Melodifestivalen 1965


Melodifestivalen 1965
Melodifestivalen 1965
Date: 13 February 1965
Presenter: Birgitta Sandstedt
Venue: Cirkus, Stockholm
Voting: Regional juries
Winner: Annostädes vals performed by Ingvar Wixell
Winner's result at Eurovision: Tenth place

Melodifestivalen 1965 (known as the Svensk sångfinal) was the selection for the seventh song to represent Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest. It was the sixth time that this system of picking a song had been used. Ingvar Wixell performed all of the songs. Eight songs were submitted to Sveriges Radio for the competition, of which two were turned down by Wixell. The final was broadcast on Sveriges Radio TV but was not broadcast on radio.

Results

Place Artist Song Songwriters Points
1st Ingvar Wixell Annorstädes vals Dag Wirén, Alf Henrikson 50
2nd Ingvar Wixell Stilla och tyst Owe Thörnqvist 28
3rd Ingvar Wixell Förtrollad stad Torbjörn Lundqvist, Bo Setterlind 13
4th Ingvar Wixell Kommer vår Bobbie Ericson, Bo Eneby 5
5th Ingvar Wixell Varm i dej Bo Nilsson 2
6th Ingvar Wixell Väldigt vacker Georg Riedel, Berndt Rosengren 1

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