|Appearances||38 (33 finals)|
|Best result||1st: #18|
|Worst result||18th (SF): #30|
Germany debuted in the first edition of International Music Festival. The country has won the contest in the eighteenth edition and twenty-sixth edition , both times winning the contest. Germany has been pre-qualified for the grand final 9 times.
History of Germany at the International Music FestivalEdit
International Music Festival 1Edit
Germany debuted with Linda Teodosiu and "Alive". On July 27 NDR announced to select the entry via a professional jury. She came 1st in the SF with 79 points and 8th in the final with 86 points.
International Music Festival 2Edit
"Unser Song für Lettland" was the national selection in the second edition. The winner was Mandy Capristo with "Closer". She passed the SF 2 as 4th with 89 points and reached 8th too with 119 points.
International Music Festival 3Edit
First, Germany confirmed Queensberry will represent Germany. The NS "A Song for Queensberry" made "Too Young" the winner. But one of the band members got ill, so they couldn't represent Germany. Then, Daniela Katzenberger with "Nothing's gonna stop me now" was chosen. But she was too busy in her Café on Mallorca, so Germany chose Johannes Oerding with "Nichts geht mehr", the first German entry in German. He reached Germanys 3rd 8th place in the final with 116 points, making Germanys second best result, but he scored Germanys worst Semifinal result: 8th with 60 points.
International Music Festival 4Edit
Germany internal chose Discomakers ft. Jessica Jean with their song "Addiction" to represent Germany at the forth edition of IMF.
International Music Festival 5Edit
On November 10, NDR announced that Lena will represent Germany with her song "Taken By A Stranger" in the Eurovision special edition. Lena won the semi-final with 101 points and came 15th in the final with 92 points.
International Music Festival 6Edit
NDR confirmed the german participation in the sixth edition on 29 October 2013. On November 7, NDR revealed that the german representant would be Adel Tawil with his song "Lieder". Later, it was revealed to hold a national selection , having Erwin Kintop with "You're My Number One" as winner. But, the song was changed again. Bosse will represent Germany with "Kraniche". Being automatical qualified Bosse placed 11th in the final with 97 points.
- Second place
- Third place
- Last place
- Automatically qualified to the final
- Did not qualify for the final
- Did not compete or was relegated
- Did not qualify from the quarter-final
The contest takes place during the contest, usually during the second semi-final of the respective edition. It is not an televised event, but only through YouTube. Germany debuted in the first edition already, held for the twentyfirst edition.
|Edn.||Artist||Song||Final||Points||Place in ESFD|
|#21||Madeline Juno||"Do It Again"||2nd||76||2nd out of 4|