with Special Guests
Thu, Jan 24
with Special Guests
|Age:||Ages 21+ Only|
|Price:||$170 GA / $415 Reserved|
Genre: Electronic, Chillout, House, Downtempo, Chillwave
21+ with a valid photo ID.
Reserved seating is available for $415 and guarantees a seat in the reserved section. If necessary groups will be paired together at tables. Seating is based on time of purchase and the configuration of groups.
There is a 4-ticket limit for general admission OR a 6-ticket limit for reserved per customer, credit card or email address. Orders exceeding these limits, or any tickets purchased for resale, may have a portion or all of their orders cancelled without notice.
Pre-sale: Thursday, September 20 @ 2pm
Public onsale: Friday, September 21 @ 2pm
The future hinges on constant forward motion. By the same token, the artists who progress determine its outcome.
Kygo consistently forges ahead and boldly braves new territory on each new song, EP, album, and tour. Since his emergence in 2013, the Norwegian-born history-making producer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, DJ, and international phenomenon has set the pace for such innovation. A cross-genre titan, he landed at #3 on Billboard’s prestigious “Dance 100” list, arguably incited the tropical house movement, and casts a wide influence over pop at large.
However, instead of maintaining speed, the genre leader increases it as he heads towards his third full-length album and even bigger stages.
“I’ve been listening to a lot of music and pushing myself to experiment with new sounds in order to continue evolving my sound,” he affirms. “I feel like I’m making some of my best music right now and can’t wait to show everyone.”
Following the arrival of 2017’s Kids In Love–which became his second #1 debut on the Billboard Top Electronic Dance Albums chart–he unleashed “Remind Me To Forget” [feat. Miguel] on the re-release of the record. Not only did it clock over 202.1 million Spotify streams, but it also soared to #16 at Dance Radio and #18 at Top 40. Simultaneously, he launched the marathon “Kids In Love” world tour. The trek traversed four continents, sold out dates everywhere, and remained a two-weekend Coachella highlight. At the latter, he ignited 100,000 screaming fans with guest appearances by everyone from Academy Award®-winning actor Jamie Foxx, Ariana Grande, and Rita Ora to frequent collaborators Conrad Sewell and Parson James.
“The Kids In Love Tour has taken me all over Europe, North America, Asia, South America, and to incredible festivals like Coachella and Sziget Festival,” Kygo goes on. “Playing these shows is always a reward to me. I get the chance to see the crowd react to the songs I’ve spent so much time creating. Playing in arenas and stadiums made me excited to get back in the studio where it all started and is still the most important to me.”
Returning to the studio, “Born To Be Yours” [feat. Imagine Dragons] kicked off the next chapter. Two months from its June 2018 release, it generated 136.7 million Spotify streams and 28 million YouTube/VEVO views. Taking over radio airwaves, it rapidly climbed at multiple formats AC, Hot AC, and Top 40. With stadium-size ambition, organic instrumentation, and powerhouse hook, “Born To Be Yours” illuminated his penchant for progression.
“It actually feels like I went back to my roots with the sounds from my first originals and remixes,” Kygo says. “I’d been working on it for a while with Imagine Dragons. Dan Reynolds wrote lyrics and recorded the vocal the night he got it. Then, we went back and forth changing and updating the production for months until we felt it was a perfect blend of our sounds.”
“Born To Be Yours” continues a tradition of smashes for Kygo. To date, he has achieved over 7 billion streams and 40 million track equivalent sales. He made history as “the first house music producer to perform at an Olympics Closing Ceremony” after closing out the 2016 Rio Olympics with “Carry Me” [feat. Julia Michaels]. He holds the distinction of being “the fastest artist to reach 1 billion streams on Spotify.”
Breakthrough smashes “Firestone” [feat. Conrad Sewell” and “Stole The Show” [feat. Parson James] were certified gold or platinum in 16 countries. Following his U.S. television debut on The Late Late Show with James Corden, he delivered unforgettable performances on Good Morning America, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, and The Ellen DeGeneres Show. His 2015 full-length debut, Cloud Nine, captured #1 on the Top Electronic Dance Albums Chart and earned a gold certification from the RIAA. Meanwhile, “It Ain’t Me” [feat. Selena Gomez] went platinum and surpassed 755 million streams since its 2017 release.
The success can be credited to his ability to transcend the dance floor and connect as any genre-defying timeless superstar would.
“I want to make music that I am proud of and excited to release,” he exclaims. “I hope my fans enjoy the new music and continue to share it, but I have received a ton of emails, letters and stories over the years about how my music has helped someone experiencing an illness, going through a tough time or even how two people have met through it. Those are the stories that make me so fortunate to be a musician and motivate me. I can’t wait to go back home to Norway and finish up what I’m working on.”
In the end, Kygo continues to progress–and popular music follows his lead.
In many ways, it’s only the beginning…
“I’m just getting started as an artist,” he leaves off. “I’ve evolved and learned so much as both an artist and a person over the last five years since I decided to quit university to pursue music full-time. I’m so grateful for everyone who has bought a ticket or streamed my music. I can only hope to keep doing this at the highest level for the rest of my life.”