Melfest 2018 Semi 4: Results!

Sweden’s Melodifestivalen, which decides the nation’s Eurovision 2018 song, continued with the fourth of its live shows from Örnsköldsvik this evening. Two acts made it directly to the final on 10 March while the songs in third and fourth place will compete again in the Second Chance show on 3 March. Read on to find out who made it.
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Melfest 2018 Semi 3: Results!

Sweden’s Melodifestivalen, which decides the nation’s Eurovision 2018 song, continued with the second of its live shows from Malmo this evening. Two acts made it directly to the final on 10 March while the songs in third and fourth place will compete again in the Second Chance show on 3 March. Read on to find out who made it.
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Melfest 2018 Semi 2: Results!

Sweden’s Melodifestivalen, which decides the nation’s Eurovision 2018 song, continued with the second of its live shows from Gothenburg this evening. Two acts made it directly to the final on 10 March while the songs in third and fourth place will compete again in the Second Chance show on 3 March. Read on to find out who made it.
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Melfest 2018 Semi 1: Results!

Sweden’s Melodifestivalen, which decides the nation’s Eurovision 2018 song, returned with the first of its live shows from Karlstad this evening. Two acts made it directly to the final on 10 March while the songs in third and fourth place will compete again in the Second Chance show on 3 March. Read on to find out who made it.
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David Lindgren will Host Melfest 2018!

david lindgrenThe Swedish national broadcaster SVT expanded on their announcement a few weeks ago when they announced further details of the plans for Melodifestivalen 2018. Continue reading

Melfest 2017 Participants To Include Loreen, Charlotte Pirelli, Krista Siegfrids and Ace Wilder!

melodifestivalen sweden eurovision 2017Sweden’s Eurovision selection show Melodifestivalen is probably the most anticipated event of the Eurovision selection season. Earlier this month it was announced that the format would remain true to past years with 28 acts competing over four semi finals, a second chance show and a final over six consecutive weeks. This year the shows would start on 4th February, culminating in the grand final held on 11th March.

It was also announced that the shows would be presented by former Melfest competitor David Lindgren and Hasse Andersson alongside presenter Clara Henry. Since then there have been many rumours about which acts would be participating in the 2017 contest, and today these rumours have been put to bed with Swedish broadcaster SVT revealing the 28 acts. Continue reading

Melfest 2017 Hosts Revealed!

melfest 2017 Henry Lindgren Andersson We are gradually being fed the details for the Swedish Eurovision 2017 selection shows Melodifestivalen. Last month we were given the dates and the locations for the six live shows and on Friday, Swedish broadcaster SVT unveiled the three hosts for the contest. Continue reading

Frans Wins Melodifestivalen!

Frans Sweden Eurovision 2016Frans has won Melodifestivalen and will represent Sweden when they host the Eurovision in Stockholm in May with song ‘If I Were Sorry’.
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Ace Wilder tops our Melfest Poll with ‘Don’t Worry’!

Ace Wilder Eurovision 2016
We are just hours away from finding out which of the twelve acts will win this year’s Melodifestivalen. It is between Panetoz, Lisa Ajax, David Lindgren, SaRaha, Oscar Zia, Ace Wilder, Robin Bengtsson, Molly Sanden, Boris Rene, Wiktoria, Samir and Viktor and the bookies’ favourite Frans. But which of the acts did you think would win tonight’s show?
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Poll: Who Should Win Sweden’s Melodifestivalen 2016?

Ace Wilder Eurovision 2016
The line up for the Final of Sweden’s Melodifestivalen is now complete. The twelve acts and songs and the running order are below. Listen to each of the songs and let us know which one you think should be the 2016 Swedish Eurovision entry by voting in our poll.
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