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Scandipop fans, get your cash ready. Sweden is getting ready to choose its act for Eurovision 2023 in Liverpool, and you’re invited to the party. Melodifestivalen 2023 tickets are about to go on sale.

The Swedish Eurovision selection show is back on tour for the first time since 2019, with six shows in cities across Sweden.

Tickets for Melodifestivalen 2023 will go on sale Tuesday 1 November. 

Melodifestivalen 2023 tickets on sale

 
 
 
 
 
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Melodifestivalen 2023 tickets go on sale on Tuesday 1 November at 10:00 CET (GMT + 1). 

The Eurovision 2023 selection show will see 28 artists compete to represent Sweden in Liverpool. Each live show of the six-week programme will be staged in a different Swedish city.

Four heats will take place in Göteborg, Linköping, Lidköping and Malmö. The semi-final second chance round will take place in Örnsköldsvik. Finally, as is tradition, the grand final will take place in Stockholm’s Friends Arena.

  • Heat one — Göteborg, 3-4 February
  • Heat two — Linköping, 10-11 February
  • Heat three — Lidköping, 17-18 February
  • Heat four — Malmö, 24-25 February
  • Semi-final –– Örnsköldsvik, 3-4 March
  • Final — Stockholm, 10-11 March

Just like at Eurovision, fans will have the chance to buy tickets to the live shows and the dress rehearsals. One dress rehearsal takes place the night before the live show, with another matinee showing on the day of the broadcast.

How do I get Melodifestivalen tickets?

Melodifestivalen tickets will go on sale via LiveNation.

Price tiers are yet to be revealed. In 2022, tickets ranged from 188 SEK for the heat dress rehearsals to 2,495 SEK for the VIP package at the finale. 

Will you be buying Melodifestivalen 2023 tickets? Which show will you attend? Let us know in the comments below.

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Ugnius
Ugnius
1 month ago

“The Swedish Eurovision selection show is back on tour for the first time since 2019, with six shows in cities across Sweden.” – actually that’s not correct, because they toured in 2020 as well

Mario
Mario
1 month ago

Does anyone know if it is hard to get the VIP packages for the final? I can buy the tickets only in the evening and I am worried I won’t be able to get them.

Benito Camelo
Benito Camelo
1 month ago

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Jon
Jon
1 month ago
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Jonas
Jonas
1 month ago
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Una
Una
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonas

SEK

GojoSatoru
GojoSatoru
1 month ago
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