|Semi-final 1||1 February 2020|
|Semi-final 2||8 February 2020|
|Semi-final 3||15 February 2020|
|Semi-final 4||22 February 2020|
|Second chance||29 February 2020|
|Final||7 March 2020|
|Number of entries||28|
Melodifestivalen 2020 will be the 60th edition of the Swedish music competition Melodifestivalen. It will be held between 1 February and 7 March, 2020. Presenters for the edition will be Lina Hedlund, David Sundin and Linnea Henriksson.  The winner of the competition will represent Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam. The competition will be broadcast on SVT.
|Semi Final 1||1 February 2020||Linköping||Saab Arena|
|Semi Final 2||8 February 2020||Gothenburg||Scandinavium|
|Semi Final 3||15 February 2020||Luleå||Coop Norrbotten Arena|
|Semi Final 4||22 February 2020||Malmö||Malmö Arena|
|Second Chance Round||29 February 2020||Eskilstuna||Stiga Sports Arena|
|Final||7 March 2020||Stockholm||Friends Arena|
Semi Final 1
Semi Final 2
Semi Final 3
Semi Final 4
Second Chance Round
The Second Chance Round (Andra Chansen) will take place on the 29th of February 2020 at the Stiga Sports Arena in Eskilstuna. This is the first time in the history of the competition that the city will host a Melodifestivalen round.
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