Two years after having thrilled the Paris La Défense Arena, the most listened to French artist in the world once again demonstrated his popularity within the confines of his favorite club, repeating “Here, it’s Paris !” (slogan of the Parisian supporters) on stage.

A form of consecration for the artist who celebrates his 36th birthday on Monday, William Grigahcine, his real name. The child from Val-d’Oise, who in his own words has become the “unofficial ambassador” of PSG, has been able to export his passion for football and his electro music to the four corners of the world.

“Since I was little, I’ve been coming to this stadium to support my football team and meet tonight for a solo concert at home, in this city, it’s a crazy thing”, he said, microphone at the hand between two pieces.

“Turn down for what”, “Lean on”, “Taki taki”… For more than two hours, DJ Snake offered his most popular titles in a neat staging, between light effects and fireworks .

Not to mention “Disco Maghreb”, his latest title, whose clip shot in Algeria ignited the web with more than 20 million views on YouTube barely twelve days after its broadcast.

Several distinguished guests punctuated the evening such as Omar Sy in the role of the luxury ambiancer to make the Park dance with a new slogan: “Here it’s Snake City!”

In an ode to multicultural France that he wishes to “represent” in the world, DJ Snake also invited the Algerian singer Cheb Khaled, who performed his hit “Aïcha”.

This tribute to the “elders” who inspired him could not be done without the presence of David Guetta, “the legend who opened so many doors for us” according to DJ Snake, or the Belgian star Stromae.

“Without David (Guetta), there is no Snake”, he underlined, before concluding his final bouquet with his hit “Let me love you”.