Sweden: Melodifestivalen 2020 running order announced!

SVT has just revealed the running order for this year’s Melodifestivalen semi-finals. Linköping, Göteborg, Luleå, Malmö are the host cities of the first four live shows. Karin Gunnarsson revealed the running order together with Sofia Dalén during a live stream at the official app.

Semi-Final 1: February 1st, Linköping (Saab Arena)

  1. The Mamas – “Move”
  2. Suzi P – “Moves”
  3. Robin Bengtsson – “Take a Chance”
  4. Malou Prytz – “Ballerina”
  5. OVÖ – “Inga problem”
  6. Sonja Aldén – “Sluta aldrig gå”
  7. Felix Sandman – “Boys with Emotions”

Semi-Final 2: February 8th, Gothenburg (Scandinavium)

  1. Klara Hammarström – “Nobody”
  2. Thorsten Flinck – “Miraklernas tid”
  3. Dotter – “Bulletproof”
  4. Mendez feat. Alvaro Estrella – “Vamos amigos”
  5. Linda Bengtzing – “Alla mina sorger”
  6. Paul Rey – “Talking in my Sleep”
  7. Anna Bergendahl – “Kingdom Come”

Semi-Fina 3: February 15th, Luleå (COOP Norrbotten Arena)

  1. Mariette – “Shout It Out”
  2. Albin Johnsén – “Livet borjar nu”
  3. Drängarna – “Piga och dräng”
  4. Amanda Aasa – “Late”
  5. Anis Don Demina – “Vem är som oss”
  6. Faith Kakembo – “Crying Rivers”
  7. Mohombi – “Winners”

Semi-Final 4: February 22nd, Malmö (Malmö Arena)

  1. Frida Öhrn – “We Are One”
  2. William Strid – “Molnljus”
  3. Nanne Grönvall – “Carpool Karaoke”
  4. Victor Crone – “Troubled Waters”
  5. Ellen Benediktson & Simon Peyron – “Surface”
  6. Jakob Karlberg – “Om du tror att jag saknar dig”
  7. Hanna Ferm – “Brave”

The second chance round will take place on February 29th in Eskilstuna and the final on March 7th in Stockholm‘s Friends Arena, as usual. All six shows will be hosted by Lina Hedlund, Linnea Henriksson and David Sundin.

Stay tuned for more news!

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