ELECTRONIC supergroup Swedish House Mafia will be returning to the UK in 2019 to perform an exclusive one-off show at Creamfields.

They will close the four-day Daresbury festival on the Sunday of the August bank holiday weekend.

Following a global teaser campaign which has seen cryptic billboards, posters and screen ads pop up across the UK, rumours have been swirling, and after announcing their reunion last month which resulted in three sell-out stadium shows in their hometown of Stockholm, followed by Mexico, it’s now time for UK fans to rejoice.

In a joint statement Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso said: "The UK truly is our second home, whether it be at our first Creamfields or our last Milton Keynes Bowl, we want to bring it back to the festival.

"We’ve missed you guys and we can’t wait for festival season. See you at Creamfields!"

Throughout their careers, the trio have had a long-standing relationship with Cream, performing together at their club ‘Nation’ in the early 2000s before making their Creamfields debut under the Swedish House Mafia moniker in 2007.

The festival headline slot will represent the first time the trio have performed together in the UK for seven years.

Tickets go on general sale on Friday at 10am but you can sign up now to get yours an hour before anyone else. Visit creamfields.com/signup.