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EBBA Results

2018 EBBA’s winners
The winners of the 2018 European Border Breakers Awards are Alice Merton (Germany), ALMA (Finland), Blanche (Belgium), Kristian Kostov (Bulgaria), Off Bloom (Denmark), Salvador Sobral (Portugal), Sigrid (Norway), Skott (Sweden), The Blaze (France) and Youngr (UK).

2017 EBBA’s winners
The winners of the 2017 European Border Breakers Awards are Era Istrefi (Albania), Filous (Austria), Jaakko Eino Kalevi (Finland), Jain (France), Namika (Germany), Walking on Cars (Ireland), Natalie La Rose (the Netherlands), Alan Walker (Norway), Hinds (Spain) and Dua Lipa (United Kingdom).

2016 EBBA’s winners
The winners of the 2016 European Border Breakers Awards are Oscar and the Wolf (Belgium), Christine and the Queens (France), Robin Schulz (Germany), SOAK (Ireland), Carnival Youth (Latvia), Kovacs (the Netherlands), AURORA (Norway), Alvaro Soler (Spain), Seinabo Sey (Sweden) and Years & Years (United Kingdom).

2015 EBBA’s winners
The winners of the 2015 European Border Breakers Awards are Hozier (Ireland), Indila (France), John Newman (United Kingdom), KlangKarussell (Austria), Melanie De Biasio (Belgium), Milky Chance (Germany), MØ (Denmark), The Common Linnets (the Netherlands), Todd Terje (Norway) and Tove Lo (Sweden). 

2014 EBBA’s winners
The winners of the 2014 European Border Breakers Awards are GuGabriel (Austria), Lukas Graham (Denmark), Woodkid (France), Zedd (Germany), Asgeir (Iceland), Kodaline (Ireland), Jacco Gardner (the Netherlands), Envy (Germany), Icona Pop (Sweden) and Disclosure (United Kingdom). 

2013 EBBA’s winners
The winners of the 2013 European Border Breakers Awards are Nabiha (Denmark), Ewert and The Two Dragons (Estonia), French Films (Finland), C2C (France), Of Monsters and Men (Iceland), Amor Electro (Portugal), Juan Zelada (Spain), Niki & The Dove (Sweden), Dope D.O.D. (the Netherlands) and Emeli Sandé (United Kingdom).

2012 EBBA’s winners
The winners of the 2012 European Border Breakers Awards are Elektro Guzzi (Austria), Selah Sue (Belgium), Agnes Obel (Denmark), Ben l’Oncle Soul (France), BOY (Germany), James Vincent McMorrow (Ireland), Afrojack (the Netherlands), Alexandra Stan (Romania), Swedish House Mafia (Sweden) and Anna Calvi (United Kingdom). 

2011 EBBA’s winners
The winners of the 2011 European Border Breakers Awards are Aura Dione (Denmark), The Baseballs (Germany), Zaz (France), Donkeyboy (Norway), Inna (Romania), Saint Lu (Austria), Mumford & Sons (United Kingdom), Miike Snow (Sweden), Caro Emerald (the Netherlands) and Stromae (Belgium). 

2010 EBBA’s winners
The winners of the 2010 European Border Breakers Awards are Milow (Belgium), Charlie Winston (United Kingdom), Peter Fox (Germany), Soap&Skin (Austria), Kerli (Estonia), Jenny Wilson (Sweden), Buraka Som Sistema (Portugal), Sliimy (France), Esmée Denters (the Netherlands) and Giusy Ferreri (Italy). 

2009 EBBA’s winners
The winners of the 2009 European Border Breakers Awards are AaRON (France), Adele (United Kingdom), Alphabeat (Denmark), Cinema Bizarre (Germany), The Dø (France), Kraak & Smaak (the Netherlands), Ida Corr (Denmark), Lykke Li (Sweden), The Script (Ireland) and The Ting Tings (United Kingdom).

2008 EBBA’s winners
The winners of the 2008 European Border Breakers Awards are Reborn (Belgium), Dúné (Denmark), Sunrise Avenue (Finland), Ayo (France), Cascada (Germany), Dolores O’Riordan (Ireland), Hemp Gru (Poland), Miguel Ángel Muñoz (Spain), Basshunter (Sweden) and The Fratellis (United Kingdom). 

2007 EBBA’s winners
The winners of the 2007 European Border Breakers Awards are Gabriel Ríos (Belgium), Tokio Hotel (Germany), Ilona Mitrecey (France), Elena Paparizou (Greece), Corinne Bailey Rae (United Kingdom), Celtic Woman (Ireland), Vittorio Grigolo (Italy), Blog 27 (Poland), José González (Sweden) and Beatriz Luengo (Spain).  

2006 EBBA’s winners
The winners of the 2006 European Border Breakers Awards are Sarah Bettens (Belgium), Hush (Denmark), juli (Germany), Amel Bent (France), KT Tunstall (United Kingdom), HAL (Ireland), Arash (Sweden), Bebe (Spain) and Heaven Street Seven (Hungary).

2005 EBBA’s winners
The winners of the 2005 European Border Breakers Awards are The Raveonettes (Denmark), Wir sind Helden (Germany), Redrama (Finland), Corneille (France), Katie Melua (United Kingdom), Damien Rice (Ireland), Benny Benassi (Italy), Myslovitz (Poland) and Ana Johnsson (Sweden).

2004 EBBA’s winners
The winners of the 2004 European Border Breakers Awards are Lasgo (Belgium), Saybia (Denmark), Masterplan (Germany), Carla Bruni (France), The Darkness (England), The Thrills (Ireland), Tiziano Ferro (Italy), Mariza (Portugal) and Las Ketchup (Spain).