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  • Alan Walker Performs Unmasked for the First Time



    Alan Walker stunned fans in Las Vegas over the weekend with an unprecedented reveal at LIV Nightclub, where he performed without a mask for the first time in his career.

    The chart-topping Norwegian producer, celebrated for his signature incognito performances, DJed without the signature mask and hood he'd been wearing since 2015. Nearly a decade following the success of his breakout hit "Faded," Walker also fittingly debuted a new show concept aptly titled "Unmasked."

    In an evening that promised more than just a musical exhibition, the move marked a dramatic shift in his artistic presentation, creating a deeper connection with his audience and a fresh chapter in an already illustrious touring career. Under the neon lights of the new LIV at Fontainebleau Las Vegas, Walker also debuted a new single, "Unsure," which features singer and actress Kylie Cantrall.

    Check out photos and a clip from Walker's performance below. "Unsure" is scheduled to release on May 2nd and fans can pre-save the track here.

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