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Axwell and Steve Angello of Swedish House Mafia Return to Miami November 26 and 27

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It ain't no Masquerade Motel, but two-thirds of the Swedish House Mafia are coming back to the city -- for separate gigs, mind you. Yes, the guys still make time to tour as solo acts. Though, with their rising status as superstar DJs, we wonder for how much longer.

The oldest of the three, Axwell arrives first on Friday, November 26, for his gig at LIV. And with the night falling on a weekend night, tickets are unsurprisingly $75 for general admission.

Then on Saturday, November 27, Steve Angello will be at Space. Tickets are a much more reasonable $45. Before Swedish House Mafia's current commercial success, Angello was perhaps most famous for getting into a spat with Paris Hilton and her then-boyfriend Doug Reinhardt during WMC 2009 after Hilton requested Angello play hip-hop and he refused. Got to love a DJ who won't bow to the whim of a famous-for-nothing socialite.

Tickets for both events are available at wantickets.com.

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