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New Year’s Eve with David Guetta Is Going To Be The Party of the Year

David Guetta’s back in Brooklyn for Light & Life New Year’s Eve party at Brooklyn Warehouse. Check out our playlist and event details.

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Light & Life is back at it again with a stacked New Year’s Eve at Brooklyn Warehouse, where David Guetta will once again take the reins to bring in the new year in the Big Apple.

The night with Guetta will likely be one of the biggest and best parties in New York this New Year’s Eve, as the multi-platinum, Grammy-award winning producer and DJ takes to his boot in front of 4,000+ fans with Light & Life’s crazy production that will outfit the entire warehouse from front to back with advanced track lighting that will light up the room and the senses. To top it off, fans will have bar access throughout the night to keep cups full and spirits high – VIP ticketholders even get open-bar.

Along with Guetta will be DJs Tom Staar and Weiss, the latter of which had a mini-hit in 2018 with his house track “Feel My Needs,” a song that Early Bird has featured on our Boots and Cats playlist.

This year, Guetta celebrated the release of his long-awaited album 7, which had been in waiting following 2014’s release of Listen, his most commercially-successful album to date. 7 capitalizes on similar pop sensibilities and includes major hits “Like I Do,” “Flames,” “Don’t Leave Me Alone” and “Goodbye.” He’ll surely be mixing in the new hits with the old on New Year’s Eve, and might even mix in some new, yet-to-be-released tunes for his faithful New York fans.

To prepare for the event, which begins at 10:00pm EST on New Year’s Eve and ends at 4:00am, Early Bird has curated a dedicated David Guetta NYE playlist for your pregaming festivities with his top hits. Check it out in the Soundsgood player below, which links out to Spotify, Apple, YouTube and SoundCloud.

If you’re looking to party before the event and you’re going to save Guetta for the show, check out our “Dirty Dancing” playlist for similar vibes, or “House Party” for low-key chill hits.

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