North Vision Song Contest 16
Country Flag of Sweden Sweden
National selection
Selection process Fantasifestivalen 16
Selection date(s) Final:
20 September 2015
Selected entrant Agnes Carlsson
Selected song "Human Touch"
Finals performance
Final result 21st, 82 points
Sweden in the North Vision Song Contest
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Sweden participated in the North Vision Song Contest 16 in Jerusalem, Israel. The Swedish entry was selected through Fantasifestivalen 16, a national final format that consisted of one final, organised by Swedish broadcaster Sveriges Television (SVT). Agnes Carlsson represented Sweden with the song "Human Touch", which came twenty-first in the final and scored 82 points.

Fantasifestivalen 16

Fantasifestivalen 16 was the Swedish music competition that selected Sweden's entry for the North Vision Song Contest 16. Hosted by Christer Björkman, the format changed compared to previous years. Agnes Carlsson was interally selected by SVT and performed 5 different songs in the national final.

Draw Song Composer(s) Viewers Place
1 "Like God" Agnes Carlsson, Shereen Shabana, Tony Nilsson 241,267 5
2 "Human Touch" Agnes Carlsson, Vincent Pontare, Tony Nilsson 386,712 1
3 "Nothing Else Matters" Agnes Carlsson, Vincent Pontare, Sharon Vaughn 273,338 4
4 "Loaded" Agnes Carlsson, Sharon Vaughn, Tony Nilsson 358,718 2
5 "All I Want Is You" Agnes Carlsson, Ana Diaz, Vincent Pontare 337,004 3

At Northvision


Agnes Carlsson performing "Human Touch" in Jerusalem (16th edition).

Due to Dinah Nah's top 6 finish in the previous edition, Sweden was a member of the BIG 6 and thus automatically qualified for the final. During the running order draw, Sweden was drawn to compete 11th in the grand final, following Bulgaria and preceding Spain. Sweden came 21st in the final, scoring 82 points.

On stage, Agnes was joined by three backing dancers and two backing vocalists. The performance was memorable for the overuse of wind machines.

In Sweden, both the semi-finals and the final were broadcast on SVT1 with commentary by the Head of Delegation Jan Simonis. The shows were also broadcast via radio on Sveriges Radio P4 with commentary by Carolina Norén and Ronnie Ritterland. The Swedish spokesperson revealing the result of the Swedish vote in the final was Lynda Woodruff.

Points awarded to Sweden

12 points 10 points 8 points 7 points 6 points
5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point

Points awarded by Sweden

Semi-final 1 votes
12 pointsFlag of Switzerland Switzerland
10 pointsAustria Austria
8 pointsFlag of Croatia Croatia
7 pointsFlag of Kazakhstan Kazakhstan
6 pointsFlag of Macedonia FYR Macedonia
5 pointsFlag of Albania Albania
4 pointsFlag of Ukraine Ukraine
3 pointsFlag of Norway Norway
2 pointsFlag of Moldova Moldova
1 pointFlag of Czech Republic Czech Republic
Final votes
12 pointsFlag of Slovakia Slovakia
10 pointsFlag of Ireland Ireland
8 pointsFlag of Switzerland Switzerland
7 pointsAustria Austria
6 pointsFlag of Spain Spain
5 pointsFlag of Italy Italy
4 pointsFlag of Croatia Croatia
3 pointsFlag of Kazakhstan Kazakhstan
2 pointsFlag of Slovenia Slovenia
1 pointFlag of Ukraine Ukraine

Split voting results

See also

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