Since confinement has begun, Bob Sinclar has been making confined dance though live on social networks. This Monday May 4, 2020, the famous French DJ was to unveil a special performance: right after clapping, at 8:02 p.m. (CEST) he will exclusively perform from the top of the Arc de Triomphe facing the empty Champs-Elysées.
Yet, the day before this exclusive show, the Cercle platform is postponing Bob Sinclar's performance to a later date. How come? A confusion over the communication of the event let people think the DJ set was to be performed with an audience.
The charity event that was to be held upholding confinement measures is ultimately postponed to a later date.
Yet, from the Champs-Elysées, no music nor light set will be seeable, so it is out of question to defy confinement and attend it, the best view of the event will be from your screens. This performance will take place as part of the Music Against Covid initiative thanks to which musicians are uniting to fight against the epidemic.
Among the organizers of this uncommon event, we have the Cercle platform, known for producing and streaming electro shows in uncommon places. In partnership with the Centre des Monuments Nationaux (National Monument Center) and iRaiser, this very special DJ set will air live and allow to collect funds. All fund will be then donated to Doctors without Borders France, Fondation de France, and One-o-One endowment fund.