Despite an early Sunday set, breakthrough Danish singer performed to a packed Gobi tent and was one of the early favorites of the day.

Joining MØ on stage at one point was Swedish singer Elliphant and the two performed their song “One More” to much appreciation.

MØ has seen her profile raise drastically in recent months with collaborations with Iggy Azalea and Major Lazer, and had this festival been curated a few months earlier, she might have been performing closer to sunset.

MØ brought her A-game performance, her signature scrunchied ponytail swinging wildly as she moved across the stage. The Major Lazer collab “Lean On” was her final song of the day, and the crowd seemed to be waiting for that one.

Words: Mark E. Ortega

Photography: Monique Hernandez




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