Sanremo Music Festival 2019

The Sanremo Music Festival 2019 (Italian: 69º Festival della Canzone Italiana di Sanremo 2019) was the 69th annual Sanremo Music Festival, a television song contest held in the Teatro Ariston of Sanremo and organised and broadcast by RAI. The show was held between 5 February 2019 and 9 February 2019. Claudio Baglioni was the artistic director of the contest, and co-hosted it with Virginia Raffaele and Claudio Bisio. 24 entriese competed in one section only. Mahmood received first prize with his song "Soldi".

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Sanremo Music Festival
69th edition (2019)
Dates5 February 2019 (1st night)
6 February 2019 (2nd night)
7 February 2019 (3rd night)
8 February 2019 (4th night)
9 February 2019 (5th night)
Presenter(s)Claudio Baglioni
and Claudio Bisio, Virginia Raffaele
Artistic director(s)Claudio Baglioni
Orchestra leaderGeoff Westley
BroadcasterRAI
VenueTeatro Ariston
(Sanremo, Liguria, Italy)
Big Artists section
Entries24 acts (24 songs)
WinnerMahmood
"Soldi"
Critic's prizeDaniele Silvestri
"Argentovivo"
Eurovision Song Contest
Selection processWinning act of the Big Artists section accepted invitation to compete in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019
Sanremo Music Festival chronology
2019  

The Sanremo Music Festival 2019 (Italian: 69º Festival della Canzone Italiana di Sanremo 2019) was the 69th annual Sanremo Music Festival, a television song contest held in the Teatro Ariston of Sanremo and organised and broadcast by RAI. The show was held between 5 February 2019 and 9 February 2019. Claudio Baglioni was the artistic director of the contest, and co-hosted it with Virginia Raffaele and Claudio Bisio. 24 entriese competed in one section only. Mahmood received first prize with his song "Soldi".

Format

Presenters

Singer-songwriter and musician, Claudio Baglioni, who was also the competition's artistic director, will host the Sanremo Music Festival for a second consecutive year in 2019, alongside co-hosts Claudio Bisio and Virginia Raffaele[1].

Voting

Voting during the five evenings will occurre through different combinations of four methods:

The three voting systems had a percentage weight so distributed:[2]

  • First, Second and Third Evening: 40% Public televoting; 30% Demoscopic poll; 30% Press jury voting
  • Fourth and Fifth Evening: 50% Public televoting; 30% Press jury voting; 20% Expert jury voting

In the final part of the fifth evening, a new rank indicating the first three acts -determined by the percentage of votes obtained in this evening's vote and those obtained in previous evenings- was drawn up.

Selections

Ecco Sanremo Giovani

Unlike previous editions, the Newcomers' section will not be included in the Festival but will be a similar selection to decree the two places reserved in the Big Artist section.[3] The artists competing in the new format were selected through two separate contests: Standard section and Area Sanremo. The selection was preceded by four afternoon shows, conducted by Luca Barbarossa and Andrea Perroni, where the artists and their related pieces were presented.

Standard selection

On October 19, 2018, Rai Commission for Sanremo Music Festival 2018 announced a list of 677 acts, but only 69 artists coming from all Italian regions -excluding Basilicata and Valle d'Aosta- and from abroad were selected in the first phase.[4][5]

On November 27, 2018, Rai Commission announced the eighteen finalists.[6][7]

Area Sanremo

After the auditions, RAI Commission - composed by Claudio Baglioni, Claudio Fasulo, Duccio Forzano, Massimo Giuliano, Massimo Martelli and Geoff Westley- identified 6 finalists for the competition among the 225 acts:[6][8]

Sanremo Giovani 2018

On December 20 and 21, 2018, the twenty four finalists performed their songs at Sanremo Casino in Sanremo, with the show Sanremo Giovani 2018 broadcast on Rai 1 presented by Pippo Baudo and Fabio Rovazzi. The two winners of the nights will participate in Sanremo 2019 with a new entry. Einar and Mahmood were selected as the winners.[9][10]

  Enters Sanremo 2019

Big Artists section

The Big Artists section of the contest will revert to 24 artists, after briefly going up to 22 last year. Like last year, there will be no eliminations during the four weeknight shows. All the artists will perform several times and will be scored during the week, but they will all advance to the final night.[11][12]

