Running order for Melodifestivalen 2021 announced

Eric Saade photo: EBU

Swedish broadcaster SVT announced the running order for Melodifestivalen 2021. Kadiatou will be opening the first semi final on the 6th of February and former winner Eric Saade is the closing act on the 27th of February.

Each semi final will get two qualifiers for the grand final on March 13th and two qualifiers for Andra Chansen on the 6th of March. Due to corona, all shows will be held on one location in Stockholm.

Check out the running order of Melodifestivalen 2021 below:

Semi-final 1: February 6
Kadiatou – “One Touch”
Lillasyster – “Pretender”
Jessica Andersson – “Horizon”
Paul Rey – “The Missing Piece”
Arvingarna – “Tänker inte alls gå hem”
Nathalie Brydolf – “Fingerprints”
Danny Saucedo – “Dandi dansa”

Semi-final 2: February 13
Anton Ewald – “New Religion”
Julia Alfrida – “Rich”
WAHL feat. SAMI – “90-talet”
Frida Green – “The Silence”
Eva Rydberg & Ewa Roos – “Rena rama ding dong”
Patrik Jean – “Tears Run Dry”
Dotter – “Little Tot”

Semi-final 3: February 20
Charlotte Perrelli – “Still Young”
Emil Assergård – “Om allting skiter sig”
Klara Hammarström – “Beat of Broken Hearts”
Mustasch – “Contagious”
Elisa – “Den du är”
Alvaro Estrella – “Baila Baila”
Tusse – “Voices”

Semi-final 4: February 27
Tess Merkel – “Good Life”
Lovad – “Allting är precis likadant”
Efraim Leo – “Best of Me”
The Mamas – “In the Middle”
Sannex – “All Inclusive”
Clara Klingenström – “Behöver inte dig idag”
Eric Saade – “Every Minute”

Different hosts for Melodifestivalen 2021

All shows will be presented by Christer Björkman, who will get a different guest host alongisde him for each show. Those people are Lena Philipsson (6 feb), Anis Don Demina & Oscar Zia (13 feb), Jason Diakité (20 feb), Per Andersson & Pernilla Wahlgren (27 feb), Shirley Clamp (6 mrt) and Måns Zelmerlöw & Shima Niavarani (13 mrt).

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