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Dream Song Contest 1
"Welcome to Vilnius!"
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Dates
Final dates 2 November - 12 November
Host
Venue Town Hall
Presenter(s) Vilija Matačiūnaitė, Vaidas Baumila & Monika Linkytė
Conductor Netherlands2 Bouke
Director Netherlands2 Bouke
Executive supervisor Netherlands2 Bouke
Host Lithuania2 Lithuania
Opening act Vilija Matačiūnaitė - "Attention"
Interval act Vaidas Baumila & Monika Linkytė - "Worlds Apart"
Participants
Number of entries 20
Debuting countries Lithuania2 Lithuania
Germany2 Germany
Greece2 Greece
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Sweden2 Sweden
Netherlands2 Netherlands
Australia2 Australia
Slovenia2 Slovenia
France2 France
Romania2 Romania
Israel2 Israel
Austria2 Austria
Liechtenstein2 Liechtenstein
Croatia2 Croatia
Italy2 Italy
Andorra2 Andorra
Flag of United States.svg United States
Åland Islands Åland
Spain2 Spain
Norway2 Norway
Returning countries -
Withdrawing countries -
Vote
Voting system Like Eurovision
Null points Italy2 Italy - DSQ
Winning song Israel2 Israel
Dream Song Contest
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Host buildingEdit

Vilnius Town Hall (Lithuanian: Vilniaus rotušė) is a historical town hall in the square of the same name in the Old Town of Vilnius, Lithuania.

PalaceEdit

The town hall in Vilnius was mentioned for the first time in 1432. Initially it was a Gothic style building, and has since been reconstructed many times. The current Vilnius Town Hall was rebuilt in neoclassical style according to the design by Laurynas Gucevičius in 1799. It has remained unchanged since then. Its Gothic cellars have been preserved and may be visited.

Nowadays it is used for representational purposes as well as during the visits of foreign state officials and rulers, including George Walker Bush and Queen Elizabeth II.

SquareEdit

The first reconstruction project by Laurynas Gucevičius Vilnius Town Hall Square after reconstruction Marcin Zaleski, Vilnius Town Hall, 1863 Retreating French army after unsuccessful invasion of Russia in 1812

The Town Hall Square (Lithuanian: Rotušės aikštė) at the end of the Pilies Street is a traditional centre of trade and events in Vilnius. Major annual fairs, such as Kaziukas Fair, are held in this square, the main Christmas tree is decorated here, various concerts and other attractions are organised as well as celebrations of the important dates of the state.

HistoryEdit

As far back as the early fifteenth century, the square was bordered by small shops. With the expansion of the city and the development of trade the number of small shops was increasing. Most of them were selling salt, iron and meat products. It is known that all of these shops could not have been sold, donated or transferred freely as everything was strictly regulated. Trading on the Town Hall Square was restricted by regulations such as the prohibition for the Jewish butchers to build their butcher’s shops both on the urban market and on Vokiečių (German) Street. It was also prohibited to buy up products on the roadsides and sell them later in the city at a higher price. It was a measure to avoid the season of high prices, especially if there was a shortage of some product such as grain in deficit times. Any violations were punished with monetary fines, flogging, imprisonment and confiscation of merchandise. Confiscated goods were donated to various refuges and hospitals.

Following the example many established cities Vilnius was granted the Magdeburg Rights. Those rights granted a right for merchants on the routes through Vilnius to stop in the capital and to sell their goods in a market. In 1503, due to the number of foreign traders the city built a special guest house for them to stay, on the site of the present day National Philharmonic. They had rooms for merchants and their retinues and premises to store their goods as well as room for horses, carts and sledges. Strict regulations were also imposed on traders and guilds regarding the construction of their market places and participation in the city’s events. Vilnius Town Hall

However, fighting with resellers was often a real challenge: powerful owners of jurisdictions would not always obey the orders of the rulers. Scottish and Jewish tradesmen in the seventeenth century were forbidden to trade in golden, silver, silk and semi-silk fringes and edgings, but this prohibition was not applied to the said articles produced in manufactures of Naples and Frankfurt.

