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Manila to dance to the Guetta beat

DAVID Guetta

It’s David Guetta 10.10.12 at the Mall of Asia Arena. Party with the World’s No. 1 DJ with Kaz James to kick off the show and special guest, Alesso for the biggest dance party of the year!

Expect that music of David Guetta can induce fist-pumping, heart-thumping euphoria as seen in his live sets! Experience this once-in-a-lifetime  fever he has brought  all over the world as headline performer for sold out festivals such as Electric Zoo, Coachella, Tomorrowland, Creamfields and Ultra Music Festival.

The massively successful “Nothing But The Beat” (NBTB) album by  Guetta just got a revamp. “Nothing But The Beat 2.0” features all the hits from the original album with brand new single “She Wolf (Falling To Pieces)” featuring Sia, the vocal powerhouse behind the No.1 hit “Titanium.”  The 2.0 version also boasts of six new tracks featuring Ne-Yo, Akon, Nervo, Tegan & Sara, and tracks produced by Nicky Romero, Alesso, and Daddy’s Groove and more.

David’s album NBTB has hit 7x Platinum worldwide and has spawned six Top 10 singles. To date, NBTB has sold nearly 3 million albums and an astonishing 16 million singles worldwide since its release last August 2011.

Supporting Guetta in his Manila show are two world renowned young DJs—Alesso and Kaz James.

Alesso, the international sensation from Sweden, is an EDM wunderkind that has played sold out solo gigs in festivals around the world, handpicked by Madonna as a support act in her MDNA tour and is highly respected by established DJs like Avicii, Swedish House Mafia, Tiesto and Guetta himself.

Before beginning his solo career, Australian singer and DJ Kaz James was one-half of BodyRockers, the duo behind dance track “I Like The Way (You Move),” popularized by supermodels walking the ramp to this song during the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in 2005.

He has also collaborated with Macy Gray, Canadian actor and musician Stu Stone and DJ Lethal, former member of Limp Bizkit and House of Pain. Kaz James joins Guetta for the Asian leg of the tour.

Calling Pinoy DJs

Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum opens the “dance” floor to all Philippine DJs! Root for your favorite club DJs and give them the chance of a lifetime to open for the world’s no. 1 DJ! Popular club DJs in Manila, such as DJ-producer Travis Monsod, female duo Deuce, Bed Manila’s Toy Armada and Arrjae Puno, Electronica Manila’s Silverfilter, Styles Entertainment’s Ron Poe, Deeper Manila’s Justin de Guzman, 6AM Group’s Clyde Harris, Cebu-based DJ Distraction, 20-year-old DJ and producer Miguel Libre, podcaster DJ Diaz, and remix artist DJ Jenil, and more are all battling it out for the number no. 1 spot.

Who has the best mix? Take a sound trip by visiting www.ManilaMixOff.com, play the tapes and sound off on your favorite Manila Mix. The top DJs will battle it out in front of a club audience to win the grand prize of playing a 30-minute set to a packed crowd at the MOA Arena during David Guetta 10.10.12 plus four VIP tickets for their friends.

David Guetta 10.10.12 at the Mall of Asia Arena is Presented by Globe Postpaid and Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum.

Limited tickets to this much awaited dance party are at P7,500, P5,000, and P3,000. Tickets are available on the SMTickets website (www.SMTickets.com)

and all SM Ticket outlets. Please call 845-0125/869-3000 or text 0917-5421047 and 0906-4234607 for VIP ticket inquiries.

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