Ticket sales for Melodi Grand Prix 2022 have started!

Norwegian broadcaster, NRK has opened the ticket sale for the 4 semi-finals and second chance round of their national selection, Melodi Grand Prix 2022.

As ESC Norge reports the total of 21 acts are going to compete, each of the 4 semi-finals will feature 4 acts like previous edition, while 5 are going to be direct finalists. The qualifying semi-final rounds, the second chance round and grand final of Melodi Grand Prix 2022 will be broadcast from Fornebu’s H3 Arena and the show will have audience, it has been announced that the venue is going to be expanded to the maximum available space and the number of places will be distributed according to the situation with the pandemic. All the tickets are available on the following LINK except the ones for the Grand finale which will go on sale in January.

Different voting methods will be used, given the fact that jury vote returns. The hosts of the show remain unknown given the fact that familiar face of it Ronny Brede Åse stopped working at NRK in July and he is now part of Discovery. Also a big change which will be made is the time of the reveal for the competing acts, last two years the acts have been revealed each Monday of the week when they were competing. For Melodi Grand Prix 2022 that’s going to be on the 6th of January. The deadline for the submissions of songs competing at MGP 2022 was 15th of September. There are fewer foreign authors who submitted their songs at MGP, some of the names which seem to be involved for submitted songs are Kevin Haugan, Reidun Sæther and Emelie Hollow.

We already informed you about the dates of the shows but you can also read them below:

  • 1st Semi-Final – 15th of January;
  • 2nd Semi-Final – 22nd of January;
  • 3rd Semi-Final – 29th of January;
  • 4th Semi-Final –  5th of February;
  • Second chance round – 12th of February;
  • Grand Final – 19th of February

The winner of MGP 2021 and Norwegian representative at Eurovision Song Contest was TIX who performed the song “Fallen Angel” which got him 18th place with 75 points in the final of the show. You can check his performance below.

Are you excited for the Melodi Grand Prix 2022? Which artists would you like to see compete? Let us know in the comments below and at our social media links!

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