With Ultra Music Festival just around the corner, electronic dance music fans across the globe have started preparing for one of the biggest spectacles of the year. From the usual suspects, such as Tiësto, David Guetta, and Armin Van Buuren, to the highly anticipated return of Pendulum, the 18th installment of the world-renowned event will evidently include a star-studded lineup. The festival at Miami’s Bayfront Park just keeps getting bigger each year and 2016 will be no exception. Consisting of eight total stages and over 100 performers, the upcoming three-day event will surely be an absolute blast from the first act till the last.
Speaking of final performances, one of the most memorable closing sets of Ultra Miami’s all-time history is undoubtedly Swedish House Mafia’s last ever show from three years ago. Before splitting up, this particular set was the legendary trio’s finale to their undeniably illustrious career together. With such insurmountable success as a group, it is simply difficult to forget the memories we have had listening to Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Steve Angello’s magical collaborative work and watching all three artists unitedly deliver some of the most awe-inspiring performances.
Especially with their final set, there could not have been a better ending to their beautifully written storybook. From the introductory track, “We Come, We Rave, We Love” to the concluding track, “Don’t You Worry Child”, this performance is definitely a treat to watch. Also playing some of their other hits such as “Save The World”, “Miami 2 Ibiza”, and “Leave The World Behind”, Swedish House Mafia was able to touch the hearts of every single person in the crowd and every single fan around the world who continuously supported them. Thus, to prepare for this year’s Ultra Miami and to take a trip down memory lane, we present to you Swedish House Mafia’s final show in 2013.