“I can’t believe the love” – Robyn responds to fans who held dance party on NYC subway after her gig

"I'm overwhelmed"

Robyn has responded to a video of her fans that went viral following a recent performance in New York City.

Robyn’s performance at Madison Square Gardens inspired a huge post-gig dance party on the subway as hundreds of attendees sang ‘Hang With Me’ and ‘Dancing on My Own.’

Videos of the fans were posted online and went viral yesterday, with Robyn later responding to the moment by thanking fans on social media.

Advertisement

Posting on Instagram, Robyn wrote: “I’m overwhelmed. Someone just posted this video and I can’t believe the love in this subway station. Thank you New York.” Later on, the musician added “feeling the love, NYC” on Twitter.

You can watch footage of the moment here and read Robyn’s reaction below:

https://twitter.com/jercorley/status/1104243243250868224

Advertisement

Recently, Adele attended one of Robyn’s shows in LA and documented the experience on Instagram.

The ‘Hello’ singer shared a video clip from the show of ‘Dancing On My Own’, in which the music cut out and the 5,000-strong crowd sung the words back at Robyn. In the video, you can hear Adele laughing before joining in with the singalong.

“Robyn tonight at the palladium,” she captioned the post. “I’ve never danced so much.” 

The ‘Honey’ world tour arrives in the UK in April, when Robyn will play two shows at London’s Alexandra Palace. She will return in August to headline Oxfordshire’s Wilderness Festival. Robyn will play:

April 2019

12 – London, Alexandra Palace (Buy tickets)
13 – London, Alexandra Palace (Buy tickets)

August 2019

1-4 – Wilderness Festival, Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire

Advertisement
Advertisement

General Election 2019: Conservatives declared winners after disastrous night for Labour

Jeremy Corbyn and Jo Swinson will both stand down as party leaders.

Edward Norton: “If you take your work seriously, it’s all-consuming”

The 'Fight Club' star on working with Thom Yorke, new film 'Motherless Brooklyn' and building a Hollywood legacy
Advertisement