Earlier this morning, SVT announced the host cities for next year’s Melodifestivalen. All 6 cities have been apart of the 6 week long Swedish national final in the past, some with more frequency than others.

  • Heat 1: Gothenburg (February 4th)
  • Heat 2: Malmö (February 11th)
  • Heat 3: Växjö (February 18th)
  • Heat 4: Skellefteå (February 25th)
  • Second chance: Linköping (March 4th)
  • Final: Stockholm (March 11th)

Gothenburg, Malmö, and Stockholm all return as host cities from last year, while Växjö, Skellefteå, and Linköping all make a reappearance after last being a part of the Melodifestivalen tour in 2012, 2013, and 2014 respectively.

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