"Benidorm Sound" vibrated with the French DJ David Guetta

Benidorm Sound Guetta

About 16 thousand people enjoyed last Saturday (6) the 'Benidorm Sound', the great electronic party offered by the popular French DJ David Guetta in Benidorm in what he himself defined as a "big show", the only one that the artist will offer this year in Spain.

The electronic macro-party 'Benidorm Sound' had the successful Frenchman for ninety minutes on the stage of the Guillermo Amor stadium in Benidorm, in a concert that offered a great visual display and, as expected, an enormous musical intensity. The massive show demanded no less than 350 thousand watts of light and 150 thousand of sound with which the famous French DJ offered a fascinating show to the ten thousand attendees.

Guetta appeared on stage shortly after midnight and was received with a thunderous applause and from that moment the explosion of visual effects, lighting and the music of the Frenchman made the audience delirious, sounding the best-known songs of his repertoire. The stadium enclosure opened its doors from 19:XNUMX p.m., and the first show began an hour later with the performance of DJ from Benissa, Santi Bertomeu, who began his session with a good number of followers coming mainly from the entire province of Alicante .

Later it was time for the sessions of other well-known DJs such as Kungs, Jonas Blue and Feder, who preceded the session of the French artist, the undisputed star of the night. At midnight on Sunday no one was indifferent to the frenetic dance and house rhythm proposed by the most recognized and successful DJ in the world, who for his passage through Benidorm requested a cache that has been around 200 thousand euros.

Among the latest successes of the French, the authorship of the recent anthem of the European Football Championship stands out, 'This one's for you', which also sounded in Benidorm along with a varied setlist that included successful hits such as 'Respect', 'Peace' and 'Unity'.

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