House music titan David Guetta added nine more dates to the Asian leg of his Unity World Tour 2017.

After announcing he’d be bringing the tour, with a cohort of special guests, to Manila on January 5, 2017, Guetta is also gearing up for shows in Shenzhen, Shanghai, Taipei, Tokyo, Osaka, Mumbai, Hyderabad, and Delhi NCR. See the details in full below.

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December 30 – Shenzhen, Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport
Tickets: TBA, register to be notified here

December 31 – Shanghai, Shanghai Xuhui Art Space
Tickets: CNY480 (Advanced tickets), CNY980 (VIP) via a2non

January 1 – Beijing, Jiuhua Convention & Exhibition Centre
Tickets: TBA, register to be notified here

January 5 – Manila, Araneta Coliseum
Tickets: PHP2,630 (Box), PHP2,940 (Patron Box), PHP4,620 (VIP) via Ticketnet and brick and mortar outlets

January 6 – Taipei, Exhibition Hall Square
Tickets: TBA via KKTIX

January 8 – Tokyo, Makuhari Messe
Tickets: JPY9,900 (Standing), JPY16,500 (VIP) via Rakuten Tickets

January 9 – Osaka, Osaka Jo Hall
Tickets: JPY9,900 (Standing), JPY16,500 (VIP) via Rakuten Tickets

January 13 – Venue TBA, Mumbai
Tickets: INR4,000 (Early bird VIP) via Book My Show

January 14 – Venue TBA, Hyderabad
Tickets: INR4,000 (Early bird VIP) via Book My Show

January 15 – Venue TBA, Delhi NCR
Tickets: INR4,000 (Early bird VIP) via Book My Show

©David Guetta

©David Guetta

Here’s more exciting news for ravers in India: as part of the Sunburn Music Festival Arena Tour 2017, all three shows in the central Asian country will feature Robin Schulz as a special guest. We’re yet to know if the German producer will come along for the rest of the dates as well.

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Responsible for global club staples like “Titanium” (ft. Sia), “Hey Mama” (ft. Nicki Minja, Bebe Rexha and Afrojack), “Without You” (ft. Usher), “Bang My Head” (ft. Sia and Fetty Wap), and Billboard’s No. 1 dance-pop collab of all time like “When Love Takes Over” (ft. Kelly Rowland), David Guetta played a pivotal role in turning niche genre like dance into the genre that dominates the Top 40 it is today.

The Grammy-winning French producer has sold over nine million albums and 30 millions singles worldwide. In 2015 alone, Guetta has performed in more than 100 shows around the world to over a million fans, including festival headline sets at the Coachella, Ultra Music Festival, Tomorrow Land, Electric Zoo and the Wireless.