Swedish House Mafia Announces Two-Year Residency at Wynn Las Vegas

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Legendary trio Swedish House Mafia has found a home in Sin City with the announcement of their new residency at Wynn Las Vegas.

Wynn Las Vegas has become renowned over the past decade for showcasing the best artists in the dance music scene at its venues, XS Nightclub and Encore Beach Club. From helping foster the growth of electronic music in Las Vegas during the EDM boom to playing host to impressive Art Of The Wild showcases more recently, the Wynn Nightlife team continues to show its dedication year after year. Now, the latest major announcement has been revealed as Swedish House Mafia signs a two-year residency at Wynn Las Vegas, their first on North American soil.

Swedish House Mafia rose to prominence in the dance music scene over a decade ago with the release of hit tracks like “One,” “Save The World,” and “Don’t You Worry Child.” Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Steve Angello headlined festivals and nightclubs around the world at the peak of their dominance in the early 2010s before splitting up after the conclusion of One Last Tour in 2013. Their hiatus wouldn’t last for long, though, as Swedish House Mafia reunited for Ultra Miami in 2018, and renewed energy was sparked once again.

Since then, Swedish House Mafia has fully returned with their new take on electronic music in tow. This year saw the release of their album that was years in the making, Paradise Again, along with headlining performances at both weekends of Coachella. Fans around the world will be able to catch the trio on the Paradise Again Tour this summer and fall, which is set to kick off on July 29 in Miami – but those in Las Vegas will be in for a treat with their new residency.

“We love going from arenas to clubs, from huge epic raves to intimate club shows and then back into the arena,” said Steve Angello of Swedish House Mafia. “That balance is really important to us and our fans. We’re happy to bring this balance to Vegas with Wynn.”

This residency is something special and is a testament to Wynn Nightlife’s commitment to offering best-in-class entertainment. We’re excited to partner with Swedish House Mafia and give their fanbase an opportunity to see them perform in a more intimate nightclub setting.

Ryan Jones, assistant vice president of Wynn Nightlife

Swedish House Mafia’s first shows at Wynn Las Vegas are on Saturday, August 20 and Saturday, September 3, with additional dates to be revealed in the future. This won’t be a normal experience for those who have previously visited XS Nightclub or Encore Beach Club, as both venues will be upgraded to feature custom stage designs, LED displays, pyrotechnics, and more.

Head to WynnNightlife.com for more details on Swedish House Mafia’s upcoming dates in Las Vegas and to grab tickets.

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