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Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 1993

Eurovision Song Contest 1993
Country  Sweden
National selection
Selection process Melodifestivalen 1993
Selection date(s) 5 March 1993
Selected entrant Arvingarna
Selected song "Eloise"
Finals performance
Final result 7th, 89 points
Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest
◄1992 1993 1994►

Sweden entered the Eurovision Song Contest 1993, held in Millstreet, Ireland.

The Swedish representative was again chosen through Melodifestivalen. Melodifestivalen 1993 was held on 5 March 1993 in Gothenburg. 1569 entries was received by Sveriges Television (SVT) for Melodifestivalen 1993, with 10 being selected to compete in the televised final. After 5 songs were eliminated, the viewers of melodifestivalen were allowed to select the winner through televoting.

The winner was dansband Arvingarna with the song "Eloise".

At Eurovision, Sweden performed 13th, following France and preceding Ireland. As the close of the voting, they had finished 7th in a field of 25 with 89 points.

Melodifestivalen 1993

For the full results, see Melodifestivalen 1993.
Draw Artist Song Points Place
1 N.E.O. "Högt i det blå" - -
2 Monica Silverstrand "Vågornas sång" 8 5th
3 Lena Pålsson "Sjunde himlen" 13 4th
4 Patrick Swahn "På vingar av kärlek" - -
5 Nick Borgen "We Are All The Winners" 42 2nd
6 Christer Björkman "Välkommen till livet" - -
7 Pernilla Emme "I dina ögon" 28 3rd
8 Richard Carlsohn "Ge mig din hand" - -
9 Tina Leijonberg "Närmare dej" - -
10 Arvingarna "Eloise" 56 1st
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