David Guetta @ Maya Day and Nightclub

If you've never heard of David Guetta before, please feel free to go back underneath the rock you must've crawled out from under. After all, the tousle-haired Frenchman and internationally known house music DJ/producer is considered one of vanguards of EDM's most recent crossover surge in popularity. Plus, he took home a couple of Grammy statues before Skrillex was a household name, has cats like Snoop Dogg and will.i.am on speed dial, and was named the number one beat jockey in the world by the readers of DJ Magazine in 2011. Oh, and he's also wildly talented at crafting infectious club hits (usually involving a collaboration with hip-hop and R&B stars like Akon, Usher, and Nicki Minaj) that have helped people go wild out on dance floors everywhere. His latest effort, a teaming with Showtek and Vassy that's titled "Bad," is just as stellar and most certainly will get blasted over the sound system at Maya Day and Nightclub, 7333 East Indian Plaza in Scottsdale, when Guetta performs on Sunday, April 6, when Guetta is scheduled to perform at the joint. Gates open at 11 a.m. General admission is $75, VIP access is $200. See www.sletickets.com.

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Benjamin Leatherman is a staff writer at Phoenix New Times. He covers local nightlife, music, culture, geekery, and fringe pursuits.