David Guetta redefines charity music events with United At Home

Back in March, the pandemic halted the whole music industry but has been especially hard for millions of families around the world. David Guetta took it as an opportunity to offer a helping hand to those in need with United At Home: charity livestreams in unique locations to raise funds for organisations that need help during the pandemic.

Kicking off his series in April with a poolside set in Miami, David Guetta raised over $750,000 for the World Health Organisation (WHO) and other beneficiaries. He followed with a monumental performance at New York’s Rockefeller Center in the heart of the Big Apple, where he raised the total donations to over $1.5 million for France’s Hospital Foundation. He gathered 50 millions views on these two first livestreams, beating the world record for the largest number of online viewers for a DJ set.

His third edition of United At Home took place on New Year’s Eve, in his hometown of Paris in front of the Louvre’s Glass Pyramid, a location he personally finds ‘utterly magical’. New songs and totally exclusive remixes, here is the tailor-made program promised by the composer: ‘on exceptional occasion, exceptional setlist! I did a new song again yesterday to play it here. Everything you hear you can’t listen to on the radio’ said the DJ.

With an amazing production of lights and mapping, the livestream benefited UNICEF, Les Restos du Coeur, one of France’s largest charity organisations that deliver food packages and hot meals for families in need, and the Musée du Louvre. Partnering with Playstation and Xiaomi, The show was live on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Twitch, VK and Insight TV and was also broadcasted on French TV Channel TF1.


Check out the NYE edition in Paris of United at Home right below: