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Grandvision Song Contest 3, often referred to as GVSC 3, wasthe third edition of the Grandvision Song Contest. It was held in Zagreb, Croatia.png Croatia.

Grandvision Song Contest 3
Reflect Your Dreams!
Semi-final 1 date 14th June 2015
Semi-final 2 date 21st June 2015
Final date 5th July 2015
Venue Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall
Presenter(s) Dusko Curlic, Blanzeka Leib, Davor Mestrovic
Broadcaster HRT
Opening act Semi Final 1 & Semi Final 2 Perpetuum Jazzile

Final Petra Kovacevic perfoming "Buka,Galama"

Entries 44
Debuting Azerbaijan.png Azerbaijan
Czech Republic.png Czech Republic
Georgia.png Georgia
Latvia.png Latvia
Malta.png Malta
Monaco.png Monaco
Flag of San Marino.png San Marino
Slovakia.png Slovakia
Moldova.png Moldova
Returning Romania.png Romania
Withdrawing France.png France
Israel.png Israel
Luxembourg.png Luxembourg
Slovenia.png Slovenia
System Each country awarded 12, 10, 8-1 points to their 10 favorite songs
Winner Macedonia.png FYR Macedonia
"I'm Gonna Show You Crazy"
Grandvision Song Contest
◄ 2 Eurovision Heart.png 4 ►

Location and Venue[]

The following Cities applied for hosting rights:

City Venue Capacity
Zagreb Maksimir Stadium 60,000
Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall 2,000
Pula Stadium Aldo Drosina 10,000
Split Stadium Poljud 40,000

Host City[]

Zagreb (Croatian pronunciation: [zǎːɡreb]) is the capital and the largest city of the Republic of Croatia. It is located in the northwest of the country, along the Sava river, at the southern slopes of the Medvednica mountain. Zagreb lies at an elevation of approximately 122 m (400 ft) above sea level. In the last official census of 2011 the


population of the City of Zagreb was 792,875. The wider Zagreb metropolitan area includes the City of Zagreb and the separate Zagreb County bringing the total metropolitan area population up to 1,110,517. It is the only metropolitan area in Croatia with a population of over one million.

Zagreb is a city with a rich history dating from the Roman times to the present day. The oldest settlement in the urban area of the city is Andautonia, a Roman settlement in the place of today's Ščitarjevo. The name "Zagreb" is mentioned for the first time in 1094 at the founding of the Zagreb diocese of Kaptol, and Zagreb became a free royal town in 1242, whereas the origin of the name still remains a mystery in spite of several theories. In 1851 Zagreb had its first mayor, Janko Kamauf, and in 1945 it was made the capital of Croatia when the demographic boom and the urban sprawl made the city as it is known today.

Zagreb has a special status in the Republic of Croatia's administrative division and is a consolidated city-county (but separated from Zagreb County), and is administratively subdivided into 17 city districts, most of them being at low elevation along the river Sava valley, whereas northern and northeastern city districts, such as Podsljeme and Sesvete districts are situated in the foothills of the Sljeme mountain, making the city's geographical image rather diverse. The city extends over 30 kilometres (19 miles) east-west and around 20 kilometres (12 miles) north-south.


The transport connections, concentration of industry, scientific and research institutions and industrial tradition underlie its leading economic position in Croatia. Zagreb is the seat of the central government, administrative bodies and almost all government ministries. Almost all of the largest Croatian companies, media and scientific institutions have their headquarters in the city. Zagreb is the most important transport hub in Croatia where Western Europe, the Mediterranean and Southeast Europe meet, making the Zagreb area the centre of the road, rail and air networks of Croatia. It is a city known for its diverse economy, high quality of living, museums, sporting and entertainment events. Its main branches of economy are high-tech industries and the service sector.


Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall (Croatian: Koncertna dvorana Vatroslava Lisinskog) is a large concert hall and convention center in Zagreb, Croatia. It is named after Vatroslav Lisinski, a 19th-century Croatian composer. The building has a big hall with 1841 seats and a small hall with 305 seats. A large lobby doubles as an exhibition area.

The decision to build a new multifunctional hall in Zagreb was made in 1957. A team of architects led by Marijan Haberle won the design contest. The construction began in 1961, but flooding and financial difficulties pushed the completion date into the next decade. The hall was finally opened on 29 December 1973.

The concert hall has organized a number of concerts by musicians of all genres; it has served as


the stage for classical music, opera, ballet and theater performances, as well as many international congresses and conventions. The hall saw 10 million visitors in the first thirty years of operation. In 2007, a total of 450 different shows were put together, recording over 760 thousand visitors.

Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall was the venue of the 1990 Eurovision Song Contest, when it saw its first major adaptation. In 1992, the hall's copper roof cover was completely replaced. Further reconstruction and redecoration work was done in 1999 and 2009.

Semi Final Allocation Draw[]

Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3
Pot 4 Pot 5 Pot 6

Participating Countries[]

The submissions for the third edition opened a few days before the second edition started. 44 countries confirmed for this edition, with Azerbaijan, Czech Republic, Georgia, Latvia, Malta, Monaco, San Marino, Slovakia and Moldova making their debut and France, Israel, Luxembourg and Slovenia deciding to withdraw. Romania decided to come back after a one edition break.


Semi-Final One[]

Croatia.png Croatia, Sweden.png Sweden and Bulgaria.png Bulgaria voted in this semi-final.

Draw Country Artist Song Place Points
01 Andorra.png Andorra La Quinta Estación "Recuerdame" 3 110
02 Moldova.png Moldova Diana Grigor "Spune da sau nu" 17 29
03 Kazakhstan.png Kazakhstan Jado "Let's Dance" 13 53
04 Cyprus.png Cyprus Kate "Did It Again" 5 86
05 Czech Republic.png Czech Republic Jelen "Magdaléna" 11 56
06 Georgia.png Georgia Sofia Nizharadze "When We Danced" 16 30
07 Switzerland.png Switzerland Lovebugs ft. Rykka "Cry Your Hearts Out" 10 65
08 Spain.png Spain Pablo Alboran ft. Jesse & Joy "Donde Está El Amor" 14 44
09 Latvia.png Latvia Triana Park "If You Want" 8 74
10 Monaco.png Monaco Maître Gims "Bella" 12 54
11 United Kingdom.png United Kingdom Labrinth ft. Emeli Sandé "Beneath Your Beautiful" 9 72
12 Liechtenstein.png Liechtenstein Nicole Bernegger "Don't Stay Away" 19 23
13 Serbia.png Serbia IN VIVO "Zivot unazad" 18 27
14 Flag of San Marino.png San Marino Valentina Monetta "Guardarmi ancora" 15 44
15 Norway.png Norway Emila "Mr. Perfect" 1 133
16 Armenia.png Armenia Mary Aydinyan "Achqeris Nayir" 4 95
17 Netherlands.png Netherlands MakeBelieve "Cry Like Wolves" 2 119
18 Belgium.png Belgium Emma Bale "Run" 6 78
19 Austria.png Austria Tagräumer "Tagträumen" 7 76

Semi-Final 2[]

Ireland.png Ireland, Macedonia.png FYR Macedonia and Lithuania.png Lithuania voted in this semi-final.

Draw Country Artist Song Place Points
01 Slovakia.png Slovakia Kristína "No.1" 2 118
02 Finland.png Finland Sakia "All Ships" 18 17
03 Portugal.png Portugal Ana Free "Magicians" 16 41
04 Russia.png Russia Alina Artts "Yarkaya zvezda" 6 92
05 Malta.png Malta Davinia "Betrayed" 19 2
06 Iceland.png Iceland Sigríður Beinteinsdóttir "Svolítið Skotin" 8 77
07 Turkey.png Turkey Murat Dalkılıç "İki Yol" 11 60
08 Azerbaijan.png Azerbaijan Nikki Jamal "Can't Let You Go" 5 93
09 Greece.png Greece Eleni Foureira "Ladies (Stand Up)" 3 104
10 Germany.png Germany Lena "Traffic Lights" 1 121
11 Italy.png Italy Annalisa "Una Finestra tra le Stelle" 4 96
12 Albania.png Albania Enca "Ishim Ne" 13 54
13 Denmark.png Denmark Turboweekend "Asking For More" 15 43
14 Romania.png Romania Simley "Nemuritori" 12 54
15 Poland.png Poland Tabb & Sound'n' Grace "Dach" 7 83
16 Montenegro.png Montenegro Natasa Bekvalac "Najgora" 17 31
17 Hungary.png Hungary Gigi Radics "Mire Varsz" 10 65
18 Belarus.png Belarus Nuteki "Clown" 14 53
19 Ukraine.png Ukraine Max Barskih "Forgive" 9 72


