EDM artist Kygo performed two huge shows at The Anthem on Monday and Tuesday. Kygo’s second show had a bit of a Caps flavor.
The night after the Capitals beat the Pittsburgh Penguins and advanced to the third round for the first time in two decades, Kygo held up a custom-stitched number 91 Caps jersey to the crowd.
— Cornercopia (@Cornercopia) May 9, 2018
Several Caps fans in attendance freaked out by the gesture, posting photos and video on Twitter.
— Chris Jones (@chrisrjones14) May 9, 2018
— Chris Chërn (@dcitty) May 9, 2018
@russianmachine kygo just held up a caps jersey to fuckin wild applause
— ian (@Bro_nads) May 9, 2018
Several Capitals players, as well as Zach Leonsis, were in attendance Tuesday night. After the show, Brett Connolly, Tom Wilson, Andre Burakovsky, Philipp Grubauer, and Chandler Stephenson took a photo with Kygo and Sam Hurwitz (son of Seth Hurwitz The Anthem’s owner) backstage.
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Kygo is a Norwegian-born, world-renowned producer, songwriter, DJ and music marvel who has turned himself into an international sensation. He was crowned Spotify’s Breakout Artist of 2015, as songs including “Firestone (feat. Conrad Sewell)” and “Stole The Show (feat. Parson James)” went gold or platinum in sixteen countries. Kygo is the fastest artist to reach one billion streams on Spotify.
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