Global DJ/producer David Guetta closed out 2020 with a magnanimous Livestream performance on New Year’s Eve that garnered over 16 million spectators worldwide.

David Guetta | United at Home – Paris Edition from the Louvre

Shot from one of Paris’s most iconic locations at the Musée du Louvre, the show marked the artist’s third United At Home event aiming to unite fans around the world in an effort to raise money for a cause.  United At Home from the Louvre is currently available to stream via YouTube and Facebook with donations still being accepted.

David Guetta partnered with the Louvre in a  state-of-the-art production and light show (including 450 light spots and 2 drones) showcasing the Louvre in an incredible new way.  The performance united viewers across the globe from Australia to Brazil, Germany to Russia, and beyond. 

“After a difficult year, I couldn’t have wished for a more special way to ring in 2021. The Louvre is admired all over the world and to have the opportunity to make it our own for this show is a huge honour. Thank you to everyone who joined in and donated and if you haven’t already, you can still check out the show and donate. Big thanks to the Louvre for having us and let’s hope 2021 promises some positive change for the cultural industries and doors will open again soon.”

David Guetta

“I am delighted with the tremendous success of David Guetta’s New Year Eve benefit concert. This spectacular, generous and popular initiative has allowed millions of people in France and around the world to celebrate the arrival of 2021 with the Louvre from home until we are able to welcome visitors once again in person to the museum. I am happy that this palace, which has been an integral part of French history for eight centuries, continues to inspire some of the best contemporary artists across all sectors of the creative arts. Like so many others, I was amazed by David Guetta’s appreciation of the Louvre, its collections and its architecture, particularly the Pyramid. I’d like to thank everyone who participated in this charitable fundraising effort and especially the individual donors. I would also like to take this opportunity to extend our best wishes for the new year from the entire museum team.” 

Jean-Luc Martinez, President-Director of the Musée du Louvre

David Guetta’s United At Home event series has already raised over $1.5 million for charities with events hosted in Miami and New York.  David Guetta’s recent third edition of United At Home in Paris is dedicated to raising money for UNICEF and Les Restos du Coeur. It is strongly encouraged to continue to donate at the following link.