Kygo to Livestream a Performance From the Top of a Snowy Mountain In Norway

Johannes Lovund


Norway's soaring Sunmøre Alps are a renowned destinations for skiers, hikers and other nature enthusiasts. In March, the country's native son Kygo will turn the breathtaking mountain range into a concert venue for an elevated winter wonderland livestream performance.

Live From the Sunmore Alps will feature the pop-EDM phenom playing a career-spanning collection of hits from the top of a mountain whilst behind a piano and bundled up for the weather. This performance will air on March 4 or 5, depending on location, and is presented via Moment House, the premium livestreaming platform also behind shows from Danny Brown, Tate McRae, Flux Pavilion and blackbear.

Tickets go on sale this Friday, Feb. 10, at 10 a.m. local time.

While other DJs have hustled hard in the livestream space since the start of quarantine, Kygo has been a bit quieter, with this upcoming stream being his first major performance since last May's Golden Hour livestream event, played in honor of the release of his album of the same name.

Since then, the producer has released a pair of diva-tastic remixes, putting his touch on Tina Turner's "What's Love Got to Do With It" and Donna Summer's "Hot Stuff" in the summer and fall of 2020.

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