Set to release his third studio album titled ‘Golden Hour’ on May 29, Kygo decided to make the day even more memorable for himself and his fans.
While every single track on the album sees the Norwegian Producer/DJ collaborate with big names in the world of music, some will also be performing as part of the festival like Sandro Cavazza among others. The Golden Hour Festival will also see sets by Alan Walker, Zac Brown, and OneRepublic among more.
GOLDEN HOUR FESTIVAL, streaming live May 29th!
I'm celebrating my album launch with some amazing artists and finishing it off by performing the songs from Golden Hour for the first time! pic.twitter.com/Vd66P0ljIM
— Kygo (@KygoMusic) May 26, 2020
As part of his set, Kygo will be performing the new album in its entirety for the very first time to the global audiences. Since each artist will be playing their sets remotely as well, they will be streaming form all around the world. While Kygo and Alan Walker will be playing their sets from Norway, Zac Brown will be streaming from Southern Atlanta, Chelsea Cutler from Connecticut, Jimmy Buffett from Malibu, and OneRepublic will be streaming from an event venue in Los Angeles.
The event will also take the opportunity to raise funds for charitable organizations such as Baby2Baby, Crew Nation, and the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund. YouTube and Google will also be matching $2 for every $1 that is donated to the pandemic relief cause.
The festival which is taking place in partnership with streaming platform LiveXLive, as well as Palm Tree Crew management, will stream on LiveXLive platform, app, and YouTube, as well as Kygo’s YouTube channel here. The festival can be streamed globally on May 29th from 4 pm ET onwards.
Check out the teasers of each of the 18-tracks from Golden Hour below and get ready for May 29! You can also pre-order or pre-save the album here.
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