Sweden: Melodifestivalen 2019 Semi-final running order determined

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SVT, the Swedish national broadcaster has unveiled the running order of the forthcoming 2019 Melodifestivalen semi-finals today. The Swedish national selection will consist of six live shows, with the first one scheduled to kick off on Saturday 2 February.

Nano will have the honour of opening Semi-final 1 on Saturday 2 February whilst John Lundvik will close Semi-final 4 on  Saturday 16 February.

The 2019 Melodifestivalen will consist of six live shows running from 2 February-9 March with 28 acts battling for the right to represent Sweden at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest. The Grand Final of  Melodifestivalen is scheduled to be held at the Friends Arena in Stockholm on Saturday 9 March.

Melodifestivalen 2019 will be hosted by Marika Carlsson, Eric Saade, Kodjo Akolor and Sarah Dawn Finer.


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Melodifestivalen 2019 Semi-final Running Order

Semi-final 1 (2 February – Scandinavium, Gothenburg)

  • NanoChasing Rivers
  • High 15No Drama
  • WiktoriaNot With Me
  • Zeana feat. Anis Don DeminaMina bränder
  • Arja SaijonmaaMina fyra årstider
  • MohombiHello
  • Anna BergendahlAshes To Ashes

Semi-final 2 (9 February – Malmö Arena, Malmö)

  • Andreas JohnsonArmy Of Us
  • Malou Prytz I Do Me
  • Oscar EnestadI Love It
  • Jan MalmsjöLeva livet
  • Vlad ReiserNakna i regnet
  • Hanna Ferm & LiamooHold You
  • MargaretTempo

Semi-final 3 (16 February – Tegera Arena, Leksand)

  • The Lovers Of ValdaroSomebody Wants
  • Dolly StyleHabibi
  • Martin StenmarckLåt skiten brinna
  • Lina HedlundVictorious
  •  Omar RudbergOm om och om igen
  •  Rebecka KarlssonWho I Am
  •  Jon Henrik FjällgrenNorrsken

Semi-final 4 (23 February – Sparbanken Arena, Lidköping)

  • Pagan FuryStormbringer
  • Anton HagmanKänner dig
  •  Lisa AjaxTorn
  •  ArvingarnaI Do
  •  BisharaOn My Own
  •  Ann-Louise HanssonKärleken finns kvar
  • John LundvikToo Late For Love

Sweden in Eurovision

Sweden debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1958 and has won Europe’s favorite television show 6 times ( 1974, 1984, 1991, 1999, 2012, 2015) and hosted the competition thrice in Stockholm (1975, 2000, 2016), twice in Malmo (1992, 2013) and once in Goteborg (1985).

In 2017 Benjamin Ingrosso won the Swedish national final and flew to Lisbon with his entry Dance you off achieving an honorable 7th place in the Grand Final. Sweden has been enjoying much success in the competition in recent years, Nordic country has achieved 7 TO 10 placings in the contest in the past 8 years including 2 victories.