Melodifestivalen 2019

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Melodifestivalen 2019
Dates
Semi-final 12 February 2019
Semi-final 29 February 2019
Semi-final 316 February 2019
Semi-final 423 February 2019
Second chance2 March 2019
Final9 March 2019
Host
Presenter(s)Sarah Dawn Finer
Kodjo Akolor
Marika Carlsson
Eric Saade
Host broadcasterSVT
Participants
Number of entries28

Melodifestivalen 2019 will be the 59th edition of the Swedish music competition Melodifestivalen and will be held between 2 February 2019 and 9 March 2019. Presenters will be Sarah Dawn Finer, Kodjo Akolor, Marika Carlsson and Eric Saade.[1] The winner of the contest will represent Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Tel Aviv, Israel.[2]

Competing entries[edit]

The Lovers of Valdaro, a duo consisting of Erik Gabriel Høiby and Adam Warhester, were announced as the first act of Melodifestivalen 2019 on 25 August 2018, after they had finished second in the 2018 edition of the Swedish talent show P4 Nästa. Although the duo didn't win, a professional jury from the show had selected them to be pre-qualified for Melodifestivalen.[3][4]

Artist Song (Translation) Songwriter(s)
Andreas Johnson "Army of Us" Andreas Johnson, Jimmy Jansson, Sara Ryan, Andreas ”Stone” Johansson, Sebastian Thott
Ann-Louise Hanson "Kärleken finns kvar" (Love Remains) David Lindgren Zacharias, Josefin Glenmark, Olof “Ollie” Olsen
Anna Bergendahl "Ashes to Ashes" Thomas G:son, Bobby Ljunggren, Erik Bernholm, Anna Bergendahl
Anton Hagman "Känner dig" (Know You) Gusten Dahlqvist, Oliver Forsmark, Anton Hagman, Jakob Hjulström
Arja Saijonmaa "Mina fyra årstider" (My Four Seasons) Göran Sparrdal, Arja Saijonmaa
Arvingarna "I Do" Nanne Grönvall, Mikael Karlsson, Casper Jarnebrink, Thomas “Plec” Johansson
Bishara "On My Own" Markus Sepehrmanesh, Benjamin Ingrosso, Robert Habolin
Dolly Style "Habibi" (Baby) Jimmy Jansson, Palle Hammarlund, Robert Norberg
Hanna Ferm & LIAMOO "Hold You" Jimmy Jansson, Fredrik Sonefors, Hanna Ferm, Liam Pablito Cacatian Thomassen
High15 "No Drama" Joy Deb, Linnea Deb, Kate Tizzard
Jan Malmsjö "Leva livet" (Live Life) Anderz Wrethov, Elin Wrethov, Johan Bejerholm
John Lundvik "Too Late for Love" John Lundvik, Anderz Wrethov, Andreas “Stone” Johansson
Jon Henrik Fjällgren "Norrsken" (Northern Lights) Fredrik Kempe, David Kreuger, Niklas Carson Mattsson, Jon Henrik Fjällgren
Lina Hedlund "Victorious" Melanie Wehbe, Richard Edwards, Dino Medanhodzic, Johanna Jansson
Lisa Ajax "Torn" Lisa Ajax, Isa Molin
Malou Prytz "I Do Me" Isa Tengblad, Elvira Anderfjärd, Fanny Arnesson, Adéle Cechal
Margaret "Tempo" Anderz Wrethov, Jimmy Jansson, Laurell Barker, Sebastian von Koenigsegg
Martin Stenmarck "Låt skiten brinna" (Let the Shit Burn) Uno Svenningsson, Tim Larsson, Tobias Lundgren
Mohombi "Hello" Alexandru Florin Cotoi, Thomas G:son, Mohombi Moupondo, Linnea Deb
Nano "Chasing Rivers" Lise Cabble, Linnea Deb, Joy Deb, Thomas G:son
Omar "Om igen" (Over Again) Omar Rudberg, Johan Lindbrandt, Robin Stjernberg, Jens Hult
Oscar Enestad "I Love It" Emanuel Abrahamsson, Parker James, Oscar Enestad
Pagan Fury "Stormbringer" Tobias Gustavsson, Fredrik Thomander, Anders Wikström, Mia Stegmar
Rebecka Karlsson "Who I Am" Rebecka Karlsson, Anderz Wrethov, Henric Pierroff
The Lovers of Valdaro "Somebody Wants" Peter Boström, Thomas G:son
Vlad Reiser "Nakna i regnet" (Naked in the Rain) Lukas Nathansson, John Hårleman, Vladislav Meletjenkov, Chris Enberg
Wiktoria "Not with Me" Joy Deb, Linnea Deb, Wiktoria Johansson
Zeana feat. Anis don Demina "Mina bränder" (My Fires) Thomas G:son, Jimmy Jansson, Anis Don Demina, Pa Moudou Badjie

