For the first time ever, the iconic Nobel Peace Prize Concert will be streamed live on YouTube. Australian born YouTube star Derek Muller is set to join in on the Nobel Peace Prize Concert festivities as the host of the NPPC YouTube Live special. From his backstage vantage point, Muller will […]
Derulo and Emel join Kygo, a-ha, and Aurora at Signature Event to Honor the National Dialogue Quartet from Tunisia. Nobel Peace Prize Concert organizers announced today that Jason Derulo and Tunisian native Emel Mathlouthi will perform at the 22th annual Nobel Peace Prize Concert on Friday December 11th in Oslo, […]
Norway’s biggest international music star will perform at the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize Concert. Since his breakthrough, Kygo has released a number of hit songs, including a remix of “Take on Me.” Kygo joins a-ha, Aurora and several other international artists performing at the concert.
Star-Studded Event to Honor Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, the National Dialogue Quartet from Tunisia.
Nobel Peace Prize Concert organizers announced today that legendary television personality and comedian Jay Leno will host the 22nd Annual Nobel Peace Prize Concert on Friday, December 11th in Oslo, Norway at the Telenor Arena.
The first two artists for this year’s Nobel Peace Prize Concert have been announced. Norwegian artists a-ha and Aurora will perform at the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize Concert on 11 December. The concert has historically been held at the Oslo Spektrum, however this year it will be at Telenor Arena, […]
“We look forward to welcoming a global audience and international artists to the Telenor Arena for the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize Concert,” says Olav Njølstad, chairman of Nobel Peace Prize – Research and Information AS and director of the Norwegian Nobel Institute.
Tickets for the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize Concert are on sale now. Be the first to get yours.
Tickets are available from the Billettservice (Ticket Master), Telenor Arena, Narvesen and 7-Eleven
The Norwegian Nobel Committee has decided that the Nobel Peace Prize for 2015 is to be awarded to the National Dialogue Quartet for its decisive contribution to the building of a pluralistic democracy in Tunisia in the wake of the Jasmine Revolution of 2011.