On Thursday (or Friday, depending on your time zone), Kygo will release his virtual concert, performed from atop a snowy mountain in Norway's Sunnmore Alps. To make it happen, the Norwegian DJ and pop hitmaker spent more than $100,000 of his own money, according to manager Myles Shear. "Since I started touring, this is the longest time I've gone without playing a show so I wanted to do something really special in Norway," Kygo tells Rolling Stone . "To me, the Sunnmore Alps are a perfect setting that displays the beauty of Norway. Growing up, I've spent a lot of time skiing and hiking in the mountains across Norway and wanted to show everyone who hasn't been to Norway a bit of what it's really like." Related Stories Kings of Leon Will Be the First Band to Release an Album as an NFT Shawn Mendes’ Manager Is Helping Launch a New NFT Marketplace Related Stories From Soup Nazis to Nuts: 100 Best ‘Seinfeld’ Characters ‘Silence of the Lambs’: ‘It Broke All the Rules’ For the show's presentation, Kygo partnered with the Scooter Braun-backed company Moment House, a video-streaming platform used by the likes of Halsey and Clive Davis . He… Read full this story
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