Swedish House Mafia announce three more tour dates for 2019

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Swedish House Mafia announce three more tour dates for 2019Swedish House Mafia 1

It’s been a whirlwind of excitement, anxiety, sweat, tears (mostly the joyful variety0 as Swedish House Mafia continues to roll out details surrounding their 2019 revamp tour. Promptly after Creamfields announced the trio as their 2019 headliner, fans have been given an additional three dates to boot.

Altogether, there’s been eight official announcements, including three shows at home base in Stockholm’s Tele2 Arena in early May, and a stop at Ultra Mexico May 18. As of now, Creamfields will be their only UK show in 2019, and according to a long collection of teasers–including Axwell / Ingrosso‘s NYC shoutout, a poster in Tel Aviv, a rumored Woodstock 50th anniversary appearance, and Axwell’s recent interview on BBC Radio 1–there’s a great deal more in store for the internationally celebrated DJs.

Adding to the elation, Austria’s Frequency Festival recently teased the iconic three dots in glitch form on its website, though nothing had yet to be confirmed until the DJs added Frequency, Tinderbox, and Stavernfestivalen to their website‘s list of dates (screenshots via Instagram story).

Keep an eye out for new music from the famed trio and check out their website’s cryptic countdown for the next announcement.

Swedish House Mafia announce three more tour dates for 2019

This post was originally published on this site

Swedish House Mafia announce three more tour dates for 2019Swedish House Mafia 1

It’s been a whirlwind of excitement, anxiety, sweat, tears (mostly the joyful variety0 as Swedish House Mafia continues to roll out details surrounding their 2019 revamp tour. Promptly after Creamfields announced the trio as their 2019 headliner, fans have been given an additional three dates to boot.

Altogether, there’s been eight official announcements, including three shows at home base in Stockholm’s Tele2 Arena in early May, and a stop at Ultra Mexico May 18. As of now, Creamfields will be their only UK show in 2019, and according to a long collection of teasers–including Axwell / Ingrosso‘s NYC shoutout, a poster in Tel Aviv, a rumored Woodstock 50th anniversary appearance, and Axwell’s recent interview on BBC Radio 1–there’s a great deal more in store for the internationally celebrated DJs.

Adding to the elation, Austria’s Frequency Festival recently teased the iconic three dots in glitch form on its website, though nothing had yet to be confirmed until the DJs added Frequency, Tinderbox, and Stavernfestivalen to their website‘s list of dates (screenshots via Instagram story).

Keep an eye out for new music from the famed trio and check out their website’s cryptic countdown for the next announcement.

Swedish House Mafia announce three more tour dates for 2019

This post was originally published on this site

Swedish House Mafia announce three more tour dates for 2019Swedish House Mafia 1

It’s been a whirlwind of excitement, anxiety, sweat, tears (mostly the joyful variety0 as Swedish House Mafia continues to roll out details surrounding their 2019 revamp tour. Promptly after Creamfields announced the trio as their 2019 headliner, fans have been given an additional three dates to boot.

Altogether, there’s been eight official announcements, including three shows at home base in Stockholm’s Tele2 Arena in early May, and a stop at Ultra Mexico May 18. As of now, Creamfields will be their only UK show in 2019, and according to a long collection of teasers–including Axwell / Ingrosso‘s NYC shoutout, a poster in Tel Aviv, a rumored Woodstock 50th anniversary appearance, and Axwell’s recent interview on BBC Radio 1–there’s a great deal more in store for the internationally celebrated DJs.

Adding to the elation, Austria’s Frequency Festival recently teased the iconic three dots in glitch form on its website, though nothing had yet to be confirmed until the DJs added Frequency, Tinderbox, and Stavernfestivalen to their website‘s list of dates (screenshots via Instagram story).

Keep an eye out for new music from the famed trio and check out their website’s cryptic countdown for the next announcement.

Creamfields’ Website Confirms Swedish House Mafia Performance

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Following Swedish House Mafia’s return to Ultra Music Festival 2018 in Miami, Florida, fans have been anxiously awaiting news about the return of the Swedish trio. After teasing a couple of locations for their return, Swedish House Mafia continues to slowly announce future performance locations in select cities. So far, Swedish House Mafia has announced

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Creamfields confirms Swedish House Mafia as 2019 headliner

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Creamfields confirms Swedish House Mafia as 2019 headlinerSwedish House Mafia Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

With the display of Swedish House Mafia‘s iconic, triple circle logo on their website, Creamfields has officially confirmed the trio as the headliners of Creamfields’ 2019 iteration, slated for August 22-25. Creamfields’ formal affirmation of Swedish House Mafia as next year’s preeminent act validates speculation that the supergroup would, in fact, carry out the headlining duties.

Suspicion originally swirled after Swedish House Mafia’s unmistakable logo appeared in Glasgow, Scotland, suggesting an upcoming performance in the city. Whereas the terms of that implied appearance were previously unclear, leading logo onlookers to question whether the ensuing Glasgow show would be an individual booking, or one relative to Creamfields Glasgow, Swedish House Mafia fans now have their answer and can purchase tickets to Creamfields 2019, here.

Photo credit: Carl Linstromm

Carl Cox to headline second evening of upcoming Creamfields event at Steel Yard London

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Creamfield‘s two-day 2019 event at Steel Yard London continues to add top notch electronic talent to its lineup — the most recent of which is none other than Carl Cox, who will bring a special Space Ibiza show to the revered UK venue. The Creamfields affair will occur from May 25-26 at Finsbury Park. Eric Prydz will provide a formidable opening to the weekend via his live presentation of HOLO. Cox will headline the second evening.

The electronic extravaganza will be hosted in a 15,000 person capacity “superstructure” erected specifically for Creamfields, and heralded as the largest structure “of its kind in Europe.” Pre-sale tickets to Creamfields’ ephemeral Steel Yard London occupancy will go on sale on October 26 at 9 AM. Regular tickets will become available one-hour later that same day at 10 AM. Those interested can purchase tickets to the event, here.

H/T: DJ Mag

Eric Prydz is bringing HOLO to Creamfields Steel Yard London 2019

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Eric Prydz is bringing HOLO to Creamfields Steel Yard London 2019Eric Prydz Holo Setup 1

Among the first announced to headline the 2019 edition of London’s Creamfields Steel Yard festival is Sweden’s own, Eric Prydz.

The annual event held in the colossal Finsbury Park mega-structure is tacked for May 25-6 of next year, with Prydz capping off the first day. The torrential techno force will be bringing his logic-defying live setup, HOLO, with him to the fiercely attended Steel Yard installment. In addition to Prydz, the festival has secured another mammoth techno talent, Carl Cox, to close out its inaugural day.

The pre-sale for Creamfields Steel Yard London can be purchased here beginning Friday, October 26. The remaining headliners have yet to be unveiled, though are set to be announced soon.

Martin Garrix’s Mixer Breaks Down During Creamfields Set

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As many of you know, Martin Garrix is one of the world’s most favorite DJs. Fans usually expect him to perform perfectly during his performances. Unfortunately, The young music producer faced a situation during his performance at Creamfields that was out of his control. During the middle of his set, Garrix’s mixer broke down on

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Good Morning Mix: Camelphat take dark tech house jaunt at Creamfields UK

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Good Morning Mix: Camelphat take dark tech house jaunt at Creamfields UKCamelphat Rolling Stone 1

“Cola” supplants morning coffee when Camelphat come through for a Good Morning Mix.

A near one and a half hour effort, Camelphat’s recent Creamfields UK set douses tech house in dark tones. The electronic duo mix a series of moody selections that delve into deeper territory, and once there, continuously flow forth at a lower pitch. Looping vocal overlays guide the set’s consistent, shuffling rhythm, while conservative hits of bass interspersed among the cuts further grounds the showing.

Good Morning Mix: Party down with Annie Mac at Creamfields

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Good Morning Mix: Party down with Annie Mac at CreamfieldsAnnie Mac

Annie Mac threw down an hour-and-a-half set at Creamfields in Daresbury, England on August 25. With 90 minutes of uplifting house, it’s the perfect mix to chase those Monday blues away. The Irish DJ of her very own BBC Radio 1 show did her thing, ejecting sound waves of old-time piano, lush horns, and soulful vocals atop house rhythms. She played at the Horizon stage right before Major Lazer.

Other notable sets that are watchable from Creamfields Facebook page are The Chainsmokers, Martin Solveig, Galantis, CamelPhat, Pete Tong, Major Lazer, Oliver Heldens, Fatboy Slim, Solardo, Alan Fitzpatrick, and more.

The 40-piece Kaleidoscope Orchestra played an unmissable set featuring arrangements of some of the biggest dance tracks, including a special homage to the late Avicii.