Swedish House Mafia Announce ‘Paradise Again’ World Tour

Swedish House Mafia
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– Swedish House Mafia
From left: Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso.

Swedish House Mafia added to the hype of releasing their latest single, featuring The Weeknd, by announcing a 2022 world tour named after the trio’s new album, Paradise Again, set to drop in April.

The tour spans 44 dates, launching on July 29 at FTX Arena in Miami and culminating at Uros Live Arena in Tampere, Finland, Nov. 13.
Full dates below. The ticket sale opens Friday, Oct. 29. There’s a pre-sale commencing two days earlier for anybody pre-ordering the album.
Since making their reunion official last July, the supergroup released two more singles, “It Gets Better” and “Lifetime” feat. Ty Dolla $ign and 070 Shake, along with “Moth To A Flame” featuring The Weekend, all to be found on Paradise Again.
The 2022 world tour is produce by Live Nation, it’s the first official Swedish House Mafia tour since the group’s “One Last Tour” of 2012, culminating in its last gig for the time being at Ultra Music Festival Miami in 2013.
Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso reunited five years later on the same stage, following up that memorable performance with a 16-date trek mostly through Europe, but with one stop each in Mexico City, Seoul and Singapore.
The announcement of the “Paradise Again” world tour comes on the back of the trio’s confirmed Coachella 2022 performance.  
Swedish House Mafia, “Paradise Again” world tour dates:
Jul 29, FTX Arena, Miami, FL
Jul 31, Amway Center, Orlando, FL
Aug 3, MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ
Aug 5, Scotiabank Arena Toronto, ON
Aug 7, îleSoniq Festival, Montreal, QC
Aug 9, TD Garden, Boston, MA 
Aug 10, Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA,
Aug 11, Capital One Arena, Washington, DC
Aug 13, United Center, Chicago, IL
Aug 17, Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, MI – 
Aug 19, Xcel Energy Center, Minneapolis, MN
Aug 21, Ball Arena, Denver, CO
Aug 25, Moody Center, Austin, TX
Aug 26, American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
Aug 27, Toyota Center, Houston, TX
Aug 30, Footprint Center, Phoenix, AZ
Sep 2, T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, NV
Sep 4, Pechanga Arena, San Diego, CA
Sep 13, Rogers Arena, Vancouver, BC
Sep 14, Climate Pledge Arena, Seattle, WA
Sep 16, Chase Center, San Francisco, CA
Sep 29, AO Arena, Manchester, UK
Sep 30, OVO Hydro Arena, Glasgow, UK
Oct 2, The O2, London, UK
Oct 6, 3Arena, Dublin, Ireland
Oct 8, Utilita Arena, Birmingham, UK
Oct 10, Accor Arena, Paris, FR
Oct 14, IFEMA Madrid Live, Madrid, Spain
Oct 15, Altice Arena, Lisbon, Portugal
Oct 18, Mediolanum Forum, Milan, Italy
Oct 19, Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland
Oct 21, Tauron Arena, Krakow, Poland
Oct 22, O2 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic
Oct 25, Lanxess Arena Cologne, Germany
Oct 27, Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany
Oct 29, Sportpaleis, Antwerp, Belgium
Oct 31, Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Nov 3, Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria
Nov 5, Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany
Nov 6, Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin, Germany
Nov 8, Barclaycard Arena, Hamburg, Germany
Nov 9, Royal Arena, Copenhagen, Denmark
Nov 11, Telenor Arena, Oslo, Norway
Nov 13, UROS LIVE Arena, Tampere, Finland