The Boss Is Back 'David Guetta' Returns To Ushuaia
The legend is back for this festival season..
Festival season just got a whole lot better with this announcement from the French Maestro and we for once think everyone should be excited and ready to bring the imaginary roof off the whole of Ibiza!
Currently just fininshing up on his European Tour, where he played in some of the sickest venues around countries such as France, Germany, Austria and Switzerland, the legendary Mr Guetta has announced he will indeed be returning to Ushuaia Ibiza where he resided for a number of years, blessing hundreds of thousands of fans with some of the dopest mixes and bangers you will ever hear. Well now it’s time for David to show us all what we have been missing as we are sure to expect nothing but 10/10 music.
If you know anything about David Guetta then you will be aware that he has charted with some super sick tracks and is still doing so today. He is one of the examples when the phrase “Class is permanent” is uttered as he has never steered us wrong with music and mixes and never lowered his quality not once. So to just think about what he will have to offer in terms of music this summer is simply just too exciting.
Now if you are unfamiliar with Ushuaia Ibizia Beach Hotel, know it is one of the sickest places to be in Ibiza as this place is an open air club. Meaning that there is no roof to for David Guetta to blow off, Ushuaia is known for this dope pool parties and amazing night life. The luxury packages and the way they cater to each individual person is very impressive. All music needs are met.
So from 4th June to 24th September David Guetta will be playing EVERY Monday ( that’s a lot of Monday’s). There are plenty of tickets and the full line up’s have no even been announced yet so we suggest you get your ticket and be prepared to be amazed or risk waiting and be disappointed for summer. Your call – we know which one we will be doing!
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