Format changes being explored for MGP 2022

Confirmed changes include an expansion of the venue size and the return of a live audience.

Last month, it was confirmed that the final of Melodi Grand Prix 2022 will take place on February 19. Meanwhile, the selection is due to kick off with semi-final one on January 15. Yesterday, format changes for next year’s selection were announced by the broadcaster.

As reported by escNorge, MGP head Stig Karlsen revealed that format changes are being explored for Melodi Grand Prix 2022. The announcement came during the Norwegian Grand Prix club autumn meeting, held at the weekend.

The following details were confirmed by Karlsen:

However, some possible format changes are being mulled over by NRK, but as yet have not been confirmed:

What else do we know?

The dates for Melodi Grand Prix 2022 were confirmed back in early September:

The song submission window closed on September 15. According to EscNorge, fewer Swedish and foreign songwriters have submitted songs than in previous years.

Earlier this year, TIX represented Norway at Eurovision 2021 in Rotterdam, qualifying from the semi-final in 10th place. In the final, TIX finished in 18th place scoring 75 points.

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