The news was announced October 20th by way of cryptic, "if-you-know-you-know" posts on the festival's social media. Each one featured a grainy photo of the iconic Swedish trio, comprising Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso, paired with the group's signature black circle logo in the caption.
A Goldenvoice rep reportedly confirmed that Swedish House Mafia will be performing at the 2022 iteration of Coachella. The trio have also teased other performances this week via mysterious billboards in Las Vegas, London, Amsterdam, and other major areas, signaling a potential global tour on the horizon.
The next edition of Coachella will be the iconic festival brand's first event since 2019, following a series of heartbreaking cancellations contrived by the impact of COVID-19. Luckily, organizers announced this week that they have an official green light for its scheduled 2022 weekends of April 15-17 and 22-24, respectively. Tickets are not yet on sale.
Kygo to Headline Sports Illustrated Super Bowl Party In Los Angeles
Kygo's sun-kissed brand of tropical house will soundtrack the open air party at Century Park, along with Jack Harlow, David Solomon and more.
Sebastian Ingrosso Confirms New Swedish House Mafia Music With Sting
He confirmed the high-profile collab, dubbed “Redlight,” in the group’s official Discord server.
Flume, Kaytranada, Madeon More to Perform at Governors Ball 2022: See the Full Lineup
Kid Cudi, Migos, Halsey, 100 gecs and more are also set for performances.