On the debut episode of Monumental: An Artists Den Experience, Ellie Goulding brings her shimmering, hook-laden synth pop to the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, in London. She performs at the world’s largest Victorian glasshouse, also the most biodiverse place on Earth. The result is a stunning visual spectacle and a concert experience unlike any other. Before the performance, Goulding, who is a global activist for actionable change against climate change, shares her platform with Dr. Carly Cowell, a senior science policy analyst and leader in Kew’s conservation research. With an unprecedented level of narrative and production, Ellie Goulding’s performance is Monumental in every sense of the word.
“Monumental: An Artists Den Experience” is a music performance special available on Amazon Freevee and Prime Video that takes storytelling and location to their apexes. Watch Monumental: Ellie Goulding at Kew Gardens here for free.
Monumental: Ellie Goulding at Kew Gardens is a stunning visual spectacle and a concert experience unlike any other.
Singer, songwriter, pop star, and activist Ellie Goulding reached the upper echelons of pop in the 2010s with a string of multi-platinum singles including “Lights,” “Burn,” “On My Mind,” and “Love Me Like You Do.” Known for her airy vocals and crystalline, dance-inspired pop, Goulding has become one of the defining UK artists of the 21st century. In the last five years, Goulding has become involved in environmental activism. She is a Global Ambassador for the United Nations Environmental Program and delivered the keynote speech at the COP26 Summit.