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Sweden: First 14 Melodifestivalen 2023 revealed!

SVT, the Swedish broadcaster has just revealed the first 14 hopefuls that will compete in February in Melodifestivalen. SVT presented the artists through social media earlier this morning.

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:

Heat 1 – Gothenburg

Diamond
Victor Crone
Song writers: David Lindgren Zacharias, Peter Kvint, Victor Crone

Haunted
Rejhan
Song writers: Albin Johnsén, Mattias Andréasson, Pontus Söderman, Tilde RONIA Wrigsell

Inga sorger
Loulou LaMotte
Song writers: Jonas Thander, Loulou LaMotte

Länge leve livet
Eva Rydberg & Ewa Roos
Song writers: Emil Vaker, Henric Pierroff, Kalle Rydberg

Raggen går
Elov & Beny
Song writers: Johan Werner, Kristian Wejshag, Mattias Elovsson, Oscar Kilenius, Tim Larsson

Rythm Of My Show
Tone Sekelius
Song writers: Anderz Wrethov, Dino Medanhodzic, Jimmy “Joker” Thörnfeldt, Tone Sekelius

Where You Are (Sávečan)
Jon Henrik Fjällgren, Arc North feat. Adam Woods
Song writers: Arc North, Calle Hellberg, Jon Henrik Fjällgren, Joy Deb, Oliver Belvelin, Richard Lästh, Tobias Lundgren, William Segerdahl

Heat 2 – Linköping

All My Life (Where Have You Been)
Wiktoria
Song writers: Herman Gardarfve, Melanie Wehbe, Patrik Jean, Wiktoria Johansson

Comfortable
Eden
Song writers: Benjamin Rosenbohm, Eden Alm, Emil Adler Lei, Julie Aagaard

Grytan
Uje Brandelius
Song writers: Uje Brandelius

Mer av dig
THEOZ
Song writers: Axel Schylström, Jakob Redtzer, Peter Boström, Thomas G:son

Never Give Up
Maria Sur
Song writers: Anderz Wrethov, Laurell Barker

Now I Know
Tennessee Tears
Song writers: Anderz Wrethov, Jonas Hermansson, Thomas Stengaard, Tilda Feuk

On My Way
Panetoz
Song writers: Anders Wigelius, Daniel Nzinga, Jimmy Jansson, Nebeyu Baheru, Njol Badjie, Pa Modou Badjie, Robert Norberg

These are the dates and host cities of Melodifestivalen 2023 with Farah Abadi and Jesper Rönndahl as the hosts:

  • 4/2 Gothenburg – Scandinavium
  • 11/2 Linköping – Saab Arena
  • 18/2 Lidköping – Sparbanken Arena
  • 25/2 Malmö – Malmö Arena
  • 4/3 Örnsköldsvik – Hägglunds Arena
  • 11/3 Stockholm – Friends Arena
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