Semi-finals[edit]

Semi-final 1[edit]

The first semi-final will take place on the 2nd of February 2019 at the Scandinavium arena in Gothenburg. [5]

Draw Artist Song Votes Place Result
Round 1 Round 2 Total
1 Nano "Chasing Rivers"
2 High15 "No Drama"
3 Wiktoria "Not with Me"
4 Zeana feat. Anis don Demina "Mina bränder"
5 Arja Saijonmaa "Mina fyra årstider"
6 Mohombi "Hello"
7 Anna Bergendahl "Ashes to Ashes"

Semi-final 2[edit]

The second semi-final will take place on the 9th of February 2019 at the Malmö Arena in Malmö. [5]

Draw Artist Song Votes Place Result
Round 1 Round 2 Total
1 Andreas Johnson "Army of Us"
2 Malou Prytz "I Do Me"
3 Oscar Enestad "I Love It"
4 Jan Malmsjö "Leva livet"
5 Vlad Reiser "Nakna i regnet"
6 Hanna Ferm & LIAMOO "Hold You"
7 Margaret "Tempo"

Semi-final 3[edit]

The third semi-final will take place on the 16th of February 2019 at the Tegera Arena in Leksand. [5]

Draw Artist Song Votes Place Result
Round 1 Round 2 Total
1 The Lovers of Valdaro "Somebody Wants"
2 Dolly Style "Habibi"
3 Martin Stenmarck "Låt skiten brinna"
4 Lina Hedlund "Victorious"
5 Omar "Om igen"
6 Rebecka Karlsson "Who I Am"
7 Jon Henrik Fjällgren "Norrsken"

Semi-final 4[edit]

The fourth semi-final will take place on the 23rd of February 2019 at the Sparbanken Lidköping Arena in Lidköping. [5]

Draw Artist Song Votes Place Result
Round 1 Round 2 Total
1 Pagan Fury "Stormbringer"
2 Anton Hagman "Känner dig"
3 Lisa Ajax "Torn"
4 Arvingarna "I Do"
5 Bishara "On My Own"
6 Ann-Louise Hanson "Kärleken finns kvar"
7 John Lundvik "Too Late for Love"


Second Chance Round[edit]

The Second Chance Round will take place on the 2nd of March 2019 at the Rosvalla Nyköping Eventcenter in Nyköping.

Final[edit]

The Final will take place on 9th of March 2019 at Friends Arena in Stockholm.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Här är programledarna i Melodifestivalen 2019". SVT. 26 October 2018. Retrieved 31 October 2018.
  2. ^ "Nu kan du skicka in ditt bidrag till Melodifestivalen 2019". SVT. 30 August 2018. Retrieved 31 October 2018.
  3. ^ Rasmus (25 August 2018). "Sweden: First Melodifestivalen 2019 participant found". EurovisionWorld.com. Eurovision World. Retrieved 13 November 2018.
  4. ^ Dahlander, Gustav (27 November 2018). "Artisterna i Melodifestivalen 2019: Hela listan – så blir deltävlingarna". Gustavs expertblogg (in Swedish). SVT. Retrieved 30 November 2018.
  5. ^ a b c d "Hit kommer Melodifestivalen 2019". svt.se (in Swedish). Retrieved 2018-12-06.

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