WHEN?: Saturday 19 February 2022 8pm UK/9pm CET Update: Covid means all shows will now be from Stockholm
WHERE? Linköping Saab Arena WHERE DO I WATCH? SVT Play
Bengtzing returns to the scene of her greatest success for an 8th attempt at the Melodifestivalen win that has eluded her with such fan favourites as Jag ljuger så bra (I lie so well),Hur svårt kan det va? (How hard can it be?) and E de fel på mig? (Is there something wrong with me?).
Read on for reasons including Faith Kakembo, Lisa Miskovsky and Anders Bagge
WHERE?: Scandinavium, Gothenburg WHERE DO I WATCH? SVT PlayUPDATE: Covid means Stockholm will now be the venue for all 2022 events
Lundvik (pictured above) is the 2nd of 3 returning former winners to this year’s 60th Melodifestivalen but we wonder whether the 1st trans contestant in its history, Tone Sekelius, closing this heat (read further down this article) might steal the pre-show headlines?
Read on for reasons including for LIAMOO, Lisa Ajax and Browsing Collection
WHERE? Malmö Arena WHERE DO I WATCH? SVT PlayUPDATE: Covid means Stockholm will now be the venue for all 2022 events
We’re at the venue of the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest final, our last live Eurovision, and our highlight is the 1st appearance in 8 years on a Melodifestivalen stage for the legend that is Shirley Clamp.
Read on for reasons including MF winner Robin Bengtsson and TV star Omar Rudberg
WHEN?: Saturday 1 January 2022, opens 20 January, booking to 28 May 2022
Garlanded with 10 Tonys in 2020 and based on Baz Luhrmann’s brilliant 2001 film, this jukebox musical focuses on the spectacle of the story of a visitor to Paris in 1899 who falls in love with a performer at the titular club at the expense of the tale’s romance.
Read on for reasons including how this is a feast for the eyes rather than the ears
It’s easy to become despondent at the state of music, what with fame-hungry talent show contestants a safer bet for any record company than some raucous indie rocker and cliched lyrics about believing in yourself, flying high and touching the sky as abundant as fruit flies in July.
Read on for reasons including The Coral, Sleaford Mods, Redskins and Yard Act