The performance took place at Tomorrowland on Thursday (July 23)
David Guetta turned a nursery rhyme into an EDM track at a festival in Belgium over the weekend.
The DJ/producer performed at Tomorrowland in the town of Boom, near Antwerp on Thursday (July 23).
During his main stage set, Guetta invited Dutch duo GLOWINTHEDARK onto the stage, announcing their “new record” before proceeding to play a high-tempo version of ‘If You’re Happy And You Know It Clap Your Hands’.
Watch the clip below.
David Guetta has been recently criticised by fellow EDM star Deadmau5 after footage emerged of the French DJ performing while surrounded by live horses and dancers wearing Native American headdresses.
Deadmau5 took exception to what he perceived as animal cruelty and posted a series of tweets in which he labelled Guetta and the club owners as “stupid fucks” and described the DJ as “shitty” and “overpriced”.
Guetta recently recalled an unfortunate incident that according during his Coachella festival set this year, which forced the electronic artist to use USB sticks to complete his performance.
Guetta told Beatport of the mishap: “Something crazy happened to me on the [first weekend of Coachella]. I’m using Rekordbox and Pioneer to play, and before I saved my playlist to my SD card, my computer crashed.”
The DJ continued: “So I just had to put all my music in a random order on USB sticks at the last minute, doing it really old school, scrolling to look for the records I wanted to play next.”