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Swedish House Mafia to begin two-year residency at Wynn Las Vegas

Nordic supergroup Swedish House Mafia will begin their first-ever Las Vegas nightlife residency next month at Wynn Resorts’ flagship property.

Sebastian Ingrosso, Steve Angello and Axel “Axwell” Hedfors will make their debut at XS Nightclub inside Wynn Las Vegas in late August.

The trio of Swedish DJs will then play there for two years, with two dates scheduled for 2022: Saturday 20 August and Saturday 3 September, both at XS. Show dates for next year are also set to be announced.

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

To complement Swedish House Mafia’s Las Vegas debut, Encore Beach Club and XS will be upgraded to enhance their audio-visual production, to purportedly offer guests “an immersive and captivating experience.”

Upgrades coming to both venues include a customised stage design, curated LED displays, pyrotechnics and cryogenics, among other things.

The Grammy Award-nominated trio are famous for hits such as Don’t You Worry Child, One and Save The World. Their most recent album, Paradise Again, was released in April.

Ryan Jones, Assistant Vice President of Wynn Nightlife, commented: “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.”

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