Here’s the running order for the grand final of Melodifestivalen 2023!
We’ve seen four heats, a semi-final, now the only station left is the grand final of Melodifestivalen! Eight direct qualifiers were just joined by four qualifiers from tonight’s semi-final and we need to see when those twelve acts will perform next week!
Contest producer Karin Gunnarsson first wanted us to know this:
The line-up for the final is now complete. It’s certainly a strong and varied field, something we haven’t seen for many years. Everything from jojk to rock and up-tempo pop in all its forms. It’s going to be a real party for the people!
So Karin got down to business right after the semi-final and out came this running order:
- Jon Henrik Fjällgren, Arc North feat. Adam Woods – Where You Are (Sávežan)
- Tone Sekelius – Rhythm of My Show
- Mariette – One Day
- Marcus & Martinus – Air
- Panetoz – On My Way
- Maria Sur – Never Give Up
- Smash Into Pieces – Six Feet Under
- Kiana – Where did You Go
- Nordman – Släpp alla sorger
- Loreen – Tattoo
- Theoz – Mer av dig
- Paul Rey – Royals
The Grand Final will take place at Friends Arena in Solna, Stockholm.
Who do you want to see and represent Sweden in Liverpool?
- Loreen - Tattoo 56%, 1442 votes1442 votes 56%1442 votes - 56% of all votes
- Marcus and Martinus - Air 11%, 298 votes298 votes 11%298 votes - 11% of all votes
- Smash Into Pieces - Six Feet Under 9%, 241 vote241 vote 9%241 vote - 9% of all votes
- Mariette - One Day 4%, 99 votes99 votes 4%99 votes - 4% of all votes
- Theoz - Mer av dig 3%, 90 votes90 votes 3%90 votes - 3% of all votes
- Kiana - Where Did You Go 3%, 83 votes83 votes 3%83 votes - 3% of all votes
- Jon Henrik Fjällgren, Arc North feat. Adam Woods - Where Are You (Savezan) 3%, 82 votes82 votes 3%82 votes - 3% of all votes
- Tone Sekelius - Rhythm Of My Show 3%, 75 votes75 votes 3%75 votes - 3% of all votes
- Paul Ray - Royals 2%, 49 votes49 votes 2%49 votes - 2% of all votes
- Panetoz - On My Way 2%, 46 votes46 votes 2%46 votes - 2% of all votes
- Nordman - Släpp alla sorger 2%, 46 votes46 votes 2%46 votes - 2% of all votes
- Maria Sur - Never Give Up 2%, 45 votes45 votes 2%45 votes - 2% of all votes
One of the above twelve will succeed Cornelia Jakobs, who won Melodifestivalen last year with ‘Hold Me Closer’, finishing 4th in Eurovision:
What do you make of this running order?
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