Swedish House Mafia joins the F1 Saudi Arabian GP concert line-up
The reformed EDM group will take to the stage on March 18…
Strap on for the ride and let’s do this – Swedish house music legends Swedish House Mafia has now been added to the line-up for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix after-race concert on Saturday March 18.
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Fans can expect the multi-Grammy nominated trio, Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Axwell, to perform a selection of their greatest hits, including Don’t You Worry Child, Save The World, Moth To A Flame, and tracks from Paradise Again, the group’s first full-length album following several singles and tours since 2008.
No stranger to Saudi Arabia, the supergroup last performed at last year’s MDLBeast SoundStorm Festival in Riyadh. And we can’t wait to see them bringing the energy in front of the Jeddah crowd this weekend.
Like most success stories, the meteoric rise of the Swedish House Mafia did not happen overnight. Formed in 2008 before initially disbanding in 2013, it wasn’t until 2010’s hit single One that the threesome really began their ascent as one of the biggest electronic acts in the world.
Access to Swedish House Mafia’s concert is exclusive to F1 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix 2023 ticket holders. Tickets for the race are still on sale, starting from SAR85 for the general admission and from SAR128 for the Grandstand.
One of the highlights of the motor racing event, taking place from Friday March 17 to Sunday March 19 at the Jeddah Corniche Circuit, is the stellar musical line-up on each night of the race weekend.
The confirmed headliners for this weekend’s line-up with Swedish House Mafia are singer Charlie Puth and Dutch DJ Afrojack, who will all be performing on March 18, as well as DJ Calvin Harris and American rapper Travis Scott – both performing on March 19.