Take a look at the entire Melodifestivalen 2019 schcedule below:
February 2 : Scandinavium, Gothenburg ( 1st qualifying round)
February 9 : Malmö Arena, Malmö (2nd qualifying round)
February 16: Tegera Arena, Leksand (3rd qualifying round)
February 23: Sparbanken Arena, Lidköping (4th qualifying round)
March 2: Nyköpings Arenor Rosvalla, Nyköping ( Second Chance round)
March 9: Friends Arena, Stockholm ( Final)
Melodifestivalen visits Leksand for the fourth time, Lidköping for the second time and Nyköping, becomes the host city for the third time.
Anette Helenius, project manager for the Melodi Festival at SVT continues in her statement:
“We are always looking forward to meeting our viewers in venues outside the country and these host cities and audiences have also received us with open arms in previous years”
In Melodifestival in 2018, Benjamin Ingrosso won with his song “Dance you off”, which represented Sweden in the final of the Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon. The Scandinavian artist finished in seventh place.