The Swedish House Mafia will be riding their "One Last Tour" in North America this February, and have added some special guests for their New York tour stops.

Armand Van Helden, a legend in the American dance music scene, will be spinning for the first time in NYC for the first time in five years at SHM's Madison Square Garden show on March 1st; that show will also feature the legendary Pete Tong, who has also been added to their March 2nd Barclays Center show. Both are sold out, so if you don't have a friend, tell your lucky friend who does to enjoy themselves.

Their Black Tie Rave is going into their second auction on February 1st; tickets for that start at $100 a pop. Get in on those early, as Pete Tong and Carl Kennedy are also on that bill. All proceeds go to Save the Children, and all spots on their US tour will allow concert goers the option to donate $10 at the door.

Finally, the March 8th stop on their tour hits the Masquerade Hotel in Los Angeles, and acts like Nero and Sub Focus have been booked for that show alongside Monsta and Clockwork. Not one to miss at all; info on this stop and all other dates are all available at