David Guetta Paris Finale- The One Night Show A blog regarding to the finale of David Guetta’s one night performance in Paris.
David Guetta is a French DJ, songwriter, record producer and remixer who has sold over nine million albums and thirty million singles worldwide. In 2011 Guetta was voted as the number one DJ in the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs fan poll. In 2013 Billboard crowned “When Love Takes Over” as the number one dance-pop collaboration of all time.
David Guetta has performed at numerous music festivals including Coachella, Electric Daisy Carnival, Ultra Music Festival, Tomorrowland, Stereosonic and Summerburst. In 2010 he created a mix with the Black Eyed Peas called “The E.N.D.” Mix and his 2011 mix album Nothing but the Beat 2.0, which reached number one on the Dance/Electronic Albums chart.
David Guetta was born in Paris France to a Moroccan Jewish father and a mother of Belgian descent; his father Albert was a sociologist who also worked as a restaurant manager while his mother Pierre worked as a housewife. He attended high school in Paris’ 17th arrondissement where he formed an interest in disco and synthpop music while listening
David Guetta Paris Finale- The One Night Show
The David Guetta Paris Finale is soon to be held in the City of Love and Lights, at the Palais Omnisport de Bercy. For EDM (electronic dance music) lovers, coming to this event is like a dream come true. This will be the one night show that you would not want to miss.
The event starts from 8:00 PM, November 29th, 2011 and will last until 4:00 AM. This one night show has become so popular that it is already sold out for tickets. But we still have some left, so hurry up and grab your tickets before they are all gone.
The line-up for the performers playing at this event includes Bob Sinclar, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Joachim Garraud. David Guetta himself will play his sets during this much awaited performance.
David Guetta has been on a roll this past year, releasing his most recent album “Listen” in November 2014, followed by the release of his deluxe edition of Listen in March 2015 with even more new tracks.
Since then he has been touring around the world and performing at many different music festivals. In the past few weeks he performed at Tomorrowland, Ushuaia Ibiza, and EDC Las Vegas.
David Guetta is one of my favorite DJ’s, so I decided to follow him around and attend some of the shows he played while he was on tour in Europe this summer.
Over the past few days I’ve been to four David Guetta concerts: Ultra Music Festival Croatia on July 12th, EDC UK on July 14th, Tomorrowland Belgium on July 19th, and finally his Paris Finale- The One Night Show on July 25th.
“The One Night Show” was the finale of David Guetta’s world tour – and it was the perfect way to end a very successful year.
David Guetta has always been one of those DJs, who could deliver amazing sets night after night. He always looks like he is having a good time behind the decks – and that is exactly what he did at “The One Night Show” in Paris!
The event took place on December 8th (Friday) at the Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, which is one of the most famous indoor sports arenas in France. At least 12.000 fans from all over Europe attended the show.
It all began with a performance by Robin Schulz, who has become very popular thanks to his tracks “Waves”, “Prayer in C” or “Sun Goes Down”. His set was nice and upbeat – but it did not make me want to dance.
After Robin Schulz performed, David Guetta made an appearance on stage and started off with some live guitar playing. He played some of his own hits as well as some remixes of Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky”.
Towards the middle of his set, David Guetta also had some help by Robin Schulz
At the time of writing, there are only hours left until David Guetta’s grand finale for his One Night Show in Paris. The show that begun on December 20th has finally reached its end.
As fans around the world nervously anticipate the outcome of this show, it is easy to reflect back upon what this event has meant to France and to the fans.
This show was the first of its kind: a show lasting an entire month, which seemed to be a stretch for even the most popular DJ in the world. The One Night Show has done well so far, with fans flocking from all over the world to see their favorite DJ perform. But in these last few hours of his performance, it is fair to question whether David Guetta can finish off his show with a bang or if he will be going out with a whimper.
From a business standpoint, this show was always going to be risky for David Guetta and for everyone involved. A performance spanning more than 30 days cannot help but lose some of its luster as time goes by and some fans may have become tired of attending such a long-running event.
Moreover, many fans did not anticipate any real changes in his shows after attending an initial performance early on in December. As
French DJ David Guetta’s One Night show finale in Paris was the best I’ve ever attended. With the biggest names in electronic dance music like Afrojack and Nicky Romero it was bound to be one for the books. The crowd, atmosphere, and performances were all off the charts.
The show began with a huge bang as Romeo kicked off the party with a mix of electro and progressive house tunes. He was followed by another great performance by Denzal Park who brought out his full arsenal of tracks including his latest collaboration with Melbourne Bounce duo Will Sparks.
Afrojack took over next and he did not disappoint. Here’s a video of him playing one of his new tracks “Cliffhanger”:
Nicky Romero then got behind the decks and dropped his latest hit “Symphonica” (check it out here) which sent the crowd into a frenzy. His set was filled with nothing but huge melodies and basslines that had everyone jumping up and down for more than an hour; the perfect way to close out an amazing night.
The night started off with a great performance by Nicky Romero. His set was pretty good and had a good mix of different types of songs. The best part of his set had to be when he played his remix of Avicii’s “Levels” which was one of the better tracks from that night.
Afterwards, Sebastian Ingrosso took over the stage and played for around forty-five minutes. He played some great songs like his remix of “Titanium” by David Guetta and “Calling (Lose My Mind)” by Swedish House Mafia.
Then, David Guetta came out on stage and played for around three hours straight! His set was amazing! I have been to many dance parties before but this one was definitely the best one I have ever been too!
David Guetta opened up with his hit single “Titanium” which got everyone excited for what was about to come next in the show…