Sanremo Campioni Result
- Il Volo - "Grande amore"
- Nek - "Fatti avanti amore"
- Malika Ayane - "Adesso e qui"
- Annalisa - "Una finestra tra le stelle"
- Chiara - "Straordinario"
- Marco Masini - "Che giorno è"
- Dear Jack - "Il mondo esplode"
- Gianluca Grignani - "Sogni infranti"
- Nina Zilli - "Sola"
- Lorenzo Fragola - "Siamo uguali"
- Alex Britti - "Un attimo importante"
- Irene Grandi - "Un vento senza nome"
- Nesli - "Buona fortuna amore"
- Bianca Atzei - "Il solo al mondo"
- Moreno - "Oggi ti parlo così"
- Grazia di Michele & Mauro Coruzzi - "Io sono una finestra"
Sanremo is the "Mother of Eurovision". When the first Eurovision Song Contest was held in 1956, it was based on the format of the excisting Sanremo Music Festival. This years Sanremo was the 65th edition of the competition.
The "Campioni" (Big Artist) section includes 20 established Italian artists with a song each. After the first four nights of Sanremo there were only 16 artists left. In the Final all 16 acts performed live, and the three best songs went to the second voting round. Winner of the "Campioni" is eligible to represent Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015.
- Carlo Conti (Italian television presenter)
- Emma (Italy 2014 and winner of Sanremo 2012)
- Arisa (winner of Sanremo 2014)
- Rocío Muñoz Morales (a Spanish model and TV presenter).
Italy had a long pause from Eurovision Song Contest from 1998 to 2010. Since then Italy has been a "Big-5"-country, automatically qualified for every years Grand Final.