Considering the hype surrounding their 2019 tour, Swedish House Mafia had a lot to live up to when they returned to the stage in Stockholm last weekend. If the photos serve as any indicator, they delivered. The EDM supergroup have shared images from their larger-than-life stage show at the Tele2 Arena that prove the scale of three-date run was on another level.
Over 115,000 revelers who attended across all three days were treated to a 177 by 56-foot screen, a suspended stage, and a massive lighting array shaped like the three-circle Swedish House Mafia logo. In addition to edits of classics like "Don't You Worry Child" and "One," the trio also debuted long-awaited new music.
Swedish House Mafia concluded their farewell tour with a performance at the 2013 edition of Ultra Music Festival in Miami. After a five-year hiatus they reunited at the 2018 edition of the same gathering. Later in the year they began a series of announcements indicating that the appearance was no flash in the pan, and that a full tour as well as new music would follow.
In 2019, Swedish House Mafia are also slated to perform in locations like Mexico City, Helsinki and Ibiza. Find their full list of tour dates at SwedishHouseMafia.com.
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Images by Hannes Söderlund.