Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 1967

The Swedish entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 1967 was Östen Warnerbring and the song "Som en dröm", composed by Curt Pettersson and Marcus Österdahl and written by Patrice Hellberg. The national selection was for the first time called "Melodifestivalen", a name that remains to this day.

Eurovision Song Contest 1967
Country Sweden
National selection
Selection processMelodifestivalen 1967
Selection date(s)24 February 1967
Selected entrantÖsten Warnerbring
Selected song"Som en dröm"
Selected songwriter(s)
Finals performance
Final result8th, 7 points
Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest
◄1966 1967 1968►

Before EurovisionEdit

Melodifestivalen 1967Edit

Melodifestivalen 1967 was the selection for the ninth song to represent Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest. It was the eighth time that this system of picking a song had been used. Approximately 1,800 songs were submitted to SVT for the competition. The final was held in the Cirkus in Stockholm on 24 February 1967, hosted by Maud Husberg and broadcast on Sveriges Radio TV but it was not broadcast on radio.

Draw Artist Song Songwriters Place Points
1 Towa Carson "Vem frågar vinden?" Inger Berggren 5th 11
2 Rolf Berg "Ren vals" Charlie Norman, Björn Lindroth 3rd 14
3 Marianne Kock "Men vore du endast en visa" Lennart Sjöberg, Carl-Olof Bergström 8th 3
4 Östen Warnerbring "En valsfan" Gunnar Svensson, Hans Alfredson, Tage Danielsson 2nd 20
5 Ann-Louise Hanson "Christina dansar" Åke Hallgren 7th 4
6 Svante Thuresson "Förlåt min vän" Johnny Carlsson 9th 2
7 Towa Carson "Alla har glömt" Peter Himmelstrand 3rd 14
8 Sten Nilsson "Svart-Olas polska" Åke Hallgren 6th 8
9 Ann-Louise Hanson "Sjungas till sömns" Mats Berthold, May-Brith Matson 10th 0
10 Östen Warnerbring "Som en dröm" Curt Peterson, Marcus Österdahl, Patrice Hellberg 1st 24

At EurovisionEdit

The entry finished 8th out of 17.



  1. ^ a b "Results of the Final of Vienna 1967". Eurovision Song Contest. Archived from the original on 7 April 2021. Retrieved 7 April 2021.

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