Swedish House Mafia Will Make Festival Comeback at Coachella 2022

Coachella usually waits until January to announce its lineup so it came as a surprise when the festival revealed this afternoon that Swedish House Mafia would be performing at the event in 2022.

This afternoon, the official Coachella Twitter account posted a photo of the trio standing in a red-hued field. The post was captioned with three black dots, the logo for the group.

Swedish House Mafia confirmed the news on its Twitter account, sharing a video of a jacket being embroidered with the words “Swedish House Mafia Live Coachella 2022.”

Swedish House Mafia is made up of the DJs Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso. The group formed in 2008 and following a farewell tour, split up in 2012.

The DJs then reunited in 2019 and dropped their comeback single “It Gets Better” this past July. Fans are eagerly awaiting the group’s debut album Paradise Again, which is expected to release in late 2021. The Weeknd also teased his collaboration with Swedish House Mafia on Tuesday, titled “Moth To A Flame.” The track will debut sometime this week.

Coachella was canceled in 2020 and 2021 due to the pandemic. The 2022 edition of the festival is scheduled for April 15-17 and 22-24. While passes are no longer on sale, fans can add their name to a ticket waitlist.

Festival organizers will unveil additional Coachella performers at a later date.

In other music news, Meek Mill and Giggs took to London’s streets in the new “Northside Southside” visual.
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