Competing entries

Competing songs and artists, showing writers, orchestra conductor and results achieved
Big Artists section[13]
Song, performing artist(s) and writer(s) Orchestra conductor Rank[14] Sanremo Music Festival Awards
"Soldi" – Mahmood
(Charlie Charles, Dario "Dardust" Faini, Alessandro Mahmoud)
Dario "Dardust" Faini 1
  • Winner of the "Big Artists" section – Golden Lion[15]
  • "Enzo Jannacci" Award for Best Performance[16]
"I tuoi particolari" – Ultimo
(Niccolò Moriconi)
Diego Calvetti 2
  • TimMusic Award for Most-Streamed Song[17]
"Musica che resta" – Il Volo
(Antonello Carozza, Emilio Munda, Gianna Nannini, Pasquale Mammaro, Piero Romitelli)
Adriano Pennino 3
"Cosa ti aspetti da me" – Loredana Bertè
(Gaetano Curreri, Gerardo Pulli, Piero Romitelli)
Massimo Zanotti 4
  • "Ariston's Audience" Award
"Abbi cura di me" – Simone Cristicchi
(Simone Cristicchi, Nicola Brunialti, Gabriele Ortenzi)
Roberto Rossi 5
  • "Giancarlo Bigazzi" Award for Best Arrangement
  • "Sergio Endrigo" Award for Best Interpretation
"Argentovivo" – Daniele Silvestri[18]
(Daniele Silvestri, Tarek Iurcich, Fabio Rondanini, Manuel Agnelli)
Enrico Gabrielli 6
  • Critics' Award "Mia Martini"
  • Press, Radio, TV & Web Award "Lucio Dalla"
  • "Sergio Bardotti" Award for Best Lyrics
"La ragazza col cuore di latta" – Irama
(Giuseppe Colonnelli, Andrea Debernardi, Filippo Maria Fanti, Giulio Nenna)
Giulio Nenna 7
"Mi sento bene" – Arisa
(Alessandra Flora, Matteo Buzzanca, Lorenzo Vizzini, Rosalba Pippa)
Fabio Gurian 8
"Rolls Royce" – Achille Lauro
(Achille Lauro, Davide Petrella, Daniele Deizi, Daniele Mungai, Edoardo "Boss Doms" Manozzi)
Enrico Melozzi 9
"Nonno Hollywood" – Enrico Nigiotti
(Enrico Nigiotti)
Federico Megozzi 10
  • Lunezia Award for Best Music-letterary Value[19]
"Per un milione" – Boomdabash
(Federica Abbate, Cheope, Rocco Pagliarulo, Angelo Cisternino, Alessandro Merli, Fabio Clemente)
Valeriano Chiaravalle 11
"Rose viola" – Ghemon
(Giovanni Luca Picariello, Stefano "Zef" Tognini)
Valeriano Chiaravalle 12
"Solo una canzone" – Ex-Otago
(Maurizio Carucci, Simone Bertuccini, Olmo Martellacci, Francesco Bacci, Rachid Bouchabla)
Dario "Dardust" Faini 13
"Dov'è l'Italia" – Motta
(Francesco Motta)
Fabio Gurian 14
  • Best Duet Performance Award[20]
"Aspetto che torni" – Francesco Renga
(Bungaro, Francesco Renga, Cesare Chiodo, Rakele, Giacomo Runco)
Roberto Rossi 15
"L'ultimo ostacolo" – Paola Turci
(Edwyn Roberts, Stefano Marletta, Luca Chiaravalli, Paola Turci)
Massimo Zanotti 16
"L'amore è una dittatura" – The Zen Circus
(Andre Appino, Karim Qqru, Massimiliano Schiavelli)
Carlo Carcano 17
"Senza farlo apposta" – Federica Carta & Shade
(Jacopo Ettore, Giacomo Roggia, Vito Ventura)
Pino Perris 18
"Mi farò trovare pronto" – Nek
(Filippo Neviani, Luca Chiaravalli, Paolo Antonacci)
Massimo Zanotti 19
"I ragazzi stanno bene" – Negrita
(Paolo Bruni, Cesare Petricich, Enrico Salvi, Guglielmo Ridolfo Gagliano,
Lorenzo Cilembrini, Francesco Barbacci)
Valeriano Chiaravalle 20
"Un po' come la vita" – Patty Pravo feat. Briga
(Zibba, Marco Rettani, Diego Calvetti, Mattia "Briga" Bellegrandi, Luca Lenori)
Diego Calvetti 21
"Le nostre anime di notte" – Anna Tatangelo
(Lorenzo Vizzini)
Adriano Pennino 22
"Parole nuove" – Einar
(Tony Maiello, Enrico Palmosi, Nicola Marotta)
Pino Perris 23
"Un'altra luce" – Nino D'Angelo & Livio Cori
(Nino D'Angelo, Livio Cori, Big Fish, Francesco Fogliano, Mario Fracchiolla)
Fabio Gurian 24

Shows

First evening

The 24 Big Artists each performed their song for the first time.

