David Guetta announces charity live stream in support of COVID-19 relief

David Guetta announces charity live stream in support of COVID-19 relief

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David Guetta has announced that he will live stream a two-hour DJ set this Saturday 18th April to raise money for COVID-19 relief charities

The stream will be broadcast from Downtown Miami at 6pm EDT/11pm BST and will raise funds for the World Health Organisation, Feeding South Florida, Feeding America, and the French Fondation Hôpitaux de Paris.

Speaking about the stream, Guetta said, “I’m very excited to share what’s been in the works for some time now. My heart goes out to all those suffering from the global health pandemic and I hope that this livestream event will bring people together and help raise money for those in need.”

Viewers can watch the stream on David Guetta’s Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, and Twitch channels. 

Last month, Guetta remixed The Chemical Brothers’ ‘Hey Boy Hey Girl’ under his Jack Back alias.

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