November 26, 2022
Norwegian Megastar DJ KYGO arrives in Brazil to perform at Espaço Unimed |  SEGS

Norwegian Megastar DJ KYGO arrives in Brazil to perform at Espaço Unimed | SEGS

Espaço Unimed, one of the main concert halls in Brazil, announces one of the most awaited attractions for fans of good music. On Sunday, November 13, the house will host Norwegian star KYGO, who will bring special guests Frank Walker, Bachchar and Maz.

Whether it’s behind the piano, which he’s been playing since he was six, in his studio or leading an all-out festival, KYGO is reasserting his place as a global superstar, a dynamic DJ with incredible talent and a producer with a huge vision for the future. The Norwegian musician, born Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll, made his debut in 2013 and has quietly become one of the most popular hit makers worldwide.

With an aggregate of 23 billion global audio and video streams by 2022, the award-winning DJ has already broken several records. One of her biggest hits, for example, was the multi-platinum single “It Ain’t Me” (featuring Selena Gomez), which reached the top ten on the Billboard Hot 100 and reached over 2.9 billion songs worldwide.

In 2019, KYGO released “Higher Love” (featuring Whitney Houston) and grossed over 1.4 billion combined broadcasts/views worldwide, reaching #1 on dance radio as well as making its mark on classics. The Norwegian superstar announced his third album in 2020, the critically acclaimed Golden Hour, which saw global hits like “Like It Is” (featuring Zara Larsson & Tyga), “Lose Somebody” (featuring OneRepublic), and “I’ll Wait” (with Sacha Alex Sloan.) The album grossed over 2.5 billion streams worldwide.After the Golden Hour, Kygo released a remix of “What Love Got To Do With It” by Tina Turner and “Hot Stuff” by Donna Summer, which were critically acclaimed Critics.Kygo became the first home music producer to perform at an Olympic closing ceremony in August 2016. He has also performed at the 2019 Bahrain Grand Prix, the 2021 Mexican Grand Prix, and most recently the 2022 Miami Grand Prix.

After a fantastic 2021, 2022 once again proved to be another great year for Frank Walker. He recently released Madness with Sam Feldt and Zak Abel. The Canadian from Toronto dazzled fans around the world, touring on stages in Europe, Asia and North America. Backed by the best in the industry and newly signed to Sony Music, the Canadian producer has become a mainstay for Spotify’s Dance & Pop playlist. As his career grows, Frank has just released a song with Two Feet and has official remixes for The Chainsmokers, Marshmello, Kesha, Little Mix, and ZAYN.

Bhaskar started his story in 2004, when he was 12 years old, when he started his first venture with his twin brother Alok. During his career, he has amassed quite a few hit songs to his name including “Fuego” (over 130 million streams on Spotify) and “Infinity” (over 70 million streams on Spotify) and has collaborated and remixed respective artists from the music industry, music , like Eve, is a resident of Tomorrowland. V, Moguai, Dubdogz, Wankelmut, Lucas Estrada, Brazilian pop star Anitta, and her brother Alok.

Maz, in 2019, already in Nova Bookings, the artist raised the level of his career, collecting very important offers. During this period, he had several groups in the largest clubs and festivals in Brazil, including Rock in Rio 19, Lollapalooza 19, Universo Paralello 19/20, Warung Beach Club, Planeta Brasil 20, Laroc Club, Green Valley, Privilege and Matahari, Das Flower Festival, to name a few. One of the highlights of his career was his ability to perform at Universo Parallello in 2019/2020, when he fulfilled his career dream, as one of the most rewarding moments of his life.

Tickets are on sale and can be purchased online or at the box office of Espaço Unimed.

About Unimed Space

Re-opened in 2012, Espaço Unimed is the new name of Espaço das Américas, established as the largest space for concerts, social events, companies and exhibitions in São Paulo, with a capacity of 8 thousand people. 2011, Ensuring the comfort and well-being of the public. The new stage has been developed to provide better visibility from all angles, giving customers more convenience for small and large performances.

Contemporary architecture and décor signed by Spaniard Carlos Fiqueira offer innovative solutions that provide flexibility and sophistication to attend events and turn them into fantastic events.

Among the main differences of the house are its accessible location, close to Barra Funda subway station and main roads, as well as versatility in assuming different layouts and configurations. In the internal structure, there is a luxurious entrance hall for 1,000 people, a main hall of about 3,500 square meters, five screens with front projection, central air conditioning, four bars, two cabins with exclusive bathrooms and four comfortable dressing rooms with balcony. Living room. Additionally, Espaço Unimed has its own buffet and industrial kitchen that develops set menus for each event, with the ability to serve up to 4,000 dinners at a time.

Since its opening, it has hosted big names in national and international music such as Armin Van Buuren, Claudia Leitte, Criolo, Emicida, Ivete Sangalo, Los Hermanos, Morrissey, Noel Gallagher, Os Paralamas do Sucesso, Robert Plant, and Slash, and Tears for Fears, Tiesto, Titans, among others.

Services: KYGO at Espaço Unimed – November 13, 2022 (Sunday)
Show: KYGO at Espaço Unimed with special guests Frank Walker, Bhaskhar and Maz – November 13, 2022 (Sunday)
Date: November 13, 2022 (Sunday)
Opening of the house: 2 pm
Show start: 16 hours (first show) | 8 p.m. (main attraction)
Location: Espaço das Unimed (Rua Tagipuru, 795 – Barra Funda – São Paulo – SP)
Age classification: 16 years old
Tickets: Track: R$400.00 (full) and R$200.00 (half).
Ticket Purchases: Ticket Purchases: https://www.gpweek.com.br/kygo
Payment methods: Credit Card (Aura, American Express, Mastercard, Diners, Discover, Elo, JCB, Visa) and Bank Voucher. We do not accept checks.
Prohibited Items: Professional or semi-professional photography camera (large cameras with external zoom or that change lenses), video cameras, audio recorders, laser pens, any type of tripod, selfie stick, team jerseys, chains and belts, plastic bottles, Alcoholic beverages, toxic substances, fireworks, flammable materials in general, things that can cause injury, firearms, white weapons, glasses, glasses in general, whole fruits, aluminum cans, umbrellas, newspapers, magazines, flags, banners, motorcycle helmets and the like.