Posters appear in South Korea, Swedish House Mafia appear to have Seoul in their crosshairs
Swedish House Mafia fans will tell you—patience is a virtue.
Fans had to endure a five-year hiatus as the group dissolved in 2013 and did not play together again until Ultra Music Festival in Miami in 2018. Since the single show reconciliation last spring, the trickle of information laying out the trio’s long-awaited reunion has been a slow, tantalizing drip, with enigmatic posters appearing all over the world and extended countdowns surfacing online, signaling where the Mafia might appear next.
Dates in Ibiza, Mexico City, and a headlining slot at Creamfields this summer are already confirmed, and rumored appearances at Ultra’s Croatia stop and Tomorrowland are starting to piece together the group’s planned whereabouts—though now a stop in Seoul is the latest spot of speculation on Swedish House Mafia’s summer itinerary. However, with posters appearing in Split and Seoul back-to-back, Ultra appearances in both cities seem likely, though it is unclear if the posters confirm performances and if those performances are linked in any way. Details remain scarce for now, but the chances of Swedish House Mafia confirming a Seoul date in the near future now seems immanent.