In the age of short hiatuses and sensational reunions, it's hard to accept that Swedish House Mafia have departed the EDM scene for good, especially considering their role in shaping that scene for the last 10 years. But if One Last Tour does turn out to be their swan song—the set was recorded in Los Angeles on the second-to-last night of their farewell tour of the same name—it's one heck of a note to go out on. The two-hour dance-athon features singles, remixes, and rarities alongside SHM's biggest hits, including "Don't You Worry Child," "Greyhound," and of course "Save the World," which concludes their set here as the crowd of 70,000 sings along. SHJ shows are famous for being among the biggest spectacles in modern music, each a fantasia of mesmeric visuals, sweeping crescendos, blockbuster drops, and ecstatic atmospherics. All of those are captured here for posterity, at least until the Swedes reform for their epic comeback.