David Guetta Gets the Party Going in Atlantic City

By  April 06, 2011

The Event Center at Atlantic City’s Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa was filled to the brim Saturday night to see one of the biggest names in house music, David Guetta. The opening act, Manufactured Superstars, got the crowd warmed up with remixes of Cee Lo Green, Daft Punk, Katy Perry, and even System of a Down. The French superstar DJ himself came out to cheers and drinks in the air on the last night of his tour. Guetta had everyone in the audience dancing and fist pumping to all of his hits, including No Gettin’ Over, Club Can’t Handle Me, and Sexy Chick. He surprised the crowd with special guest Chris Willis who took the stage and stood atop the DJ booth to sing their biggest hit together Love Is Gone. Guetta kept everyone partying throughout the night and well into the early morning with remixes of Far East Movement, Robin S., Prodigy, and the Internet’s latest obsession, Duck Sauce. The back wall of the stage lit up for each song that played, and men donned in light-up suits shared the stage as they created a laser light show for the crowd. The party lasted until 4 a.m. as napkins flew into the air like confetti, and everyone stumbled to their rooms happily exhausted. It was a truly night to remember.

Photos courtesy of Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa.