Rumors abound as to whether Swedish House Mafia will perform at this year's edition of Tomorrowland, with some speculating that they will replace Martin Garrix on closing duties. Now, perhaps the most conslusive information yet suggests that they will perform on the second weekend.
Neither the EDM supergroup nor the festival's organizers made an official announcement, however. According to a now-deleted article published by DJ Mag Germany, Sebastian Ingrosso spilled the beans to an interviewer on Tomorrowland's newly launched One World Radio.
It stands to reason that the article could have been taken down due to misinformation, but the opposite could also be true. Since their reunion last year, Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso have gone to such painstaking lengths to announce each individual 2019 show that the revelation could throw a proverbial wrench in their promotional engine.
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At the time of writing, Swedish House Mafia have confirmed 2019 performances in Stockholm, Mexico City, Helsinki, Seoul, Daresbury and many other cities. For a full list of their tour dates, visit SwedishHouseMafia.com.