SWEDISH HOUSE MAFIA CANCELS FIRST GIG AFTER TESTING POSITIVE FOR COVID-19
Swedish House Mafia, a legendary electronic music group, has now stated that they will no longer be able to perform at the Audacy Beach Festival in Fort Lauderdale. The Swedish icons have gone to their social media pages to inform their followers that “despite taking preventive precautions,” the present outcome is out of their control.
Their show, which was scheduled to take place this weekend (4th and 5th of December, 2021), would have been the first Swedish House Mafia live performance since the outbreak began. This decision, which comes as a major blow to both the group and the event, as well as the thousands of fans who had been looking forward to this particular show, was made with the safety of everyone involved in mind. In addition, the trio published a story on Instagram in which they stated the following:
“Despite following precautionary measures, two members of the group have tested positive for covid-19, meaning we will be unable to perform this Sunday at Audacy Beach Festival, Fort Lauderdale. We’re sorry to disappoint our fans so close to the show, but we have to follow the recommended government guidelines and self-isolate. We must prioritize the health of our group, the crew, festival staff and our fans. We love you all and will see you soon.”
A genuinely tragic consequence, but with the global pandemic still having a significant influence on our day-to-day life, health must take precedence over all other considerations. Attendees will still be entertained by a large lineup of artists, including Twenty One Pilots, The Lumineers, Glass Animals, Modest Mouse, Bleachers, WILLOW, and Beabadoobee, despite the cancellation of their appearance.
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