What Does David Guetta Sound Like at 424 Meters Below Sea Level, You Ask?
By Scott T. Sterling
A new 12-minute video has captured the breathtaking scene at last year’s Dead Sea Rave on Oct. 17, where DJ David Guetta (along with Steve Angello and Infected Mushroom) rocked a massive crowd of more than 20,000 people at what’s officially known as the lowest point on Earth, situated some 424 meters below sea level at the base of Masada in Israel.
“It’s quite a challenge to be in the middle of the desert. I don’t really know what to expect,” Guetta said in the clip. “That’s what is so challenging and exciting about being a DJ. When you go onstage and you don’t really know what you’re going to play. It’s all about the interaction with the people. I love this.”
Shots of the stunning spectacle are interspersed with behind the scenes footage of Guetta exploring the landscape while discussing his life as a DJ and producer, and what inspires him to do what he does musically.
David Guetta, who looks to soon be collaborating with legendary producer, Giorgio Moroder, is set to be among the many marquee acts performing at this year’s Ultra Music Festival in Miami scheduled for the weekend of March 28-30.