The following is a list of languages used in the International Music Festival since its inception in 2013.
There is no restriction regarding the language which a song is sung. Any language is allowed for any country. A lot of different languages have been heard throughout the history of the contest. However, most of the songs were performed in English. Also, the winning songs of the contest are mostly in English.
List of languages Edit
By first appearance Edit
The table below lists all the languages that appeared in the contest in order of their first appearance. 15 of the languages appeared during the first edition already.
|Country||First performer||First song|
|1||English||#01||Armenia||Lazzaro & Iveta Mukuchyan||"Freak"|
|2||Finnish||#01||Finland||Maija Vilkkumaa||"Satumaa tango"|
|3||Turkish||#01||Turkey||Aynur Aydin||"Nolur Gitme"|
|5||Slovak||#01||Slovakia||Hex||"V piatok podvečer"|
|7||Dutch||#01||Netherlands||Bløf||"Dansen Aan Zee"|
|8||Spanish||#01||Andorra||Pastora Soler||"Te despertaré"|
|10||Italian||#01||Italy||Davide Mogavero||"Ad Ogni Dose"|
|11||Icelandic||#01||Iceland||Fridrik Dór||"Nóttin svört"|
By total of appearances Edit
The table below lists all the forty-seven languages that have appeared at least once in the contest. The TBD is the language that appears the most with a total of TBD appearances, with a large margin ahead the second most used language, TBD which has a total of 47 appearances.
By country Edit
The table below lists the languages used by each country. Italic indicates that the entry of the edition consisted of more than one language.
See also Edit
- List of countries in the International Music Festival
- List of International Music Festival winners
- List of host cities in the International Music Festival
- List of International Music Festival presenters