Danny Saucedo, Dotter and Beyond: Unveiling the Stars of Melodifestivalen 2024!

December 1, 2023


The journey of the 2024 season of the  Melodifestivalen, which is one of the most popular national finals among Eurovision fans, kicked off today with an SVTPlay live!

At the beginning of this season, we learned that there was a new change in Melodifestivalen. This year, there will be five heats, each featuring six songs. The two acts with the highest votes from each heat will directly secure their spots as finalists in the final show in Stockholm. After the fifth show, the third and fourth-placed acts from all heats will compete again in a second round of voting. From these ten contestants, the two acts with the highest votes will also earn the right to be finalists in Stockholm. So, we can say that Heat 5 will be quite extended 🙂

In the live broadcast made on the official SVT Play earlier today, the names of the participants and details of the competition for the year 2024 were announced. Every year, we hear rumours from Aftonbladet about the names that will compete at Melodifestivalen. This year, we have seen that artists such as Danny Saucedo, Dotter, Marcus&Martinus, among others announced by Aftonbladet, are indeed returning to the competition.

Here are the details of Melodifestivalen 2024, where we will witness the new format and the determination of the host representative:

Heat 1 – Malmö Arena, Malmö


  • Adam Woods – Supernatural
  • Elisa Lindström – Forever Yours
  • Lisa Ajax – Awful Liar
  • Melina Borglowe – Min Melodi
  • Samir & Viktor – Hela Världen Väntar
  • Smash Into Pieces – Heroes Are Calling

Heat 2 – Scandinavium, Gothenburg

  • C-Joe – Ahumma
  • Dear Sara  – The Silence After You
  • Engmans Kapell – Norrland
  • Fröken Snusk – Unga & Fria
  • Liamoo – Dragon
  • Maria Sur – When I’m Gone

Heat 3 – Vida Arena, Vaxjö

  • Cazzi Opeia – Give My Heart A Break
  • Clara Klingenström – Aldrig Mer
  • Gunilla Persson – I Won’t Shake (La La Gunilla)
  • Jacqline – Efffortless
  • Kim Cesarion – Take My Breath Away
  • Klaudy – För Dig

Heat 4 – Stiga Sports Arena, Eskilstuna

  • Albin Tingwall – Done Getting Over You
  • Danny Saucedo – Happy That You Found Me
  • Dotter – It’s Not Easy to Write a Love Song
  • Lasse Stefans – En Sång Om Sommaren
  • Lia Larsson – 30 km/h
  • Scarlet – Circus X

Heat 5 – Löfbergs Arena, Karlstad

  • Annika Wickihalder – Light
  • Chelsea Muco – Controlla
  • Elecktra – Banne Ma
  • Jay Smith – Back to My Roots
  • Marcus & Martinus – Unforgettable
  • Medina – Que Sera

Loreen won Melodifestivalen last year with 177 points, and then she went on to win Eurovision 2023 with 583 points, becoming The First Woman in History to Win Eurovision Twice.

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