Swedish House Mafia Announce 'One Last Tour'

EDM superstars' final shows kick off November 16th in Dubai

Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso and Steve Angello of Swedish House Mafia perform at Coachella.
September 24, 2012 3:25 PM ET

Swedish House Mafia will trek around the world this fall for their appropriately named One Last Tour, which the EDM superstars announced today. It will also mark some firsts for the group, as they will make their live debuts in India, Russia and South Africa.

The trio's farewell tour kicks off on November 16th at the World Trade Centre in Dubai, with shows continuing across Europe through the end of the year. After that, the Swedes return to North America, starting with a show on February 16th at the Bill Graham Civic Center in San Francisco and ending on March 9th at the Masquerade Motel in Los Angeles.

Swedish House Mafia will also release a compilation album, Until Now, on October 22nd; it features the group's new John Martin-assisted single "Don't You Worry Child." Most tickets go on sale on September 28th; seats for South Africa and India will be released on October 8th.

Rolling Stone spoke with Swedish House Mafia over the weekend at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas, where Sebastian Ingrosso talked about the exciting uncertainty of the future. "Because we did this move, we hope to find ourselves in a situation where we do not know what we’re doing, which is sort of us trying to create some sort of chaos, mix shit up a bit for ourselves," he explained.

Full tour dates for Swedish House Mafia:
11/16 – Dubai, UAE – World Trade Centre
11/17 –Mumbai, India – Sun Arena Polo Ground
11/18 – Delhi, India – Unitech Golf Course
11/22 – Stockholm, Sweden – Friends Arena
11/23 – Stockholm, Sweden – Friends Arena
11/24 – Stockholm, Sweden – Friends Arena
11/26 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Forum
11/29 – Prague, Czech Republic – O2 Arena
11/30 – Schladming, Austria – WM Park Planai
12/1 – Antwerp, Belgium – Sportpaleis
12/6 – Frankfurt, Germany – Festhalle
12/7 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Ziggo Dome
12/8 – Paris, France – Bercy
12/15 – Moscow, Russia – Stadium Live
12/18 – Lisbon, Portugal – Pavilhão Atlântico
12/22 – Oslo, Norway – Telenor Arena
12/25 – Johannesburg, South Africa – Wild Waters
12/26 – Johannesburg, South Africa – Wild Waters
12/27 – Cape Town, South Africa – Lourensford Wine Estate
2/16 – San Francisco, CA – Bill Graham Civic
2/20 – Chicago, IL – United Center
2/23 – Toronto, Canada – Rogers Centre
2/27 – Montreal, Canada – Bell Centre
3/1 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden
3/2 – Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center
3/9 – Los Angeles, CA – Masquerade Motel at Historic Park

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