Nu Kör Vi! Will you be heading to Sweden this winter? Well if you are, and are interested in attending Melodifestivalen, then you are in luck, as tickets for next year’s shows are now available to purchase.
Plenty of options available
The tickets that are available to purchase, are as follows:
Heat 1 – Malmö, Malmö Arena
- Friday 2nd February – Rehearsal
- Saturday 3rd February (Afternoon) – Family Show
- Saturday 3rd February (Evening) – Heat 1 Live Show
Heat 2 – Gothenburg – Scandinavium
- Friday 9th February – Rehearsal
- Saturday 10th February (Afternoon) – Family Show
- Saturday 10th February (Evening) – Heat 2 Live Show
Heat 3 – Växjö – Vida Arena
- Friday 16th February – Rehearsal
- Saturday 17th February (Afternoon) – Family Show
- Saturday 17th February (Evening) – Heat 3 Live Show
Heat 4 – Eskilstuna – Stiga Sports Arena
- Friday 23rd February – Rehearsal
- Saturday 24th February (Afternoon) – Family Show
- Saturday 24th February (Evening) – Heat 4 Live Show
Heat 5 – Karlstad – Löfbergs Arena
- Friday 2nd March – Rehearsal
- Saturday 3rd March (Afternoon) – Family Show
- Saturday 3rd March (Evening) – Semi-Final Live Show
Final – Stockholm, Friends Arena
- Friday 8h March – Rehearsal
- Saturday 9th March (Afternoon) – Family Show
- Saturday 9th March (Evening) – Final Live Show
If you are interested in purchasing a ticket for Melodifestivalen 2024, these are now available over at LiveNation.se.
Sweden’s Eurovision Journey
In 1958, Sweden made their debut in the Eurovision Song Contest, with Alice Babs representing them with the song “Lilla stjärna” which placed fourth. Since their debut, the Scandinavian nation has managed to win seven times (1974, 1984, 1991, 1999, 2012, 2015 and 2023).
In 2023, Loreen returned to represent Sweden, who won the 2012 edition of the competition. She competed with the song “Tattoo”, which managed to qualify for the Grand Final, and placed 1st with 583 points. Loreen won the jury vote, accruing 340 points from the jury, earning an additional 243 points from the televote. This now means Sweden matches Ireland for the record of most wins in Eurovision history.
Are you excited for the return of Melodifestivalen in 2024? Who would you like to see represent Sweden at Eurovision in 2024? Let us know in the comments or on social media. Be sure to follow ‘That Eurovision Site’ on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tik-Tok, Threads and Bluesky as we prepare for Eurovision 2024!
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