Many attractions and events were organised in the square such as the performances of bears, travelling acrobats, comedians, and various troupes. The mysteries, or semi-religious performances, were also popular.

The Town Hall Square was the place where various celebrations were announced such as meetings with important guests and foreign rulers and family festivals of local noblemen.

RecapEdit

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8yvBZ7v7OxA

ParticipantsEdit

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Draw Country Language Artist Song English Translation Place Points
01
Lithuania2 Lithuania English GJan "Not Afraid" -
3
89
02
Germany2 Germany English Cascada "Pyromania" -
13
44
03
Greece2 Greece English Helena Paparizou "Survivor" -
7
64
04
United Kingdom United Kingdom English Emma Blackery "Go The Distance" -
10
59
05
Sweden2 Sweden England Carola "Invincible" -
12
45
06
Netherlands2 Netherlands Dutch Maaike Ouboter "Dat Ik Je Mis" That I Miss You
5
78
07
Australia2 Australia English Kylie Minogue "Into The Blue" -
9
61
08
Slovenia2 Slovenia English Maja Keuc "Close To You" -
4
86
09
France2 France English David Guetta ft Sam Martin "Dangerous" -
13
44
10
Romania2 Romania English Antonia "Marionette"
15
35
11
Israel2 Israel Israeli Moran Mazor "Rak Bishvilo" Only For Him
1
107
12
Austria2 Austria English Conchita Wurst "Rise Like A Phoenix" -
2
99
13
Liechtenstein2 Liechtenstein English Cory Lee "Play Dumb" -
7
64
14
Croatia2 Croatia Croatian Nina Badrić "Vjetrenjače" Windmills
17
24
15
Italy2 Italy Italian Annalisa "Tra due minuti è primavera" Between two minutes and spring
DSQ (18)
DSQ (23)
16
Andorra2 Andorra English Lorena "Maniac" -
19
13
17
Flag of United States.svg United States English Jesse Cale "Shooting Star" -
15
35
18
Åland Islands Åland English Oscar Zia "#Fail" -
18
20
19
Spain2 Spain Spanish Pastora Soler "Te Despertaré" I Will Awake
6
65
20
Norway2 Norway English Katzenjammer "A Bar In Amsterdam" -
11
47

VotingEdit

Voting results Grand Final
Total Lithuania Germany Greece UK12px Sweden Netherlands Australia Slovenia France Romania Israel Austria Liechtenstein Croatia Italy Andorra USA Aland Spain Norway
Contestants Lithuania Lithuania 89 --- 5 10 2 6 12 2 7 8 4 7 8 8 5 5
Germany Germany 44 --- 4 6 1 8 4 10 7 2 2
Greece Greece 64 10 --- 3 12 3 4 1 5 4 12 3 6 1
UK12px United Kingdom 59 2 2 6 --- 8 6 2 5 3 12 2 7 4
Sweden Sweden 45 8 12 1 --- 3 7 6 8
Netherlands Netherlands 78 10 3 3 2 10 --- 10 7 1 4 5 5 12 6
Australia Australia 61 6 2 12 3 --- 7 2 8 2 2 4 5 1 7
Slovenia Slovenia 86 8 4 1 8 5 --- 12 7 12 10 10 5 4
France France 44 5 7 4 12 6 6 --- 3 1
Romania Romania 35 3 1 7 5 1 1 3 --- 6 6 2
Israel Israel 107 12 8 8 4 4 8 8 12 --- 6 2 7 6 12 10
Austria Austria 99 12 10 5 7 10 10 --- 3 6 4 10 10 12
Liechtenstein Liechtenstein 64 7 4 10 12 3 10 5 --- 10 3
Croatia Croatia 24 1 5 6 1 5 --- 6
Italy Italy DQ (23) 2 8 --- 3 3 7
Andorra Andorra 13 2 3 --- 1 4 3
USA USA 35 7 10 1 1 --- 8 8
Aland Åland 20 8 4 8 ---
Spain Spain 65 6 5 7 3 2 1 5 6 12 10 1 7 ---
Norway Norway 47 4 7 5 4 1 12 12 2 ---

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