Swedish House Mafia: Paradise Again Tour Dates 2022 Dates, Calendar, Events & Parties

Swedish House Mafia Paradise Again Tour Dates 2022 Calendar

Swedish House Mafia announced their first official tour since 2013, planning 44 dates in North America and the UK/Europe in 2022. The group timed the announcement of the Paradise Again tour dates with the release of a new swingle, featuring The Weeknd.

The group, comprised of Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso, is also planning to perform at Coachella in April before their tour dates kick off on July 29 at Miami’s FTX Arena. Stops on that first leg of the tour include Metlife Stadium on August 3, Montreal’s îleSoniq Festival August 7, Moody Center in Texas August 25, T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas September 2 and Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle September 14 before wrapping at Chase Center in San Francisco September 16. The tour resumes at AO Arena in Manchester, England on August 29 and has stops in Ireland, France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Switzerland, Poland, Germany, Czech Republic, Belgium, Netherlands, Austria, Denmark, and Norway before it finishes on November 13 at Finland’s UROS Live Arena.

Following their initial “One Last Tour” farewell in 2012, the trio performed one 16-date tour in 2018 before officially reuniting in July of 2020. Since that time, the group has released three singles, with “It Gets Better” and “Lifetime” featuring Ty Dolla $ign and 070 Shake preceding the release of “Moth To A Flame” featuring The Weeknd.

Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Steve Angello truly proved patience is a virtue on July 15, not only making their first musical appearance as a trio in almost a decade, but also setting off the bombshell declaration that their debut studio album, Paradise Again, would land in full before 2022. The Swedes are barely allowing fans any time to wrap their minds around the announcement, now moving on from the LP’s lead offering—an overhauled version of their reunion tour ID, “It Gets Better”—and locking in its next superseder.

It wouldn’t be a stretch to claim that Swedish House Mafia delivered “It Gets Better” without the thought of crossover sovereignty on their mind, and Paradise Again as a whole wasn’t planted on the basis to “satisfy the digital market,” as Steve Angello put it, adding that their sole intention was to write an “album [they] love.” However, any Paradise Again cuts being commercially viable doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive with Angello’s portrayal of the LP’s artistic narrative, and that’s being substantiated first hand on the project’s newest offering.

“Lifetime,”—aptly dubbed after Axwell’s iconic one-liner from Ultra 2018—checks in as Swedish House Mafia’s second hiatus-ending single, unexpectedly placing a pair of collaborative chairs down for both Ty Dolla $ign, who by no coincidence whatsoever is represented by the Swede’s new manager, Sal Slaiby, as well as blooming hip-hop wonder, 070 Shake.

Before right now, “Lifetime” had yet to reach ears beyond those of Swedish House Mafia or anyone close to the camp, although some were aware of its existence due to the reunion campaign’s creative director Alexander Wessely’s brief livestream from earlier this year. In the same fashion as “It Gets Better,” the Mafia have laudably wiped the production slate clean from the sound of the 2010s on their latest delivery. If “It Gets Better” hadn’t already immediately done so, “Lifetime” firmly trots the trio right back into the mainstream line of sight with the telling synth-pop influence of Daft Punk and the dark grit of Gesaffelstein, that shifts a complete 180° style-wise from its Paradise Again precursor. The veritable creative genius of all three Mafiosos stands front and center on “Lifetime,” tagging in Ty Dolla $ign and 070 Shake for a late-night, R&B tide that flawlessly fills out a well-rounded production that seats something new at the Swedes’ table for a second straight outing.

For their first public appearance since the reunion tour-ending performance in Saudi Arabia in December of 2019, Swedish House Mafia and their “Lifetime” co-stars are set to perform the single on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on July 19.

Upcoming Tour Dates

Sun Jul 31 · 8 pm
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Wed Aug 3 · 8 pm
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Fri Aug 5 · 8 pm
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Sat Aug 13 · 8 pm
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Wed Aug 17 · 8 pm
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Fri Aug 19 · 8 pm
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Sun Aug 21 · 8 pm
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Thu Aug 25 · 8 pm
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Fri Aug 26 · 8 pm
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Sat Aug 27 · 8 pm
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Fri Sep 2 · 8 pm
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Sun Sep 4 · 8 pm
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Tue Sep 13 · 8 pm
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Wed Sep 14 · 8 pm
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Fri Sep 16 · 8 pm
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Thu Sep 29 · 7:30 pm
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Fri Sep 30 · 6:30 pm
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Fri Sep 30 · 6:30 pm
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Sun Oct 2 · 7 pm
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Thu Oct 6 · 6:30 pm
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Mon Oct 31 · 8 pm
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