarnek -
1991 1991-07-20 Bengt Grafström  Germany David Hanselman  United Kingdom Dana Gillespie  Austria Gary Lux & Shirley Giha -
1992 1992-07-18 Bengt Grafström  Sweden Peter Jöback  Austria Opus  Finland Marjorie -
1993 1993-07-24 Bengt Grafström  The Netherlands Chris Irvine  Austria Lele  Poland Edyta Górniak -
1994 1994-07-23 Bengt Grafström  Norway Madam Medusa  Poland Kayah  Ireland Darren Holden -
1995 1995-07-22 Bengt Grafström  Poland Justyna Steczkowska  Austria Joni Madden  Sweden Paris Klingberg -
1996 1996-07-20 Bengt Grafström  United Kingdom Holli C. Krokar  Poland Robert Gawliński  Russia Igor Nadjiev -
1997 1997-07-19 Bengt Grafström  Lithuania Rosita Civilyte  Russia Oksana Galitskaja  Poland Natalia Kukulska -
1998 1998-07-18 Bengt Grafström  Latvia Brainstorm  Norway Marianne Antonsen  Sweden Crosstalk -
1999 1999-07-24 Bengt Grafström  Sweden Anna Stadling  Poland Andrzej Piaseczny  Latvia Arnis Mednis -
2000 2000-07-22 Bengt Grafström  Latvia Little Gunnar  Russia Soso Pavliachvili  Poland Brathanki -
2001 2001-07-21 Bengt Grafström  Poland Ich Troje  United Kingdom Danny Lichfield  USA Marvin Ruffin -
2002 2002-07-20 Ola Lindholm  Poland Varius Manx  Sweden Nanne Grönvall  Italy Daniele Vit -
2003 2003-07-19 Ola Lindholm  Sweden Aleena  Latvia F.L.Y.  Austria Baghira -
2004 2004-07-17 Ola Lindholm  Sweden Sandra Dahlberg  Norway Gil Bonden  Sweden Niklas Andersson[1] -
2005 2005-07-23 Ola Lindholm  United Kingdom Rob Reynolds  Latvia Putnu Balle  Italy Jalisse -
2006 2006-07-22 Tina Leijonberg  Poland Kasia Cerekwicka  Sweden Andersson & Gibson  Italy Falzone -
2007[2] 2007-07-21 Tina Leijonberg  Lithuania Jurga  Poland Patrycja Markowska  Estonia Maarja -
2008 2008-07-19 Tina Leijonberg  Sweden LaGaylia Frazier  Sweden Caroline Larsson  Poland Ewelina Flinta & Łukasz Zagrobelny -
2009 2009-07-18 Anders Jönsson   Switzerland IVO  Lithuania Zivile Ba  Sweden Jan Johansen -
2010[3] 2010-07-24 Anders Jönsson  Latvia Aisha  Estonia Birgit Õigemeel  Russia Andrew Solodkiy Public prise:  Sweden Molly Sandén
2011 2011-07-23 Anders Jönsson  Norway Diskotek  Sweden Savbrant Ingrid Band  Sweden Py Bäckman -
2012[4] 2012-07-21 Anders Jönsson  Poland Piotr Kupicha & Marcin Kindla   Switzerland 77 Bombay Street  Austria Michael Watter Public prise:   Switzerland 77 Bombay Street
2013[5] 2013-07-20 Anders Jönsson  Sweden Tove Jaarnek  Poland Margaret  Sweden Miriam Bryant Public prise:  Sweden Miriam Bryant
2014[6] 2014-07-19 Anders Jönsson & Anna-Lena Petersson  Poland Stashka  Sweden Caroline Wennergren  Sweden Alien Public prise:  Poland Stashka
2015[7] 2015-07-18 Thomas Deutgen  Spain Gerson Galván  Ireland Janet Devlin  Belarus Janet Public prise:  Poland Sarsa
2016 2016-07-23 Thomas Deutgen  Norway Adam Douglas  Spain Maika Barbero  Croatia Antonela Doko Public prise:  Moldova Doinita Gherman

List of Countries[edit]

Wins[edit]

Wins Country
13  Poland
8  Sweden
3  United Kingdom
3  Latvia
3  Norway
2  Lithuania
1  Spain
1  Austria
1   Switzerland
1  West Germany
1  Denmark
1  Soviet Union
1  The Netherlands

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sandra Dahlberg wins Baltic Song Contest". esctoday.com. Retrieved 17 August 2015.
  2. ^ "Jurga Wins the Baltic Song Contest in Karlshamn". Music Lithuania. 2007-07-23. Retrieved 2015-12-09.
  3. ^ "Radio Sweden Blekinge - Latvian Aicha won the Baltic Song Contest".
  4. ^ "Poplight - Poland won the Baltic Song Contest 2012".
  5. ^ "Blekinge Lans Tidning - Sweden won the Baltic Song Contest 2013".
  6. ^ "Radio Sweden Blekinge - Artist Stashka won the Baltic Song Contest".
  7. ^ "Blekinge Lans Tidning - Spanish contribution won this year's Baltic Song Contest".