  •   High ranking
  •   Middle ranking
  •   Low ranking
Artist Draw Song Votes[21] Place
Public
(weight 40%)
Demoscopic Jury
(weight 30%)
Press Jury
(weight 30%)
Average
Francesco Renga 1 "Aspetto che torni" 3.74% 8 20 3.47% 11
Nino D'Angelo & Livio Cori 2 "Un'altra luce" 2.51% 20 21 1.94% 22
Nek 3 "Mi farò trovare pronto" 4.04% 5 16 4.11% 10
The Zen Circus 4 "L'amore è una dittatura" 2.28% 17 11 2.98% 16
Il Volo 5 "Musica che resta" 17.21% 1 13 10.72% 2
Loredana Bertè 6 "Cosa ti aspetti da me" 3.92% 3 5 5.85% 4
Daniele Silvestri 7 "Argentovivo" 2.90% 6 3 5.30% 5
Federica Carta & Shade 8 "Senza farlo apposta" 5.27% 12 24 3.45% 12
Ultimo 9 "I tuoi particolari" 17.99% 2 6 11.53% 1
Paola Turci 10 "L'ultimo ostacolo" 2.57% 11 14 3.15% 14
Motta 11 "Dov'è l'Italia" 1.57% 22 9 2.63% 19
Boomdabash 12 "Per un milone" 4.80% 10 12 4.55% 9
Patty Pravo feat. Briga 13 "Un po' come la vita" 3.31% 16 19 2.69% 18
Simone Cristicchi 14 "Abbi cura di me" 4.06% 4 2 6.43% 3
Achille Lauro 15 "Rolls Royce" 2.74% 24 7 3.14% 15
Arisa 16 "Mi sento bene" 2.07% 9 4 4.69% 7
Negrita 17 "I ragazzi stanno bene" 2.09% 14 15 2.58% 20
Ghemon 18 "Rose viola" 1.81% 23 18 1.75% 23
Einar 19 "Parole nuove" 2.49% 18 23 1.96% 21
Ex-Otago 20 "Solo una canzone" 3.95% 21 16 2.82% 17
Anna Tatangelo 21 "Le nostre anime di notte" 1.20% 15 22 1.57% 24
Irama 22 "La ragazza col cuore di latta" 4.52% 7 9 4.91% 6
Enrico Nigiotti 23 "Nonno Hollywood" 1.22% 13 8 3.22% 13
Mahmood 24 "Soldi" 1.74% 19 1 4.55% 8

Second evening

The first twelve Big Artists each performed their song again.

  •   High ranking
  •   Middle ranking
  •   Low ranking
Artist Draw Song Votes Place
Public
(weight 40%)
Demoscopic Jury
(weight 30%)
Press Jury
(weight 30%)
Average
Achille Lauro 1 "Rolls Royce" 7.13% 12 4 7.55% 5
Einar 2 "Parole nuove" 6.57% 8 11 4.96% 10
Il Volo 3 "Musica che resta" 38.32% 1 8 21.51% 1
Arisa 4 "Mi sento bene" 5.83% 5 1 12.78% 2
Nek 5 "Mi farò trovare pronto" 5.88% 4 9 6.56% 6
Daniele Silvestri 6 "Argentovivo" 5.40% 3 2 10.95% 4
Ex-Otago 7 "Solo una canzone" 5.78% 10 6 5.00% 9
Ghemon 8 "Rose viola" 3.42% 11 5 3.92% 11
Loredana Bertè 9 "Cosa ti aspetti da me" 8.12% 2 3 12.35% 3
Paola Turci 10 "L'ultimo ostacolo" 3.21% 6 7 5.04% 8
Negrita 11 "I ragazzi stanno bene" 3.06% 9 10 3.79% 12
Federica Carta & Shade 12 "Senza farlo apposta" 7.29% 7 12 5.58% 7

Third evening

The other twelve Big Artists each performed their song for the second time.

