For over a decade, the Norwegian producer with the golden touch for tropical melodies has been infusing Kygo originals and remixes with deep feels and blissfully sunny moments, spreading slowed-down euphoria across the world’s festival stages.

By taking a walk on EDM’s laid-back side, Kygo hit a sweet spot of breezy beach moments and breathtaking sunsets painted in smoother BPM brushstrokes – sprinkled with heart-tugging lyrics and keys.

Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll had ten years of piano lessons under his belt when he decided to experiment with EDM in the footsteps of Avicii, until months of trial and error inspired him to move to sonically balmier, chilled-out climes. Ed Sheeran’s folk ballad ‘I See Fire’ was among a stream of unofficial, ear-catching remixes he filled with tropical sparks and published online in 2013. The DJ/producer, however, owes his big break to a deep house original: featuring emotionally soaring vocals by Conrad Sewell, the simmering and romantic ‘Firestone’ catapulted the producer to the international charts, soon taking his bedroom explorations to the major festival stages of Lollapallooza and Coachella. Kygo’s 2016 debut album ‘Cloud Nine’ featured the hit track alongside a raft of singles driven by stirring guest vocals and glimmering production, such as ‘Stole the Show’ featuring Parson James, ‘Stay’ with Maty Noyes and ‘Nothing Left’ with Will Herd, taking the tropical house trend to lofty new heights.

But Kygo was aiming for the stars. His debut EP ‘Stargazing’ employed the likes of Selena Gomez and Ellie Goulding, with the former lending haunting vocals to the producer’s highest-charting track in the US: the bittersweet electro-pop anthem ‘It Ain’t Me’ recounted a love torn apart by alcohol addiction, signalling the EDM producer’s willingness to tackle heavier subjects over a shimmering, multi-platinum melody.

Inspired by his lifelong love affair with the piano, the producer released his second full-length ‘Kids in Love’ in 2017. It was followed by ‘Golden Hour’ (2020) — racking up hundreds of millions of streams on the back of singles like ‘Higher Love’, the producer’s remix of Whitney Houston’s uplifting Steve Winwood cover — and ‘Thrill of the Chase’ (2022), an album he worked on during the pandemic, expanding his universe of expressive, pop-leaning dance melodies. In between, the prolific DJ/producer dropped ear-snagging cuts with the likes of pop-rockers Imagine Dragons, in the ecstatic ‘Born to Be Yours’, while introducing timeless music icons to the EDM masses with fresh iterations of sparkling classics, including a remix of Donna Summer’s sizzling disco hit ‘Hot Stuff’ and Tina Turner’s “What’s Love Got to Do With It’, the pop-rock legend’s last release before her passing.

Our package includes the following: –

  • Luxurious overnight accommodation
  • Signature cocktail before the concert
  • Full Irish breakfast in the morning
  • Complimentary wifi throughout the hotel

Please note our package does not include tickets for shows.

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Dec 13 2024

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  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Dec 13 2024


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