Shaquille O’Neal Hosting Bass Music Festival This Fall In North Texas
Get Ready To Party With DJ Diesel If You Can Handle All The BASS!
Shaquille O'Neal is always into something. He already moved to Texas recently to start working on his chicken chain and he's been seen all around North Texas showing random acts of kindness.
Speaking of his chicken chain, Shaq's having a grand opening celebration this Weekend In Houston.
The four-time NBA champion will be available for photos and even offer up a chance to win a free signed basketball for those who enter to win. There will also be balloon animals, face painting, outdoor games, a 360 photo booth, and caricatures for the whole family to enjoy. This is one of 50 planned Big Chicken restaurants he plans to open in Texas.
But if you didn't know, Shaq has an alter ego called "DJ Diesel" and believe it or not, he's become one of the dance world’s best known DJs according to Billboard so he's bringing a big festival to his nearby new "hometown" of Carrollton.
Shaq’s Bass All-Stars Festival will feature 14 artists across two stages.
The lineup, curated by O’Neal, features Alison Wonderland, Kai Wachi, Sullivan King, Crankdat, Jantsen, Layz, Emorfik, Hairitage, Leotrix, Charlitz Web, Soltan, Ruvlo b2b Celo and, of course, DJ Diesel himself.
Its Being Called The Largest Bass Music Festival In Texas.
Its all happening at Fort Worth’s Panther Island Pavilion on Saturday Sept. 16. The festival anticipates hosting approximately 10,000 fans and will also feature a food truck village, games, activations and more. Tickets go on sale this Friday, June 23, at 12 p.m. CT. Ticket prices begin at $49, with O’Neal intending to keeps costs low to make the event as inclusive as possible.
Shaq hopes that the festival can turn into a tour in the future.