The Croatian national broadcaster, HRT has confirmed  that the Balkan country will participate at the next edition of the Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam.  

HRT has revealed to ESCToday that Croatia will be joinign the party in The Netherlands at next year’s Eurovision Song Contest. However the broadcaster hasn’t defined the national selection format it will be using, after last year’s return of national final of “Dora” 

The Story so far 

Croatia debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1993 with the group Put and their entry Don’t ever cry.  In 1996 Maja Blagdan and in 1999 Doris Dragovic, finished in 4th place in the Grand Final, marking the country’s best results so far in the competition.

In 2018 Croatia selected internally Franka Batelic to represent the country in Lisbon with her song Crazy. Despite her dynamic performance she failed to qualify to the Grand Final.

This year, Croatia determined its Eurovision act through the return of national selection “Dora”.  Roko wone Dora 2019 and represented Croatia at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest with his entry The Dream. Despite his amazing vocal performance the Croatian artist didn’t make it to the final.