Saturday night is going to be Swedish House Mafia's last show together, marking the end of a meteoric rise to fame that saw the three-person band top charts and gain international stardom. Even with a hint of sadness in the air, their last few Stockholm shows should be excellent concerts, with the first of the series getting rave reviews.
Sweden’s hottest music export of the moment, Swedish House Mafia, kicked off their farewell set in Stockholm on Thursday night - their third last live shows before the band calls it quits.
The band rocked the new Friends Arena in Solna in a three-hour fest to a full house of almost 32,000 music fans.
Fans of the band as well as concert goers flocked to Twitter to review the event as it happened.
“The best I’ve ever seen. No words can describe the feeling. Sweden’s pride,” tweeted fan @martenssonm.
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