Alla tiders Melodifestival

Alla tiders Melodifestival (All-time Melodifestival) was a gala show organised by SVT to celebrate fifty years of the Eurovision Song Contest and the Swedish selection for it, Melodifestivalen. It was filmed at Cirkus in Stockholm on 21 March 2005 and was broadcast over SVT1 on 8 April the same year.[1] The ten songs performed were chosen by an online public vote to raise money for Världens barn.[2]

Alla tiders Melodifestival
Dates
Final21 March 2005
Host
VenueCirkus, Stockholm, Sweden
Presenter(s)Kattis Ahlström
Christer Björkman
Host broadcasterSVT
Participants
Number of entries10 from one country
Vote
Voting systemOnline public vote
Winning song"Waterloo" by ABBA

SongsEdit

Place Song Year, result Artist Performer at gala
1st Waterloo 1974, 1st ABBA Carola Häggkvist & Marit Bergman
2nd Främling 1983, 1st Carola Häggkvist Sophie Rimheden & Håkan Lidbo
3rd Diggi-Loo Diggi-Ley 1984, 1st Herreys Viktoria Tolstoy
4th När vindarna viskar mitt namn 2000, 1st Roger Pontare Roger Pontare & HammerFall
5th Det gör ont 2004, 1st Lena Philipsson Darin
6th Stad i ljus 1988, 1st Tommy Körberg Cyndee Peters
7th Michelangelo 1975, 5th Björn Skifs Wilmer X
8th Tusen och en natt 1999, 1st Charlotte Perrelli Rikard Wolff
9th Fångad av en stormvind 1991, 1st Carola Häggkvist Mendez
10th Symfonin 1990, 10th Loa Falkman Lizette Pålsson, Annika Ljungberg, Sara Nordensson

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Alla tiders Melodifestival". Swedish Media Database. 8 April 2005. Retrieved 25 September 2016.
  2. ^ SVT (3 March 2005) Alla tiders Melodifestival Archived 2007-09-30 at the Wayback Machine. Retrieved on 13 May 2007.

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