Goldman Sachs CEO to DJ Sports Illustrated Super Bowl 2020 party

Goldman Sachs CEO to DJ Sports Illustrated Super Bowl 2020 party

Sports Illustrated’s Super Bowl 2020 party is banking on a banker to provide entertainment.

Page Six can exclusively reveal that the publication has hired Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon to DJ the soiree, which will take place on Feb. 1 at The Fontainebleau in Miami Beach.

Solomon, who goes by DJ D-Sol, will be joined by the Black Eyed Peas, Marshmello and rapper DaBaby.

“We wanted to do something special, we previously had him at a private event and everyone loved him,” Michael Heller of Talent Resources, the company behind the event, told Page Six on Friday. “We cater to a high networking crowd that would be familiar with him, and we couldn’t think of a better person to add to the lineup.”

DJ D-Sol, 58, previously has played sets at Tomorrowland and spun beats at New York City clubs like Up & Down and Libation.

Last year he released the single “Feel Alive,” remixed by DJ and producer Morgan Page.



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