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They teased their fans for days, releasing pictures of the three dots that signified their 'One Last Tour', in various cities all over the world. The trio of Swedish house DJs Axwell, Steve Angello, and Sebastian Ingrosso, known together as Swedish House Mafia, finally announced their tour dates on Monday evening. It was in June that the supergroup announced that they planned to disband after one final tour together, and ever since, rumours suggested that this tour would include a stop in India. This was confirmed with the announcement of their schedule, which begins on November 16 at the World Trade Centre in Dubai.
The tour dates included a gig in Mumbai on November 17 at the Sunburn Arena, Turf Club, Mahalaxmi, and one in Delhi at the Unitech Golf Club, Noida, on the following day before the trio head places such as Stockholm, Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Moscow before concluding in Los Angeles on March 9. Tickets for the their India performances will go on sale on October 8.
The three DJs, who are individually among the biggest names in the world of electronic dance music (EDM), came together in 2008. They released their first single, One, under the name Swedish House Mafia in 2010. Since then, nearly every single they have released together has been a hit and seen them tour and sell out some of the biggest venues in the world.
While Axwell has played in India before — at the EDM Festival Sunburn, whose promoters, Submerge, are bringing the band to India this time — the other two never have. "India was a strong contender on our final touring calendar. In fact, Axwell has been asking us for years to visit India for its vibrancy when it comes to dance and music, and it's great that Submerge has made this a reality for us," said Angello.
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