David Guetta gives back to India with #Guetta4Good

David Guetta gives back to India with #Guetta4Good


Profits from the special charity performance in Bengaluru to go towards educating under privileged children

He is arguably the world’s biggest and most successful DJ of all time. He has played a pivotal role in turning dance music into the chart-topping juggernaut that it is today. He first toured India in 2012, and has subsequently performed to massive crowds all across the country. Now, David Guetta wants to give back to the nation that has given him so much love.The dance music powerhouse be back in India on a charitable note with the #Guetta4Good show in Bengaluru on 12th January 2017 put together by Sunburn, one of the Biggest Music Festivals in the World. With the philosophy to be seen as ambassador of change, the DJ who shares a special connection with the country will be making a special contribution towards underprivileged children from leading children’s non-profit organization, Magic Bus with all the funds raised from the performance being donated to the latter

Through #Guetta4Good, David Guetta is also urging fans to make a social difference. To attend this special performance, fans will purchase donor passes available at nominal rates the proceeds from which will be donated to Magic Bus, to educate even more children.Commenting on this special performance, David Guetta said, “India is a magical place. The energy that I get from the country and the fans creatively inspires me. Music can change lives.”

Karan Singh, CEO Sunburn said, “We are extremely excited to have the iconic David Guetta perform in India for this noble cause and would like to thank him once again for his benevolent gesture. The idea of using music as a medium to raise funds to support our children is one that has connected with the youth of India and am sure we will see an overwhelming response for David’s performance come January. We have always believed that music transcends all boundaries and this is a unique way of integrating dance music with the concept of supporting a charity has certainly come of age.” After putting together some of the biggest music concerts for charity in India in the past, this would be the first one for the year 2017.

About David Guetta

David Guetta has played a pivotal role in turning dance music into the chart-topping juggernaut it is today. His impact has been impossible to ignore, or to underestimate. He can be considered among the elite group of super-producers whose sound is synonymous with an era – such as Trevor Horn, Rick Rubin or Dr Dre. It was in 2009 that Guetta, a successful DJ and dance-music producer with three albums and a residency in Ibiza, became a trailblazing artist. He did it by fusing dance music with urban artists on fourth album – his first in terms of global mainstream success – ‘One Love’. By teaming up with some of the biggest names in hip hop and R&B, and reinventing their sound for the electronic dancefloors, Guetta created pop alchemy. The ensuing hits – such as ‘I Gotta Feeling’ with Black Eyed Peas, ‘When Love Takes Over’ with Kelly Rowland and ‘Sexy Bitch’ with Akon – propelled him to superstardom. They also set a new template for the sound of commercial radio, especially in the US. This was instrumental in turning EDM into the biggest youth movement since hip hop.

At the helm of it all, David has established himself as arguably the world’s biggest and most successful DJ of all time. From the trailblazing success of ‘One Love’, the Launchpad for taking his vision for dance music worldwide, he has scaled unprecedented heights. David was verified as (and remains) the most Shazamed artist of all time, played live to over a record 1.5 million people across the world during the course of 2014, his iconic, long-standing Pacha Ibiza residency continued to go from strength to strength and he became the first DJ in history to amass over two billion streams via Spotify in 2015. David Guetta was also confirmed as the official artist to create the sound of UEFA Euro 2016, which was held in his native France. He wrote and produced the official UEFA Euro 2016 soundtrack, which was released in the build-up to the tournament. His role was to create the musical identity for the entire tournament, which included everything from in-stadia audio to global broadcast sequences.