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Microvision Song Festival
Not to be confused with the Microvision Song Festival 2011.
|Microvision Song Festival|
|Organizer||Micronational Broadcasting Union|
|Number of participants||12 (in 2019)|
|Original languages||Spanish and English|
The Microvision Song Festival, sometimes popularly called Microvision, is the longest-running micronational annual international TV song competition, held, primarily, among the member countries of the Micronational Broadcasting Union (MBU) since 2015.
Each participating country submits a song to be and then casts votes for the other countries' songs to determine the most popular song in the competition. The contest has been broadcast every year for five years, since its inauguration in 2015.
The Microvision Song Festival is a contest updated from the Eurovision Song Contest. Under the leadership of UMR and Hispanic micronations, the contest was created in 2015. The first edition in 2015 was won by Valumar. The following year saw the arrival of new non-Spanish micronations like Coria or Toyoashihara who won the 2016 edition.The Microvision 2017 makes a great deal in the new technologies used. The host, Antares won the competition.
In 2018, Occitania won the Microvision Song Contest 2018 with the song "Ganas de matar" by Spanish drag queen "La Prohibida.". One year later, Troncopañya another catalan Micronational (the third in three years) win the contest, marked by numerous technical incidents.
As of 2020, five different micro nations have won all five editions of the competition. Four winners were located in Europe while one was located in Asia.
Occitania holds the record for the highest number of runner-up placings and the nation with the most points since the first contest.
|Year||Date||Host||Winner||Song||Performer||Language||Points||% of points||Runner up|
|2015||16 July||Soria||Valumar||Santiano||Celtic Fantasy||French||52||69% (58/84)||Rino Island|
|2016||17 June||Rino Island||Toyoashihara||Fubuki||Hayato Konoe||Instrumental||56||51% (56/108)|| Antares|
|2017||27 May||Ciutat-Castell||Antares||Futur||Rosa López||Catalan||91||58% (91/156)||Occitania|
|2018||8 June||Aragon||Occitania||Ganas de Matar||La Prohibida||Spanish||91||63% (91/144)||Posaf|
|2019||30 November||Catonia||Troncopañya||In the night||Oques Grasses||Catalan||85||64,39% (85/132)||Hinata|
Hayato Konoe is the only one Micronational citizen who won the competition.
Eligible participants include primarily Active Members of the Micronational Broadcasting Union. Active members are those who are active members of the organization.
Country making its debut entry
Participants have the choice of their artist. Some were able to choose local musical productions, such as Hayato Konoe who won the contest in 2016 or to choose internationally recognized artists.
It is customary for the wining country to have a priority in organizing the next competition. If the latter can not, we look in the poduim and then to another member able to organize the event
-The requirements for the song are as follows:
Most used languages
Winners by language
Languages and their first appearance