Although Swedish House Mafia‘s reunion at Ultra Miami this past March was one of the biggest moments in EDM history, the buzz didn’t last long for Steve Angello. It seemed like he quickly transitioned back into his solo career mode, promoting his own solo music and album.
This morning however, Steve Angello reminisced on the biggest performances in Swedish House Mafia history. He shared these moments on his Instagram story with a short comment on each of the historical performances. He started with a screenshot of the three members agreeing over Twitter to perform at the Foro Sol Stadium in Mexico in 2012.
The second post was a picture of their Stockholm show in November of 2012. They sold over 100,000 tickets in just 3 days. This was followed by a post of their show at the Milton Keynes Bowl in the United Kingdom in July 2012.
His last post was of the Empire State Building in New York City in memory of their stop in the Big Apple during their One Last Tour in 2013.
Since their big reunion in March, rumors have been circulating about a reunion tour. If Swedish House Mafia were to really go on a reunion tour, there’s no question that they would perform at these venues, among others. Could Angello be hinting at stops on an upcoming Swedish House Mafia reunion tour? Check out the posts below.