Slovenia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1996

Eurovision Song Contest 1996
Country  Slovenia
National selection
Selection process EMA 1996
Selection date(s) 10 February 1996
Selected entrant Regina
Selected song "Dan najlepših sanj"
Finals performance
Final result 21st, 16 points
Slovenia in the Eurovision Song Contest
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Slovenia participate in the Eurovision Song Contest 1996 with song "Dan Najlepših Sanj" performed by Regina.

EMA 1996

The Slovene national final 1996 was the first edition that uses title EMA, this title is in use for every slovene selection since it.

Twelve acts were chosen to participate, but after one withdrawal only 11 remained in competition for Slovenian representative in the Eurovision Song Contest 1996.

The final held in studio in RTV SLO house on 10 February 1996. It was presented by Tajda Lekše, same presenter as in 1993 edition.


EMA 1996
# Artist Song Place
10 Regina "Dan najlepših sanj" 1
2 Irena Vrčkovnik "Naj mesec ugasne" 2
8 Marta Zore "Pojdi z njo" 3
3 Panda "Sama proti vsem" 4
1 Vili Resnik "Nekdo, ki zmore vse" 5
9 Pop Design "Volk samotar" 6
6 Don Juan "Eda, dva, tri" 7
5 Alenka Vidrih and Miha Vardjan "Moja sreča, to si ti" 8
11 Ansambel Janeza Novaka "Kako ti je ime?" 9
7 Irena Vidic "To je bil le dotik" 10
4 Roberto "Nisi, nisva" 11

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