David Guetta at the Festival des Vieilles Charrues, in July 2019. -
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"And you, what are you doing for the 31st?"
»« I have livestream with David Guetta.
“Failing to celebrate the transition to 2021 with family or friends, you may find an alternative to pre-recorded televised Christmas Eve parties by opting for an online concert.
Several artists have indeed planned virtual performances to bury 2020 in music.
Jean-Michel Jarre, for example, will perform in virtual reality in a digitized Notre-Dame de Paris.
Broadcast on YouTube and Facebook, this immersive concert sponsored by Unesco will be called
Welcome to The Other Side
, that is to say "Welcome to the other side" in the language of Victor Hugo.
The artist wants to deliver a "message of hope for 2021 in the difficult times we are going through".
It is very generous of him.
David Guetta will also be in Paris - but it is not yet clear where exactly, he wants to keep the mystery until the last moment.
Still, the show he will provide in livestream will be charitable.
It's starting to become a routine for him who previously did the same this year live from Miami and New York ($ 1.5 million raised and 50 million cumulative views anyway).
It promises a “breathtaking spectacle” to be seen on Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter…
Roman New Years
Kylie Minogue, she will snatch the barge.
The Aussie star won't be performing live, but she recorded a 50-minute concert that will only be viewable once on December 31, after purchasing her ticket through the Dice app.
On the menu, rearranged versions of his hits and the titles of his latest album, the very successful
, which makes you want to take the mirror ball out of the attic.
For a change of scenery, we
In other words, dozens of performances by Italian artists from all musical backgrounds from key places in the Italian capital.
Diodato will sing on the Palatine Hill, Gianna Nannini at the Opera Theater… All to be followed Thursday on the dedicated site from 10pm.
Prepare your virtual party favors!
Jean-Michel Jarre will give a virtual concert in digitized Notre-Dame
Neymar denies mass New Year's Eve and evokes a family evening on the 31st
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