The chart-topping house trio Swedish House Mafia have played their first concert in India.
The performance at the Unitech Golf & Country Club on the Noida Expressway formed part of the group's farewell world tour, which has already taken in a date in Dubai.
Dressed in black T-shirts, the members of the DJ supergroup were only visible as silhouettes against a backdrop of lasers, smoke and bursts of fire.
Absorbed in the music and atmosphere, the crowd swayed along as the trio - Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrossoo - played hits such as Nothing Like Love and Leave The World Behind.
At one point the Indian flag was shown across a huge screen while Chris Martin's vocals sang "so you can hurt me back, but still I'll raise the flag" during their official remix of Coldplay's Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall.
In-between songs Axwell encouraged the crowd to "put your hands together" and the audience went crazy when they played their latest hit and the official song of their One Last Tour, Don't You Worry Child.
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