  •   High ranking
  •   Middle ranking
  •   Low ranking
Artist Draw Song Votes Place
Public
(weight 40%)
Demoscopic Jury
(weight 30%)
Press Jury
(weight 30%)
Average
Mahmood 1 "Soldi" 4.32% 8 2 8.94% 4
Enrico Nigiotti 2 "Nonno Hollywood" 8.02% 5 6 8.65% 5
Anna Tatangelo 3 "Le nostre anime di notte" 2.85% 7 9 4.15% 10
Ultimo 4 "I tuoi particolari" 27.92% 2 3 19.90% 1
Francesco Renga 5 "Aspetto che torni" 6.83% 4 8 7.29% 7
Irama 6 "La ragazza col cuore di latta" 14.62% 3 4 12.32% 3
Patty Pravo feat. Briga 7 "Un po' come la vita" 3.77% 10 11 3.58% 11
Simone Cristicchi 8 "Abbi cura di me" 9.69% 1 1 13.99% 2
Boomdabash 9 "Per un milione" 11.42% 6 10 8.29% 6
Motta 10 "Dov'è l'Italia" 2.64% 12 5 4.66% 9
The Zen Circus 11 "L'amore è un dittatura" 3.73% 9 7 5.11% 8
Nino D'Angelo & Livio Cori 12 "Un'altra luce" 4.20% 11 12 3.13% 12

Fourth evening

The 24 Big Artists performed their songs as duets.

Artist - Guest[22] Draw Song Votes Place
Public
(weight 50%)
Experts Jury
(weight 20%)
Press Jury
(weight 30%)
Average
Federica Carta & Shade - Cristina D'Avena 1 "Senza farlo apposta"
Motta - Nada 2 "Dov'è l'Italia"
Irama - Noemi 3 "La ragazza col cuore di latta"
Patty Pravo feat. Briga - Giovanni Caccamo 4 "Un po' come la vita"
Negrita - Enrico Ruggeri and Roy Paci 5 "I ragazzi stanno bene"
Il Volo - Alessandro Quarta 6 "Musica che resta"
Arisa - Tony Hadley and Kataklò 7 "Mi sento bene"
Mahmood - Gué Pequeno 8 "Soldi"
Ghemon - Diodato and Calibro 35 9 "Rose viola"
Francesco Renga - Bungaro, Eleonora Abbagnato
and Friedemann Vogel
10 "Aspetto che torni"
Ultimo - Fabrizio Moro 11 "I tuoi particolari"
Nek - Neri Marcorè 12 "Mi farò trovare pronto"
Boomdabash - Rocco Hunt and Musici Cantori di Milano 13 "Per un milione"
The Zen Circus - Brunori Sas 14 "L'amore è una dittatura"
Paola Turci - Giuseppe Fiorello 15 "L'ultimo ostacolo"
Anna Tatangelo - Syria 16 "Le nostre anime di notte"
Ex-Otago - Jack Savoretti 17 "Solo una canzone"
Enrico Nigiotti - Paolo Jannacci and Massimo Ottoni 18 "Nonno Hollywood"
Loredana Bertè - Irene Grandi 19 "Cosa ti aspetti da me"
Daniele Silvestri - Manuel Agnelli 20 "Argentovivo"
Einar - Biondo and Sergio Sylvestre 21 "Parole nuove"
Simone Cristicchi - Ermal Meta 22 "Abbi cura di me"
Nino D'Angelo & Livio Cori - Sottotono 23 "Un'altra luce"
Achille Lauro - Morgan 24 "Rolls Royce"

Fifth evening

The 24 Big Artists will again each perform their entry for a final time. The top three will face a superfinal vote, then the winner of Sanremo 2019 will be decided.

