Melodifestivalen 2022 semi final running orders revealed

December 14, 2021

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The 28 acts who will be participating in next years edition of Melodifestivalen have been divided in to four semi finals, and as of today, the running order for these shows has been revealed by SVT.

Semi final 1:

1. Bananas  – Malou Prytz  

2. Som du vill – THEOZ 

3. Let there be Angels  – Shirley Clamp     

4. Moving Like That – Omar Rudberg 

5. Hallabaloo – Danne Stråhed 

6. Hold Me Closer – Cornelia Jakobs 

7. Innocent Love  – Robin Bengtsson  

Semi final 2:

1. Bluffin – LIAMOO 

2. Tror du att jag bryr mig – Niello & Lisa Ajax  

3. I Want To Be Loved  – Samira Manners 

4. Suave  – Alvaro Estella  

5. Face in the Crowd - Browsing Collection   

6. Änglavakt – John Lundvik 

7. My Way  – Tone Sekelius  

Semi final 3:

1. I Can´t Get Enough – Cazzo Opeia 

2. Lyckligt slut  – Lancelot  

3. Best to Come  – Lisa Miskovsky   

4. Shut Me Up – Tribe Friday 

5. Freedom – Faith Kakembo  

6. Fyrfaldigt hurra! – Linda Bengtzing  

7. Bigger Than The Universe – Anders Bagge  

Semi final 4:

1. Higher Power – Anna Bergendahl  

2. Till Our Days Are Over  – Lillasyster  

3. Synd om dig - Malin Christin  

4. La Stella  – Tenori    

5. In i dimman  – MEDINA    

6. The End  – Angelino  

7. Run To The Hills – Klara Hammarström 

Each semi final will see seven acts competing. The two acts with the highest scores will advance straight to the final, whilst the 3rd and 4th placed acts will advance to the fifth semi-final that replaces Andra Chansen. 

  • Semi final 1: Malmö Arena, Malmö – February 5th
  • Semi final 2: Scandinavium, Göteborg – February 12th
  • Semi final 3: Saab Arena, Linköping – February 19th
  • Semi final 4: Sparbanken Arena, Lidköping – February 26th
  • Semi final 5 (was Andra Chansen): Hägglunds Arena, Örnsköldsvik – March 5th
  • Grand final: Friends Arena, Stockholm – March 12th

Tusse was crowned the winner of Melodifestivalen 2021 with his song “Voices”. A relative newcomer to the music scene, he beat off big names like Eric Saade, Dotter and Charlotte Perrelli to win the ticket to Eurovision. He qualified to the grand final where he finished in 14th place with 109 points.

Which act from Melodifestivalen are you most looking forward to seeing on stage? Let us know in the comments below!

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