|Own Asiavision Song Contest 4|
|Final date||10 August 2015|
|Venue||Amman International Stadium|
|System||Each country awardes 12, 10, 8-1 points to their 10 favourite songs|
"Pick Me Up"
|Own Asiavision Song Contest|
Own Asiavision Song Contest 4, often referred to as OASC #4, is the 4th edition of the Own Asiavision Song Contest. The contest took place in Amman, Jordan, following country's victory in the 3rd edition with the song "Cross The Line" performed by Camo & Crooked and Ayah Marar. This is the first time that Jordan hosted the contest.
Twenty-three countries participated in the fourth edition. The winner was Japan with the song "Pick Me Up" by Perfume which scored 146 point, winning by a margin of only 3 points in front of Afghanistan. The podium was completed by Thailand, which finished on the third place. Jordan, the host country placed 19th.
For more details on the host country, see Jordan.
Amman, is the capital and most populous city of Jordan, and the country's economic, political and cultural centre. Situated in north-central Jordan, Amman is the administrative centre of the Amman Governorate. The city has a population of 4,007,526 and a land area of 1,680 square kilometres (648.7 sq mi). Today, Amman is considered to be among the most liberal and westernized Arab cities. It is a major tourist destination in the region, particularly among Arab and European tourists.
The Amman International Stadium is a stadium in Amman, Jordan. It is the largest stadium in Jordan, with a supposed capacity of 25,000. The stadium hosted the 2007 Asian Championships in Athletics, Pope Francis also visited the venue during his visit to Jordan.
Wahadat, one of Amman's two main football teams, play their matches at Amman Internationa Stadium. They have heavy Palestinian support, as the club was originally formed in a refugee camp. The stadium is near Sports City in Shmeisani.
|01||Japan||Perfume||"Pick Me Up"||1||146|
|02||China||Alan Dawa Dolma||"Crossroads"||6||79|
|03||Jordan||Rania Kurdi||"Oully Lieh"||19||29|
|04||Philippines||Sam Concepcion, Tippy Dos Santos and Quest||"Dati"||5||80|
|05||Nepal||Barsha Karmacharya feat. Shreeya Tamang||"Bistarai Bistarai"||15||47|
|06||Myanmar||Mi Sandi feat. Ni Ni Khin Zaw||"Kyay Kyun"||8||57|
|07||Brunei||The Fikri feat. Aie Callen||"Carry The Night"||20||28|
|08||Vietnam||Si Thanh feat. FB Boiz||"Boy You Know (Anh Co Biet)"||7||76|
|09||Hong Kong||Dear Jane||"Never Be Alone"||23||7|
|10||Indonesia||Judika||"Sampai Kau Jadi Milikku"||11||55|
|11||Afghanistan||Mozhdah||"I'll Be Fine"||2||143|
|12||Sri Lanka||Ashanthi||"Ring Ring"||21||24|
|13||Papua New Guinea||Megan Washington||"Holy Moses"||4||82|
|15||Laos||Annita||"Bod-hian La kha Paeng"||12||54|
|17||United Arab Emirates||ABRI||"A Piece of Yourself"||18||33|
|19||Pakistan||Asim Azhar||"Hands In The Air"||17||35|
|20||Kyrgyzstan||Ayya Sadirova||"Janim ay"||9||56|
|21||Tajikistan||Bunafsha Rajabova||"Ishqi Man"||22||18|
|23||South Korea||Choix2||"Love or Die"||13||54|