Draw Country Artist Song Place Points
01 Croatia.png Croatia Nina Badrić "Dan D" 7 69
02 Austria.png Austria Tagräumer "Tagträumen" 5 73
03 Italy.png Italy Annalisa "Una Finestra tra le Stelle" 6 71
04 Hungary.png Hungary Gigi Radics "Mire Varsz" 3 80
05 Cyprus.png Cyprus Kate "Did It Again" 4 77
06 Ukraine.png Ukraine Max Barskih "Forgive" 2 86
07 Netherlands.png Netherlands MakeBelieve "Cry Like Wolves" 9 63
08 Iceland.png Iceland Sigríður Beinteinsdóttir "Svolítið Skotin" 8 66
09 Poland.png Poland Tabb & Sound'n' Grace "Dach" 10 60
10 Slovakia.png Slovakia Kristína "No.1" 11 57
11 Andorra.png Andorra La Quinta Estación "Recuerdame" 1 96
12 Ireland.png Ireland Jedward "Bad Behaviour" 14 47
13 Belgium.png Belgium Emma Bale "Run" 13 51
14 Sweden.png Sweden Erik Hassle "No Words" 16 41
15 Russia.png Russia Alina Artts "Yarkaya zvezda" 15 43
16 Macedonia.png FYR Macedonia Bebe Rexha "I'm Gonna Show You Crazy" 12 53
17 Norway.png Norway Emilia "Mr. Perfect" 19 33
18 Armenia.png Armenia Mary Aydinyan "Achqeris Nayir" 18 36
19 Lithuania.png Lithuania Vudis feat. Karina "Kodas meilė" 17 39
20 Germany.png Germany Lena "Traffic Lights" 20 31
21 Bulgaria.png Bulgaria Zhana Bergendorff "Nevŭzmozhni Sme Sami" 21 27
22 Greece.png Greece Eleni Foureira "Ladies (Stand Up)" 24 17
23 Latvia.png Latvia Triana Park "If You Want" 23 21
24 United Kingdom.png United Kingdom Labrinth ft. Emeli Sandé "Beneath Your Beautiful" 22 23
25 Azerbaijan.png Azerbaijan Nikki Jamal "Can't Let You Go" 25 13
26 Switzerland.png Switzerland Lovebugs ft. Rykka "Cry Your Hearts Out" 26 11

12 points[]

Below is a summary of the maximum 12 points each country awarded in the final:

No. Contestant Nation(s) giving 12 points
4 Norway.png Norway Russia, Switzerland, Moldova, Turkey
Germany.png Germany Lithuania, Monaco, Spain, Albania
Italy.png Italy Cyprus, Georgia, Malta, Montenegro
Ukraine.png Ukraine Croatia, Sweden, FYR Macedonia, Belarus
3 Macedonia.png FYR Macedonia United Kingdom, Azerbaijan, Czech Republic
Croatia.png Croatia Germany, Kazakhstan, Liechtenstein
Belgium.png Belgium Netherlands, Romania, San Marino
2 Netherlands.png Netherlands Italy, Belgium
Poland.png Poland Hungary, Ireland
Slovakia.png Slovakia Iceland, Finland
Austria.png Austria Bulgaria, Portugal
Cyprus.png Cyprus Armenia, Greece
1 Armenia.png Armenia Andorra
Greece.png Greece Norway
Iceland.png Iceland Poland
Bulgaria.png Bulgaria Italy
Hungary.png Hungary Serbia
Andorra.png Andorra Slovakia
Lithuania.png Lithuania Denmark
United Kingdom.png United Kingdom Netherlands

Rank of non-qualifiers[]

  1. Turkey.png Turkey (60)
  2. Czech Republic.png Czech Republic (56)
  3. Monaco.png Monaco (54)
  4. Romania.png Romania (54)
  5. Albania.png Albania (54)
  6. Kazakhstan.png Kazakhstan (53)
  7. Belarus.png Belarus (53)
  8. Spain.png Spain (44)
  9. Flag of San Marino.png San Marino (44)
  10. Denmark.png Denmark (43)
  11. Portugal.png Portugal (41)
  12. Montenegro.png Montenegro (31)
  13. Georgia.png Georgia (30)
  14. Moldova.png Moldova (29)
  15. Serbia.png Serbia (27)
  16. Liechtenstein.png Liechtenstein (23)
  17. Finland.png Finland (17)
  18. Malta.png Malta (2)
  19. Other Countries[]

    • Kosovo.png Kosovo - The delegation of Kosovo wanted to participate, however Kosovo is not allowed to participate because it is not recognised as an independent country by all GVSC members.