Swedish House Mafia Adds Calvin Harris, A-Trak, and Others to Masquerade Motel

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One month, a week, and three days ago, Crossfade dropped the awesome bomb that Swedish House Mafia would be bringing Masquerade Motel back to Miami for an Ultra week explosion of overindulgence and excess.

At the time, we only had a date, March 26. There wasn't (and still isn't) a confirmed location. And the lineup was being kept totally secret.

Until now ... Just added: Calvin Harris, A-Track, and eight eight others. See the cut for the new official Masquerade Motel video trailer, the updated lineup, and full event details.

Masquerade Motel Miami 2011 Lineup

-Swedish House Mafia (Axwell, Steve Angello, and Sebastian Ingrosso)



-Armand van Helden

-Calvin Harris

-Dirty South

-Kim Fai

-Max Vangeli

-Pete Tong

-Third Party

-Thomas Gold

-Guests TBA

Swedish House Mafia presents The One Night Stand at the Masquerade Motel. Saturday, March 26. The party starts at 2 p.m. and ends at 11 p.m. Early-bird tickets cost $50 and general admission tickets cost $75 via wantickets.com. Ages 21 and up. Visit Swedish House Mafia's Facebook event page or swedishhousemafia.com.

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