Sweden | SVT have released running order for Melodifestivalen 2020

January 10, 2020



Earlier today, SVT revealed the official running order for the four heats in this years Melodifestivalen in a livestream hosted by contest producer Karin Gunnarsson and web-host Sofia Dahlén. The artists that are competing in this years contest were announced back in November, but we didn't get the full running order until today! If you didn't catch the live stream, or couldn't understand it, no worries! Here is a rundown of the running order, heat by heat. 



Heat 1 (In Linköping on February 1st): 























    1. Move - The Mamas 

    2. Moves - Suzi P

    3. Take a chance - Robin Bengtsson 

    4. Ballerina - Malou Prytz 

    5. Inga problem - OVÖ 

    6. Sluta aldrig gå - Sonja Aldén 

    7. Boys with Emotions - Felix Sandman 


    Heat 2 (In Göteborg on February 8th): 






















    1. Nobody - Klara Hammarström 

    2. Miraklernas tid - Torsten Flinck 

    3. Bulletproof - Dotter 

    4. Vamos Amigos - Mendez feat Alvaro Estrella

    5. Alla mina sorger - Linda Bengtzing 

    6. Talking in my sleep - Paul Rey 

    7. Kingdom Come - Anna Bergendahl 


    Heat  3 (in Luleå on February 15th): 
























    1. Shout it out - Mariette 

    2. Livet börjar nu - Albin Johnsén 

    3. Piga och dräng - Drängarna 

    4. Late - Amanda Aasa 

    5. Vem e som oss - Anis Don Demina 

    6. Crying rivers - Faith Kakembo 

    7. Winners - Mohombi 


    Heat 4 (In Malmö on February 22nd): 
























    1. We are one - Frida Öhrn 

    2. Molnljus - William Stridh 

    3. Carpool Karaoke - Nanne Grönwall 

    4. Troubled waters - Victor Crone 

    5. Surface - Ellen Benediktson and Simon Peyron 

    6. Om du tror att jag saknar dig - Jakob Karlberg 

    7. Brave - Hanna Ferm 


    The two most voted for acts from each heat will go straight to the Grand Final in Friends Arena in Stockholm on March 7th, while another two other acts from each heat will advance to Andra Chansen (the second chance round) on February 29th in Eskilstuna, where they will battle it out for a place in the final.




    Check out our Interview with last years Swedish contestant, John Lundvik, In Tel Aviv: 




    What do you think of the running order? Who do you think has a chance of winning Melodifestivalen this year? Comment down below!

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