21 August 2016

// // Leave a Comment

Pop Sensation Kygo to Perform at Rio Olympics 2016 Closing Ceremony

Here is the recent update regarding the Rio Olympics Closing Ceremony. According to the official sources, it is known that the International Pop sensation Kygo was announced as the person to perform at the closing ceremony of the Olympic Games that will take place on 21st of August 2016, Sunday.

Kygo is a 24 year old musician, songwriter, producer and DJ. He will be performing a smash hit “Carry Me” with the guest vocalist named Julia Michaels as the curtain of the world’s largest sporting event comes down at the Maracana Stadium of the Rio de Janeiro. Kygo has said that, the opportunity for being a part of this closing ceremony event is a big milestone in his career and it will be the biggest performances of his life. You can also check Summer Olympics Closing Ceremony details here.

Pop Sensation Kygo to Perform at Rio Olympics 2016 Closing Ceremony

New Olympic Channel Launch at 2016 Olympic Closing Ceremony

Recently, the Norwegian star has announced the association with the Olympic channel which will be the new worldwide digital platform which is known to be launched on Sunday at the closing ceremony. The IOC (International Olympic Committee's) new channel will be broadcasting the original content as well as the live sports events, highlights and news and also, it will feature the elite athletes. Kygo also added that, he have been a sports fan since forever and thus he will be able to combine that with his music and help for launching something like the Olympic Channel is like a dream come true.

The General Manager of this new Olympic Channel said that, Kygo music will speaks to the Olympic fans of the new generation. He also added that, Kygo’s performance at the closing ceremony is sure for electrifying the viewers all across the world on Sunday night as they have prepared for launching the Olympic Channel in which his music will be the main element of it through which the fans can continue their excitement of the Olympic Games and Rio all the year long.


Post a Comment

Note: only a member of this blog may post a comment.