Daniel Kajmakoski with Song 'Lisja esenski' will sign for Macedonia at Eurovision 2015 Vienna, Austria

Daniel Kajmakoski will represent Macedonia with the song "Lisja esenski" written by Aleksandar Mitevski, Daniel Kajmakoski and Joacim Persson.

Entry was selected through the national final Skopje Festival 2014, organised by the Macedonian broadcaster Macedonian Radio Television (MRT).

The Skopje Festival 2014 was a song contest organized by MRT that served as Macedonia's national final to select their entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2015. The competition was held on 12 November 2014 at the Metropolis Arena in Skopje, hosted by Vasil Zafircev.

All twenty competing songs in the festival were performed live with the MRT orchestra, which was conducted by Ljupčo Mirkovski. At the conclusion of the voting, the combination of votes from an international jury and the votes from public televoting selected Daniel Kajmakoski and the song "Lisja esenski" as the winner.

Daniel became famous in F.Y.R. Macedonia and other Balkan countries after his victory in X Factor Adria, the television music competition and the Serbian version of the X Factor franchise. The singer could convince an expert jury and fascinated the public and TV viewers with his strong voice and great performance.

About Eurovision 2015 Song contest

The Eurovision Song Contest 2015 will be the 60th edition of the annual Eurovision Song Contest. The contest will take place in Vienna, Austria, following Conchita Wurst's victory in the 2014 edition with the song "Rise Like a Phoenix". This will be the second time that Austria will host the contest after holding its 1967 edition also in Vienna. The contest will consist of two semi-finals which will take place on 19 and 21 May, and a final on 23 May 2015. The shows will be presented by Mirjam Weichselbraun, Alice Tumler and Arabella Kiesbauer. Thirty-nine countries will participate in the contest, with Cyprus, the Czech Republic, and Serbia returning, while Ukraine announced their withdrawal due to financial and political reasons.

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