Swedish House Mafia logo surfaces in Glasgow, suggesting a possible Creamfields Glasgow appearance
Swedish House Mafia fans by now know that the quiet appearance of the supergroup’s iconic logo in a new city can only mean one thing. Rather than presenting fans with a consolidated list of upcoming tour dates, the trio continues to slowly and suggestively stake out future performance locations with the display of three black circles in the next choice city. Glasgow, Scotland is the newest locality to see Swedish House Mafia’s logo crop up amid its landscape, sparking speculation that the “Save The World” hit-makers will soon make their way to Glasgow. The question that remains, however, regards the capacity in which Axwell, Ingrosso, and Angello could potentially appear in Glasgow, or in other words, whether an ensuing Glasgow show would be an individual appearance, or one relative to Creamfields Glasgow?
Swedish House Mafia have currently confirmed upcoming billings in Stockholm and Mexico in 2019, and remain a mere seven days from their next major announcement, according to the countdown clock on their website. Although Swedish House Mafia could very well be sitting on news that does not pertain to Glasgow, it’s unlikely that the announcement to follow will be unconnected to the city, given Swedish House Mafia’s past pattern of upcoming performance indication via logo display. Specificities aside, it’s more than safe to say that Swedish House Mafia has something up their sleeves.
— exodusk (@milesmcgovern) November 20, 2018
Glasgow too?? pic.twitter.com/z02eUm6Okk
— DanceMusicAllNightLong (@electrojunkie98) November 12, 2018
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