The full version of almost all of the 30 competing songs in Hungary’s national selection, A Dal 2018, has gone public and you can listen to them on the following list:

01. Andy Roll – Turn the Lights On
02. AWS – Viszlát nyár
03. Ceasefire X – Satellite
04. Dánielfy Gergely – Azt mondtad
05. Fourtissimo – Kis Luszi a kalapban
06. Gulyás Roland – Hypnotized
07. Ham ko ham – Bármerre jársz
08. Heincz Gábor Biga – Good vibes
09. Horváth Cintia – Journey
10. Horváth Tomás – Megyfa
11. Király Viktor – Budapest Girl
12. Knoll Gabi – Nobody to Die For
13. Leander Kills – Nem szól harang
14. Living Room – Kirakat élet
15. Maszkura és a Tücsökraj – Nagybetű szavak
16. Maja’n’Peti – Nekem te
17. Singh Viki – Butterfly House
18. Nene – Mese a királyról
19. Noémó – Levegőd
20. Nova Prospect – Vigyázó
21. Peet Project – Run Around
22. Polgár Odett – Aranyhal
23. Sativus – Lusta lány
24. Süle Zsolt – Zőld a május
25. Szőke Nikoletta, Kökény Attila, Szakcsi Lakatos Róbert – Életre kel
26. #yeahla feat. Eszes Viki – 1 Szó Mint 100
27. Patikadomb – Jo szelet
28. Tolvai Reni – Crack my code
29. Vastag Tamás – Ne haggyj reményt
30. YesYes – I Let You Run Away

You can see more details of the competing songs on the official A Dal site 

The Hungarian national selection, A Dal 2018, will include 6 rounds of shows :  three qualifying rounds with 10 contestants in each one, while only six artists from each round will qualify to the semi finals. Two semi finals with 9 competing acts each and from which only 4 acts from each semi final will qualify to the final.

The A Dal 2018 final will consist of two rounds : During the first one a jury will select the best four acts that will move on to the second phase of the final. In the second round the public vote exclusively will determine the final winner.

The scheduled dates of the Hungarian selection are as listed below:

20 January : 1st qualifying round

27 January : 2nd qualifying round

3 February : 3rd qualifying round

10 February : 1st Semi Final

17 February : 2nd Semi Final

24 February : Grand Final

Hungary has managed to qualify to the Grand Final continiously since 2012 and has achieved a top 10 placing in 2013, 2014 and 2017. Last year the A Dal 2017 winner, Joci Pápai , represented the country with his song Origo that achieved to end up in 8th place of the Grand final with 200 points. Lets remember last year’s Hungarian entry :