Intelligent electro-pop, stratospheric melodies and a vivacious vocal - internationally acclaimed Danish pop music diva MØ will perform at the Palladium music hall with a vibrant and energetic concert featuring all of her hit songs on November 23. On tour “Forever Neverland – Chapter 1” her special quest will be finnish singer ALMA. Tickets will go on sale from April 26 in “Biļešu Serviss” sales points. Price for the first tickets will be 29 Eur.
A little bit of dub-step, a little bit of soul music, a little bit from punk rock - MØ creates her own music genre that can be commercial without being corny or annoying. Not without a reason her music has gained worldwide recognition - her singles have reached the tops of music charts in Australia, United Kingdom and the United States, MØ has collaborated musically with Major Lazer, Justin Bieber, Charli XCX, Elliphant and other stars in music industry.
In 2014 when MØ received all the most prestigious Danish popular music awards with her debut album No Mythologies to Follow, including The Best Album and The Best Vocalist. Since then MØ can call stages around the world her home, she has received European Border Breakers as The Rising Star, several GAFFA-Prisen awards, and was nominated for MTV Video Music and UK Video Music Awards. The latest MØ record - EP When I Was Young – was released last year and became one of the longest kept secrets in Scandinavian music industry.
The Guardian describes her performance as a “loose-limbed choreography of wild gesticulation”, while NME compares her stage image and musical expressions with "something between Siouxsie Sioux and Jenet Jackson."
The special quest for the tour “Forever Neverland – Chapter 1” is finnish singer ALMA. Alma’s extraordinary soulful voice and sharply observed lyrics hit somewhere between Sia and Amy Winehouse. The 22-year-old finnish powerhouse is currently working with MNEK, Rudimental, Charlie XCX, Sub Focus, Tove Lo, Justin Tranter and 2 Inch Punch.
MØ will perform in Riga, at Palladium music hall on November 23. The tickets will be on sale on April 26 in “Biļešu Serviss” sales points. The price for the firts tickets will be 29 EUR.