Swedish House Mafia will play Tomorrowland 2019 “by any means necessary”, according to Steve Angello.
The EDM star – and one third of the chart-topping trio – revealed the news in a new interview with Dutch newspaper, De Telegraaf.
Tomorrowland’s annual stream has now gone live for the final day of its weekend two celebrations, with the mega festival set to stream music from Martin Garrix, Steve Angello, Nina Kraviz, Richie Hawtin, Solomun and many more.
The festival, which is based in Boom, Belgium, has been broadcasting again across four channels for three consecutive days this weekend (27th to 29th July), after doing so at last weekend’s event (22nd to 24th July).
Tomorrowland’s annual stream has now gone live for its weekend one celebrations, with the mega festival set to stream music from Steve Angello, Waff, Kolsch, Solardo, Camelphat and many more.
The festival, which is based in Boom, Belgium, is set to broadcast across four channels for three consecutive days this weekend (20th to 22nd July), as well as next weekend (27th to 29th July).
Today's highlights include sets from Timmy Trumpet and Steve Angello on the Main Stage, plus Jax Jones and Martin Solveig on the My House stage.
Steve Angello has spoken about the pressures of touring and the effects it can have on even the most successful artist’s mental health.
In a recent interview with Swedish publication Aftonbladet’s digital radio segment, the Swedish House Mafia member was asked about how the recent death of his friend and contemporary Avicii aged just 28 had affected him.
Axwell Λ Ingrosso dropped a new track, titled ‘Dancing Alone’, last week (29th June).
The duo have now used a billboard advertising the release to seemingly tease the return of Swedish House Mafia – the trio made up of Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso and Steve Angello.
The billboard, which you can see below, first shows the ‘Dancing Alone’ artwork, followed by an error message along with the word “loading”, before Swedish House Mafia’s trademark white dots are shown.
Steve Angello and Axwell Λ Ingrosso all reportedly have new music landing this Friday 29th June.
Kryder revealed that his Angello collaboration, titled ‘Romani', lands via his new label Kryteria Records on Twitter last night (26th June).
EDM Sauce also reports that Axwell Λ Ingrosso’s long-awaited ‘Dancing Alone' will also land on Friday. This is yet to be confirmed officially.
Martin Garrix and Swedish House Mafia’s Steve Angello are teaming up for a late-summer blowout at Belfast Vital music festival.
The 25th August show will take place at Boucher Road Playing Fields and features Dutch EDM star Garrix as headliner. But some very special guests will also join him on the last Saturday of the season.
Swedish House Mafia's Steve Angello, Swedish pop star Zara Larsson and fast-rising talent Loop have all been confirmed as support for the night.
Steve Angello has confirmed that Swedish House Mafia will embark on a tour next year.
Swedish House Mafia look set to be going on tour next year after Axwell ^ Ingrosso teased fans at a show in New York City’s Brooklyn Mirage on Memorial Day (28th May)
Toward the end of the set the pair, who form two thirds of Swedish House Mafia, stopped the music and announced that there are indeed gigs lined up for the trio next week.
Ultra Singapore has locked trance giants Above & Beyond, big room big guns like DJ Snake, Afrojack and Steve Angello, and techno heads such as Loco Dice and Nastia for the two-day festival, which runs on 15th and 16th June.
The event, which is held in the fittingly-named Ultra Park, also boasts Fedde Le Grand, Nervo, Illenium, Nicky Romero and Coyu. 2018 marks its third edition, and will see the talent on offer spread across four main rigs— Mainstage, Resistance, Worldwide and Ultra Angels.