Swedish House Mafia Announces South American Tour Dates for 2023

After a hiatus that lasted several years, Swedish House Mafia reunited in 2018 to close out Ultra Music Festival. However, it wasn’t until 2022 that the trio embarked on a world tour and finally released new music. As Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Steve Angello continue to build on their already legendary career together, they recently announced a return to South America for a run of tour dates.

In a social media post, the Swedish House Mafia announced that they will be returning to Brazil, Peru, Colombia, and Mexico for a short run of dates before the end of the year. Despite performing across Europe and North America since their reunion, the group is aware that there are still many fans around the world anticipating shows in their home countries. Fans in South America can finally celebrate the return of one of dance music’s most influential and important acts when the Swedish House Mafia arrives in Bogota for their first show in the region on October 27th. The post expressed the trio’s excitement to return to the region and reconnect with their fans: “South America, we’ve missed you! It’s finally time for us to come back! Everyone knows you’re one of the best crowds in the world… Let’s make up for lost time and create new memories together.”

This short-run is part of a limited number of shows that will bring the full power of the Swedish House Mafia together in 2023. While the individual members will maintain full touring schedules, the group seems to be more selective following their busy 2022. Although ticketing information and on-sale dates have yet to be released, fans are encouraged to follow the Swedish House Mafia via social media and stay up to date with the venue’s website for more information. Check out the full tour itinerary below.

Swedish House Mafia South America Tour Dates 2023:

-Coliseo Live, Bogota, Colombia – October 27 -Campo Marte Reforma, Mexico City, Mexico – October 28 -Estado San Marcos, Lima, Peru – November 3 -Allianz Park Stadium, São Paulo, Brazil – November 4

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