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North Vision Song Contest 20
Country Flag of Sweden Sweden
National selection
Selection process Fantasifestivalen 20
Selection date(s) Semi-finals:
9th June 2016
16th June 2016
TBA 2016
TBA 2016
Second Chance:
TBA 2016
Final:
TBA 2016
Selected entrant TBA
Selected song TBA
Selected songwriter(s) {{{songwriter}}}
Finals performance
Sweden in the North Vision Song Contest
◄ 19 Eurovision Heart 21 ►

Sweden will participate in the North Vision Song Contest 20. The Swedish entry will be selected through Fantasifestivalen 20, a national final format that consists of four semi-finals, a second chance round and a final, organised by Swedish broadcaster Sveriges Television (SVT).

Fantasifestivalen 20

Fantasifestivalen 20 is the Swedish music competition that selects Sweden's entry for the North Vision Song Contest 20. Hosted by Gina Dirawi and Jovan Radomir, 28 songs compete in a two-month-long process that consists of four semifinals, a second chance round, and a final. Seven songs compete in each semifinal - the top two qualify directly to the final, while the third and fourth placed songs qualify to the second chance round. An additional four songs qualify to the final from the second chance round.

Semi-finals, Second chance

Final

The final of Fantasifestivalen 20 will be held at the Friends Arena in Stockholm. Twelve songs will compete — two qualifiers from each of the four preceding semi-finals and four qualifiers from the Second Chance round. A mix of televoting/SMS voting and international jury voting will select the winner.

Draw Artist Song (English Translation) Composer(s) Juries Viewers Total Place
Amy Deasismont "One" Amy Deasismont
Rbecka "Should Have Surrendered" Ditte Lindbom
From Semi-final 2
From Semi-final 2
From Semi-final 3
From Semi-final 3
From Semi-final 4
From Semi-final 4
From Andra Chansen
From Andra Chansen
From Andra Chansen
From Andra Chansen

At Northvision

In Sweden, both the semi-finals and the final will be broadcasted on SVT1 with commentary by Lotta Bromé. The shows will also be broadcasted via radio on Sveriges Radio P4 with commentary by Carolina Norén and Björn Kjellman.

Points awarded to Sweden

Points awarded by Sweden

Split voting results

See also

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