Swedish House Mafia are quietly announcing a tour this summer

Swedish House Mafia
Swedish House Mafia

There’s some movement around Swedish House Mafia and it’s not the one we are used to. The Swedish trio seems to have moved away from the mysterious teasing, cryptic message, and vague announcements. Instead, the Swedish House Mafia has been quiet in the last few months, announcing and releasing things when they had to.

If you’re looking closely, you may have noticed that in the last few weeks, the Swedish House Mafia has appeared in a series of lineups around Europe and North America. Not to mention, they just announced a residency at Ushuaia Ibiza this summer.

Germany’s Panama Open Air Festival just released the last of these announcements. Swedish House Mafia will play at the Germany festival at the end of June exclusively. This means that it will be the only show in Germany during this summer for the trio.

Despite being more than 4 months away, the Swedish House Mafia has already some dates announced. Starting on June 28th, they’ll play in Marmande, France at Garorock. The day after they’ll fly to the Panama Open Air festival to then move to Italy in Lucca. This will be the trios’ only Italian show for this year.

In mid and end of July, Swedish House Mafia will play both Tomorrowland weekends. This is the long-awaited return for the trio. In 2019 rumors sparked of some misunderstanding between the trio and Tomorrowland that brought not having them on the mainstage. Swedish House Mafia’s last show at Tomorrowland was in 2012, 12 years ago.

Before Tomorrowland, the Swedish House Mafia will play at FVDED In The Park and Badlands Music Fest in July 2024. Both are located in the US.

Apart from their residency at Ushuaia Ibiza, the Swedish trio will play at Untold in August. They’ll also return to Oslo for the Findings Festival.

This change of paradigm is reflected also in their music. A long time has passed since the big hype campaigns of the past. Have they felt the “over promise but under deliver” issues of the reunion tour? Maybe.

Nevertheless, we highly appreciate this new way of communicating. Less promises and more substance. And talking about substance, this Friday Sebastian Ingrosso and Steve Angello are back together for a new song, Skip.