Matoma to Perform Alongside Alan Walker & More at Nobel Peace Prize Concert

Jimmy Fontaine


Desmond Tutu. The 14th Dalai Lama. Nelson Mandela. Barack Obama. Malala Yousafzi.

What do all these names have in common? They're all Nobel Peace Prize winners, and if they show up to this year's celebration on Monday, Dec. 11, they can also say they've seen Matoma and Alan Walker live, because the tropical house producer and the masked music man will share a stage honoring this year's recipient at the official Nobel Peace Prize concert.

#PeaceIsLoud goes the slogan for what will inevitably be an historic and unforgettable evening. Both artists will represent their native Norway and lay down feel-good hits, from Matoma's "Running Out" to Walker's newly-released "All Falls Down." Electronic isn't the only flavor on the menu: Matoma and Walker will be joined by R&B icon John Legend, Swedish singer-songwriter Zara Larsson, and Norwegian pop artist Sigrid.

It's an international night of love, joy and reverence. Walker and Matoma are more than honored to have a hand in the evening. Learn more about the Nobel Peace Concert online.


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