Free Ticket Wednesday: Swedish House Mafia at Los Angeles State Historic Park, March 8

Free Ticket Wednesday: Swedish House Mafia at Los Angeles State Historic Park, March 8

Swedish House Mafia are truly a bunch of sell-outs. That's not a knock on them, though. What else do you call a group of DJs who sell out every single show on their farewell tour? Since the DJ trifecta of



Steve Angello


Sebastian Ingrosso

joined forces in 2008, it's safe to say they've really been an unavoidable force in the EDM world. Literally, their music is everywhere. On October 22, the group will release their swan song album,

Until Now

, highlighted by their single "Don't Worry Child" (featuring

John Martin

). Since announcing their hiatus in June, questions abound about whether or not the three of them will ever work together again. We've chosen to remain optimistic. After all, no one every really leaves the mafia--not even the Swedes. 

Announced on September 24, their aptly-titled final outing dubbed One Last Tour has recently added more dates due to ridiculously high demand, including a new date at Los Angeles State Historic Park on Mar. 8. SHM are already slated to bring their Masquerade Motel performance to town on Mar. 9 for a 35,000 capacity crowd (which sold out in less than 30 minutes). Tickets for Mar. 8 go on sale this Friday (Oct. 5). BUT, we here at Heard Mentality have ONE PAIR of tickets to give away before the box office opens. No, this is not a joke. Find out how to win two of the most coveted tickets on the planet after the jump!
All you have to do to win tickets is leave us a message on Heard Mentality's Twitter and/or Facebook page (see links below) that tells us your favorite memory from a Swedish House Mafia show--keep it short! Winners will be notified on Friday morning. Your name and tickets will be held at will call.

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