Swedish House Mafia posters have started appearing in Tel Aviv.
Though the sightings don't officially confirm a date in the Israeli city, it comes off the back of the act announcing three dates in native Stockholm across Thursday 2nd to Saturday 4th May 2019.
The trio also recently confirmed a show in Mexico City's Foro Solo as part of the 2019 reunion tour.
Swedish House Mafia have all but confirmed that they will be playing in Mexico City next year as part of their long awaited reunion tour.
After Steve Angello yelling during his gig at Ultra Mexico a few weeks ago that the trio would be returning to Mexico City early next year, the group just shared on their Instagram a post just containing the words MEXICO CITY / MEXICO CITY / MEXICO CITY.
Swedish House Mafia will play three consecutive arena shows in Stockholm next year, running Thursday 2nd to Saturday 4th May 2019.
The trio confirmed last week that the first stop of their world tour would happen in Stockholm on Saturday 4th, with the group now adding two extra shows in their hometown city to their schedule.
The events will take place at Stockholm’s Tele2 Arena with the group also confirming they’ll be spinning some brand-new and unreleased music as part of the 2019 reunion tour.
Swedish House Mafia have started a new countdown timer on their website, setting the rumour mill into full motion this week.
Swedish House Mafia have (finally) made an official announcement about their much-discussed reunion.
At a press conference this morning (22nd October) the trio revealed that they will reunite for a show at the Tele2 Arena in Stockholm, Sweden on Saturday, 4th May 2019. They also confirmed that they will be playing brand new, never-before-heard music at the show.
A mysterious countdown timer has appeared on The Swedish House Mafia’s website which has sent the reunion tour rumour mill once again into overdrive.
The countdown timer ends on Monday 22nd October which has led many many fans to speculate that the trio might finally be ready to announce their return to the stage, with an official announcement expected sometime on Monday.
Swedish House Mafia are set to play in Mexico next year, according to Steve Angello.
Steve Angello has teased a new track, and with a Swedish House Mafia tour on the horizon for 2019, some are speculating that it could be a taste of something new from the trio.
Based on the short clip posted to Instagram by Angello, the track sees the trio moving away from the more overtly big-room and festival-pleasing elements of their past work. It bears some similarities to Angello’s 'Human' EP, which was released earlier this year. The jury is still out then on whether it is indeed the first new music from the duo since 2012’s 'Greyhound' album.
Steve Angello has claimed that ”Swedish House Mafia is back“ during his show at Tomorrowland presents Garden of Madness at Ushuaïa Ibiza. You can watch footage of the gig below.
The trio, made up of Angello, Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso reformed at Ultra earlier this year (March).
Axwell ^ Ingrosso are set to put their project on the back burner next year in order to focus on the return of Swedish House Mafia, Sebastian Ingrosso has said.
In an interview with Swedish publication, Metro, Ingrosso discussed the decision to reform Swedish House Mafia, production plans and the natural decision to put his and Axwell’s project on hold while the pair reunited with Steve Angello.
In explaining why they trio made the decision to reform, Ingrosso said, ““We felt it was time, and we missed it. And above all, we had fans who wanted us to reunite.”