It’s the final weekend of the 2018 Eurovision national final season! Before we head to Lithuania for the last 2018 national final tomorrow night, we take a flight to Scandinavia to witness Melodi Grand Prix in Norway and Melodifestivalen in Sweden. It’s time to find out who will represent these Nordic heavyweights in Lisbon!
See the schedule below along with the line-ups for each show:
🇸🇪 Sweden: Melodifestivalen
What: Melodifestivalen – Final
When: 20:00 – 22:00 CET
How to watch: SVT Play
Twelve entries have made the final of Sweden’s Melodifestivalen. Eight qualified directly from the four heats, with four additional entries progressing from last weekend’s second chance round.
The songs in contention are:
- Méndez – Everyday
- Renaida – All The Feels
- Martin Almgren – A Bitter Lullaby
- John Lundvik – My Turn
- Jessica Andersson – Party Voice
- LIAMOO – Last Breath
- Samir & Viktor – Shuffla
- Mariette – For You
- Felix Sandman – Every Single Day
- Margaret – In My Cabana
- Benjamin Ingrosso – Dance You Off
- Rolandz – Fuldans
The winning song will be determined 50/50 by eleven international juries and public voting.
🇳🇴 Norway: Melodi Grand Prix
What: Melodi Grand Prix – Final
When: 19:55 – 22:10 CET
How to watch: NRK
In the first round of voting, ten songs will battle it out to win votes from the international juries and the Norwegian public. The top four will qualify for two duels, in which televoting alone will select two winners. Then, these will battle it out for the ultimate victory!
Tonight’s line up is as follows:
- Stella & Alexandra – You Got Me
- Aleksander Walmann – Talk To The Hand
- Ida Maria – Scandilove
- Nicoline – Light Me Up
- Tom Hugo – I Like I Like I Like
- Charla K – Stop The Music
- Alejandro Fuentes – Tengo Otra
- Vidar Villa – Moren din
- Rebecca – Who We Are
- Alexander Rybak – That’s How You Write A Song
As always, ESCXTRA.com will be keeping track of all of tonight’s events on Twitter. Make sure to follow all of our coverage right here! Let us know what you’ll be watching tonight!