French superstar and Dubai resident, David Guetta, ranked the world’s #1 DJ in 2020, will give an incredible performance for fans worldwide on the helipad of the iconic Burj Al Arab Jumeirah. The entire online event will be available to enjoy, free of charge. Dubai-based fans can watch the performance at 6pm on Saturday, 6 February 2021 on David Guetta’s YouTube channel.
Staged against the backdrop of Dubai’s beautiful sunset, fireworks and indomitable spirit, it is a stunning production of music and lights designed to contribute towards efforts to keep the city and its diverse offering in the global spotlight. David Guetta dedicates his performance to this city he calls home, and invites his millions of followers worldwide to come together for the online event at Dubai’s legendary landmark in a show of solidarity, hope and optimism, as the world continues to battle the pandemic.
Through this unique event, David Guetta aims to raise funds towards supporting UNICEF, as well as Dubai Cares’ Education Uninterrupted campaign, a nationwide fundraising campaign that tackles the impact of the Covid-19 outbreak on the education of children and youth. The campaign called on the UAE community to make financial and in-kind donations in support of children and youth from low-income families who cannot afford to purchase a desktop computer, laptop or tablet to join their peers in distance learning from the safety of their home.
Speaking about his unique charity performance, David Guetta said, “After Miami, New York and the Louvre in Paris, I am very proud to announce that we’re heading to the top of the iconic Burj Al Arab Jumeirah for another United At Home show, this time in a city that is dear to my heart: Dubai. So far, we raised more than $1.6 million and counting, thanks to my fans across the globe. In these difficult times, we hope to bring comfort, joy, and support through the power of music and emotions. We have supported many charities and helped make a real difference in people’s lives during the pandemic. We continue in this direction today, benefiting UNICEF and Dubai Cares.”