  •   Advanced to second round
Artist Draw[23] Song Votes Place
Public
(weight 50%)
Experts Jury
(weight 20%)
Press Jury
(weight 30%)
Average
Daniele Silvestri 1 "Argentovivo" 6th
Anna Tatangelo 2 "Le nostre anime di notte" 22nd
Ghemon 3 "Rose viola" 12th
Negrita 4 "I ragazzi stanno bene" 20th
Ultimo 5 "I tuoi particolari" 2nd
Nek 6 "Mi farò trovare pronto" 19th
Loredana Berté 7 "Cosa ti aspetti da me" 4th
Francesco Renga 8 "Aspetto che torni" 15th
Mahmood 9 "Soldi" 1st
Ex-Otago 10 "Sola una canzone" 13th
Il Volo 11 "Musica che resta" 3rd
Paola Turci 12 "L'ultimo ostacolo" 16th
The Zen Circus 13 "L'amore è una dittatura" 17th
Patty Pravo ft. Briga 14 "Un po' come la vita" 21st
Arisa 15 "Mi sento bene" 8th
Irama 16 "La ragazza col cuore di latta" 7th
Achille Lauro 17 "Rolls Royce" 9th
Nino D'Angelo & Livio Cori 18 "Un'altra luce" 24th
Federica Carta & Shade 19 "Senza farlo apposta" 18th
Simone Cristicchi 20 "Abbi cura di me" 5th
Enrico Nigiotti 21 "Nonno Hollywood" 10th
Boomdabash 22 "Per un milione" 11th
Einar 23 "Parole nuove" 23th
Motta 24 "Dov'è l'Italia" 14th

Superfinal

  •   Winner
  •   Runner-up
  •   Third place
Artist Draw Song Votes Place
Jury
(weight 50%)
Public
(weight 50%)
Average
Ultimo 1 "I tuoi particolari" 24.7% 48,80% 35.6% 2nd
Il Volo 2 "Musica che resta" 11.6% 30,26% 25.5% 3rd
Mahmood 3 "Soldi" 63.7% 20,95% 38.9% 1st

Special guests

The special guests of Sanremo Music Festival 2019 were:[24][25]

Prima Festival

Simone Montedoro e Anna Ferzetti present PrimaFestival, a small show on air on Rai 1 immediately after TG1. The show features details, curiosities and news relating to Sanremo Music Festival 2019.

Dopo Festival

Rocco Papaleo, with the participation of Anna Foglietta and Melissa Greta Marchetto and a group of journalists of Italian press, presents Dopofestival - The Dark Side of Sanremo a talk show on air on Rai 1 immediately after Sanremo Music Festival. The show features comments about the Festival as well as interviews to the singers competing in the song contest.

Broadcast and ratings

Local broadcast

Rai 1, Rai Premium and Rai Radio 2 are the official broadcasters of the festival in Italy. The show is also available in streaming via website on Rai Play.

Ratings Sanremo Music Festival 2019

The audience is referred to the one of Rai 1.

Live Show Timeslot (UTC+1) Date 1st time
(9.00pm - 0.00am)
2nd time
(0.00am - 1.00am)
Overall audience
Viewers Share (%) Viewers Share (%) Viewers Share (%)
1st
9:00 pm
February 5 12,282,000 49.4 5,120,000 50.1 10,086,000 49.5
2nd February 6 10,959,000 46.3 5,260,000 52.0 9,144,000 47.3
3rd February 7 10,851,000 46.4 5,099,000 49.0 9,409,000 46.7
4th February 8 11,170,000 45.5 6,215,000 48.6 9,552,000 46.1
5th February 9 12,129,000 53.1 8,394,000 65.2 10,622,000 56.5

Ratings Prima Festival 2019

Episode Timeslot (UTC+1) Date Viewers Share (%)
1 8:30 pm February 5 8,012,000 29.9
2 February 6 10,805,000 38.8
3 February 7 9,574,000 35.2
4 February 8 9,941,000 37.0
5 February 9 10,691,000 43.5

Ratings Dopo Festival 2019

Episode Timeslot (UTC+1) Date Viewers Share (%)
1 1:00 am February 6 1,663,000 36.0
2 February 7 1,802,000 37.4
3 February 8 1,650,000 32.5
4 February 9 2,025,000 35.0
5 February 10 3,305,000 51.0

International broadcast

The international television service Rai Italia broadcast the competition in the Americas, Africa, Asia and Australia. The contest is also visible via website on Eurovision.

Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest

The winners of the Big Artists category received the right to represent Italy at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. However, winners are not obliged to take part in Eurovision, as seen in 2016 when Stadio declined to participate in the contest. In the event that the winner decides not to compete in the Eurovision Song Contest, RAI and the organisers of Sanremo Music Festival usually reserve the right to select the Italian entrant to themselves, in the case of 2016 selecting runner-up Francesca Michielin.

There was a former Italian Eurovision representatives feature in the Big Artists category this year. Il Volo came 3rd in 2015 with Grande amore.

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