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Swedish House Mafia Preps for Sydney

Posted: Nov. 9th, 2012  |  By Michael Pearse
Swedish House Mafia

Ticket sales for Skoda Stadium's February 2nd hosting of Swedish House Mafia will begin on November 19th, an early start for the massively popular Swedish group's performance in Sydney. The move for early sales stands in stark contrast with previous performances that went underreported, much to the chagrin of fans.

The DJ/producer trio, who are drawing crowds as big as Coldplay on their world tour, will play at Skoda Stadium in the Sydney Showgrounds on February 2.

Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso and Steve Angello have commanded the charts with their dance anthems and are currently No.2 in Australia with their final single Don't you Worry Child.

Their Australian fans were devastated when the trio failed to announce a concert here on the One Last Tour.

but Ingrosso said it was never in doubt that they would play to say goodbye to their favourite "paradise".

Ticket sales for Skoda Stadium's February 2nd hosting of Swedish House Mafia will begin on November 19th, an early start for the massively popular Swedish group's performance in Sydney. The move for early sales stands in stark contrast with previous performances that went underreported, much to the chagrin of fans.

 

The DJ/producer trio, who are drawing crowds as big as Coldplay on their world tour, will play at Skoda Stadium in the Sydney Showgrounds on February 2.

Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso and Steve Angello have commanded the charts with their dance anthems and are currently No.2 in Australia with their final single Don't you Worry Child.

Their Australian fans were devastated when the trio failed to announce a concert here on the One Last Tour.

but Ingrosso said it was never in doubt that they would play to say goodbye to their favourite "paradise".

Read More on news.com.au

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