Sweden: First 14 Melodifestivalen 2022 revealed!

SVT, the Swedish broadcaster has just revealed the first 14 hopefuls that will compete in February in Melodifestivalen. Due to Covid-19 pandemic, SVT decided not to host a press conference like the previous years, but present the artists through social media.

The 28 acts are revealed in random order. The semi-final allocation and running order will be revealed later on.

Here are the first acts of Melodifestivalen 2021:

Bigger Than The Universe 
Anders Bagge 
Text & music: Anders Bagge, Jimmy Jansson, Peter Boström, Thomas G:son 

Text & music: Jimmy “Joker” Thörnfeldt, Sami Rekik, Dino Medanhodzic, Ali Jammali 

Faith Kakembo 
Text & music: Laurell Barker, Anderz Wrethov, Palle Hammarlund, Faith Kakembo 

Fyrfaldigt hurra! 
Linda Bengtzing
Text & music: Thomas G:son, Linda Bengtzing, Myra Granberg, Daniel Jelldéus 

Danne Stråhed 
Text & music: Danne Stråhed, Fredrik Andersson, Erik Stenhammar 

Hold Me Closer 
Cornelia Jakobs 
Text & music: Isa Molin, David Zandén, Cornelia Jakobsdotter 

I Can´t Get Enough
Cazzo Opeia
Text & music: Bishat Araya, Jakob Redtzer, Cazzi Opeia, Paul Rey 

I Want To Be Loved 
Samira Manners
Text & music: Samira Manners, Fredrik Andersson 

Moving Like That
Omar Rudberg
Text & music: Omar Rudberg, Gustav Blomberg, Amanda Kongshaug, Kristin Marie 

Run To The Hills
Klara Hammarström
Text & music: Jimmy “Joker” Thörnfeldt, Julie Aagaard, Anderz Wrethov, Klara Hammarström

Shut Me Up
Tribe Friday
Text & music: Isak Gunnarsson, Robin Hanberger Pérez, Noah Deutschmann 

Som du vill
Text & music: Tobias Lundgren, Axel Schylström, Tim Larsson, Elize Ryd, Jimmy “Joker” Thörnfeldt 

Tror du att jag bryr mig
Niello & Lisa Ajax
Text & music: Yvonne Dahlbom, Niklas ”Niello” Grahn Linroth, Jesper Welander 

John Lundvik
Text & music: Anderz Wrethov, Elin Wrethov, Benjamin Rosenbohm, Fredrik Sonefors, John Lundvik 

These are the dates and host cities of Melodifestivalen 2022 with Oscar Zia as the host:

  • 5/2 Malmö – Malmö Arena
  • 12/2 Gothenburg – Scandinavium
  • 19/2 Linköping – Saab Arena
  • 26/2 Lidköping – Sparbanken Arena
  • 5/3 Örnsköldsvik – Hägglunds Arena
  • 12/3 Stockholm – Friends Arena
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