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Running order for Melodifestivalen 2022 revealed

From Malou Prytz to Klara Hammarström

Today the Swedish broadcaster SVT revealed the running order for the 2022 edition of Melodifestivalen. Two weeks ago they already announced the artists, who are in the race to represent Sweden in Eurovision next year. The 28 artists are now divided into the four heats beginning in Malmö on February 5th and the last heat in Lidköping on February 26th! The best two of each heat will qualify directly for the final in Stockholm on March 12th, while the 3rd and 4th place of each heat will go to the semi-final (Second Chance before) on March 5th. Four additional songs will make it from the semi-final!

The running order:

Heat 1: 05 February: Malmö – Malmö Arena

1. Bananas   
Malou Prytz  

2. Som du vill 
THEOZ 

3. Let there be Angels 
Shirley Clamp     

4. Moving Like That 
Omar Rudberg 

5. Hallabaloo  
Danne Stråhed 

6. Hold Me Closer
Cornelia Jakobs 

7. Innocent Love 
Robin Bengtsson  

Heat 2: 12 February: Göteborg – Scandinavium

1. Bluffin 
LIAMOO 

2. Tror du att jag bryr mig 
Niello & Lisa Ajax  

3. I Want To Be Loved  
Samira Manners 

4. Suave  
Alvaro Estella  

5. Face in the Crowd 
Browsing Collection   

6. Änglavakt 
John Lundvik 

7. My Way  
Tone Sekelius  

Heat 3: 19 February: Linköping – Saab Arena

1. I Can´t Get Enough
Cazzo Opeia 

2. Lyckligt slut  
Lancelot  

3. Best to Come  
Lisa Miskovsky   

4. Shut Me Up 
Tribe Friday 

5. Freedom  
Faith Kakembo  

6. Fyrfaldigt hurra!  
Linda Bengtzing  

7. Bigger Than The Universe  
Anders Bagge  

Heat 4: 26 February: Lidköping – Sparbanken Arena

1. Higher Power  
Anna Bergendahl  

2. Till Our Days Are Over   
Lillasyster  

3. Synd om dig  
Malin Christin  

4. La Stella  
Tenori    

5. In i dimman  
MEDINA    

6. The End  
Angelino  

7. Run To The Hills 
Klara Hammarström 

The Melodifestivalen 2022 broadcast schedule

Earlier this year it was announced that the Melodifestivalen tour is back to normal for 2022. Together with six shows spread across five Swedish cities. As well as this, SVT also revealed that former participant, Oscar Zia, who competed in both 2014 and 2016, will take on hosting duties this year. More details about further hosts and guest acts will be revealed in due course. Meanwhile, eager fans can still purchase tickets to the shows here. Below are the dates and venues for each show:

  • 05 February: Malmö – Malmö Arena (Semi-Final 1)
  • 12 February: Göteborg – Scandinavium (Semi-Final 2)
  • 19 February: Linköping – Saab Arena (Semi-Final 3)
  • 26 February: Lidköping – Sparbanken Arena (Semi- Final 4)
  • 05 March: Örnsköldsvik – Hägglunds Arena (Andra Chansen)
  • 12 March: Stockholm – Friends Arena (Grand Final)

Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest

Beginning their Eurovision history in 1958, Sweden have always maintained an excellent record of results. Yet it was not until 1966 that Sweden reached the top three for the first time. The Swedish entry, ‘Nygammal vals‘ finished in second place at the contest in Luxembourg City, still the only time Sweden have finished second. Later it was 1974 when Sweden truly began their legacy in the contest. After earning their first win with, ‘Waterloo‘. Of course, launching ABBA into global success.

Consequently Sweden have won a further five times – Herreys (1984), Carola (1991), Charlotte Nilsson (1999), Loreen (2012) and Måns Zelmerlöw (2015). As well as finishing in third place six times second place finish in 1966, they have never finished as runner-up again. Therefore Sweden are the second most successful Eurovision nation behind leaders, Ireland seven wins.

Back in March, Tusse was selected to represent Sweden in Rotterdam with his song ‘Voices’. Not to mention that he prevailed against strong competition from 2011 podium finisher, Eric Saade and 2020 entrants, The Mamas. During the contest in Rotterdam, Tusse qualified from the first Semi-Final, in 7th place and in the Grand Final, Sweden finished in 14th place with 109 points.

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Which act are you looking forward to seeing in Melodifestivalen 2022? Let us know! Be sure to stay updated by following @ESCXTRA on Twitter@escxtra on Instagram and liking our Facebook page for the latest updates! Also, be sure to follow us on Spotify for the latest music from your favourite Eurovision acts. As well as YouTube to see our reactions to the news in the run up to the 2022 contest in Turin!

Dominik Rössing

Hey, I'm Dominik from Germany. Watched my first Eurovision in 2003 and I was in love right away! Attended my first contest in 2011 and every contest since 2013. The same happened with Melodifestivalen. Started watching in 2006 and been to every final since 2017 and try to make it to at least one heat each year, too. After all, Melodifestivalen is the real deal ♥

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