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After announcing their demise as a group for the time being, Swedish House Mafia promised to go on one last farewell tour before calling it quits. Today, the dates were announced, starting with November 16 in Dubai, and completing March 9 in Los Angeles. The EDM supergroup will travel cross Europe before hitting several major North American markets, including both New York's Madison Square Garden and Barclays Center.
Curiously, there is no Miami date listed on the tour, although a message on the group's official website promises more dates and final show. For the past two years, Swedish House Mafia has performed their own 'Masquerade Motel' festival in Miami in late March. I would not rule out one final 'Masquerade Motel' this year as the band's official US farewell show, as well as a final show in Ibiza. Check out the complete line-up below.
16th November – World Trade Centre, Dubai, UAE
17th November – Sun Arena Polo Ground, Mumbai, India **On Sale 8 Oct.
18th November – Unitech Golf Course, Delhi, India
22nd November – Friends Arena, Stockholm, Sweden
23rd November – Friends Arena, Stockholm, Sweden
24th November – Friends Arena, Stockholm, Sweden
26th November – Forum, Copenhagen, Denmark
29th November – O2 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic
30th November – WM Park Planai, Schladming, Austria
1st December – Sportpaleis, Antwerp, Belgium
6th December – Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany
7th December – Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Netherlands
8th December – Bercy, Paris, France
15th December – Stadium Live, Moscow, Russia
18th December – Pavilhćo Atlāntico, Lisbon, Portugal
22nd December – Telenor Arena, Oslo, Norway
25th January – Wild Waters, Johannesburg, South Africa **On Sale 8 Oct.
26th January – Wild Waters, Johannesburg, South Africa **On Sale 8 Oct.
27th January – Lourensford Wine Estate, Cape Town, South Africa **On Sale 8 Oct.
16th February – Bill Graham Civic, San Francisco, USA
20th February – United Center, Chicago, USA
23rd February – Rogers Centre, Toronto, Canada
27th February – Bell Centre, Montreal, Canada
1st March – Madison Square Garden, New York, NY – USA
2nd March – Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY – USA
9th March – Masquerade Motel @ Historic Park, LA, USA
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