Top 250 2022
Voting for the ESC Top 250 of 2022 is open!
Vote now for the upcoming 2022 edition of the ESC Top 250! It’s now up to you to compile your personal top ten ranking of all time. From November 7th, 12:00 CET until December 4th, 23:59 CET, you can list and submit your ten favourite songs from the Eurovision Song Contest. The full ESC Top 250 will be broadcast, as always, December 31st on ESC Radio.
Do you want to vote right away? Click below:
How does the voting work?
First of all you have to register with a valid email account. Afterwards, you can vote by using the various search functions. You can search freely in the system and once you have found your favourite song, click ‘Confirm’. The song of your choice will then automatically appear in the next free slot in your top ten at the top of the screen.
If you accidentally put the numbers in the wrong order, don’t panic! You can change places afterwards by selecting the title of the song and dragging it to the correct place. Only click send once you are really satisfied with your personal list! What’s even more fun is to share your list with everyone. Post it via social media, don’t forget to tag us (@Songfestival_be) and use the hashtag #ESC250.
You can only vote once
Make sure that you are confident with the songs you have chosen. Once you submit your list, there is no possibility to change anything or to vote again!
Solid number one
In the fourteen editions of ESC Top 250, Loreen was on top of the list no less than eleven times. That means that she has been your number one every year since her victory in 2012. Will you give her a new victory or will you choose someone else this year? You decide, so think carefully about those ten numbers that you vote in the list. We notice that the votes are getting closer and closer every year, so anything is possible!
For the sixth year, we at Songfestival.be have the opportunity to organise this beautiful event. Last year we received a record number of votes and of course we want to break that again this year. That is why, just as last year, there are four weeks in which you can vote for your ten favourite songs.