By: Shayla Lee

Danish pop superstar MØ has over two billion Spotify streams, has played at the world’s largest festivals, and frequently collaborates with some of the most prominent musicians in the music industry. On January 30th, MØ made a stop in Vancouver on her Forever Neverland tour. Playing at the Commodore, the night was an energetic colorful dance party that left fans elated.

LPX kicked the night off with a badass powerful performance filled with strong vocals, high energy, and a great connection with the crowd. The woman behind LPX is Lizzy Plapinger, co-founder of Neon Gold Records and one half of the alternative pop duo MS MR. LPX performed most of the songs from her EP ‘Bolt in the Blue’ and excited fans with a sneak peek of her upcoming single.

MØ emerged in dimmed lights wearing a hat and carrying an energy that felt unstoppable. Starting her night off with ‘Purple Like the Summer Rain,’ MØ excited fans the second she came on stage. As if her vibrant presence on the main stage wasn’t enough, MØ appeared in the sound booth at the back of the venue mid-set where she performed a few songs. She then got right on the audience’s level and performed in the crowd. Finishing off with ‘Lean On,’ her collaboration with Major Lazer and DJ Snake, she exited the stage to loud cheering from everyone in the venue. She returned for a three-song encore and fittingly finished off the night with ‘Final Song.’

MØ is continuing her tour in California this week before heading to the UK. Information about her tour dates can be found here. Stay up to date with MØ on Instagram. A photo gallery of the night is below!

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Posted by:Femme Riot

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