The open-air venue will come to life with electro-pop hits as the French DJs and producers drop new hits, old classics and everything in between. The open-air event marks Guetta’s final show stateside before heading to Ibiza for summer residencies.
“I cannot wait to be back in New York,” Guetta says in a statement. “There is an incredible energy that runs through the city, and the crowd is always amazing.”
The Frenchmen have a lot in common, having both started their year off with singles featuring in-demand dance-pop singer Raye. For Guetta’s part, it was a rework of his Morten collaboration “Make It To Heaven,” while Solveig got with Jax Jones on a bass bumpin’ groove called “Tequila.”
The show at Brooklyn Mirage is sure to be high energy. Tickets are on sale March 9.