Swedish House Mafia Has Been Announced as The First Opening Act For Creamfields North 2023

Swedish House Mafia has confirmed that they will play at Creamfields again in 2023. They made the announcement during the Birmingham stop of their ‘Paradise Again’ world tour. The supergroup will be displaying their three-dot logo alongside ‘Creamfields 2023’ on screens in the arena.

Following the announcement, Creamfields tweeted an official confirmation: “Just Announced! @swedishousemfia confirmed for a SOLD OUT Creamfields North 2023, Sunday 27th August. #CreamfieldsNorth #Creamfields2023.”

Although the whole line-up for Creamfields North 2023 has not yet been revealed, the festival is still expected to take place in Daresbury, Cheshire, in August next year. It is the fastest-selling Creamfields ever, with all available tickets having already been sold out.

Following their final appearance at the festival in 2019, the Swedish House Mafia will perform at Creamfields once more.

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Earlier this year, they released their debut album, ‘Paradise Again,’ which features A$AP Rocky, Sting and other artists. In support of the album, they are now performing in Europe.

Swedish House Mafia premiered the upcoming single ‘Finally,’ featuring Alicia Keys, during their San Francisco performance last month. The song itself is a cover of the Kings of Tomorrow track with the same name and Julie McKnight on the lead vocals.