With the amount of hype surrounding their long-awaited 2019 tour, it almost feels like Swedish House Mafia's triumphant reunion happened this year instead of last. Now, you can decide for yourself whether the buzz was warranted. The EDM supergroup has kicked things off with a performance at the Tele2 Arena in Stockholm, and a full video of the spectacle is already available.
As can be seen in the 90-minute clip, some 40,000 or so revelers were treated to top-of-the-line production values as Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso and Steve Angello took to the stage for the first time since the 2018 edition of Ultra Music Festival in Miami. Among the highlights include updated versions of hits like "Greyhound" and "One."
Swedish House Mafia's 2018 reunion capped off a hiatus that lasted five years - almost to the day, as their farewell performance took place at the 2013 edition of Ultra. In the later part of 2018 the trio revealed that their reunion would be more or less permanent, consisting of a world tour and new music.
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Swedish House Mafia will conclude their string of Stockholm performances with another show at Tele2 Arena on May 4th. Their remaining 2019 tour dates can be found on SwedishHouseMafia.com.