Swedish House Mafia Reveal Access All Areas Lifetime Pass Competition

Last week during their mainstage headline set at Creamfields, Swedish House Mafia dropped a cryptic reveal with something special set for today’s date on the screen. As many eagerly waited, some began to think the announcement was for their Berlin pop up show. However, now the trio has finally unveiled what the special concept they had in store really was.

It’s sadly not new music, but instead the launch of a Lifetime membership to Swedish House Mafia. The concept is still rather interesting none the less, given it is something for the fans. So what exactly can you win?

If you’re one of the 33 lucky fans to get selected you can walk away with a lifetime pass to all their shows, customised merch and more “special events” for free. This potentially means you’re able to turn up to any festival they play and get access if they are on the line-up.

The reveal shows off a shiny matte black card with three holes in it, which we expect the winners will eventually be sent. You can enter by dropping your details via their website until September 13th. Want to have your shot at the prize, click here and drop your details:




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