Shaq returns as DJ Diesel at Belgium’s Tomorrowland this weekend
Shaq returned under his DJ Diesel alias on Sunday at the Tomorrowland music festival in Belgium and wowed the crowd just like he did in 2019 at the same event.
Here is everything you need to know.
Shaq performs at Belgium’s Tomorrowland
Full name Shaquille O’Neal set the mood for partygoers at Belgium’s Tomorrowland this weekend.
The former professional basketball player appeared at the festival as part of his mini tour of Europe. He has already hit the stage as DJ Diesel at least five times in less than a week.
The 50-year-old first appeared at a nightclub in Ibiza on Wednesday before being caught performing at two events in Croatia.
Shaq then took to the stage at the Dream Beach festival on Saturday. He then flew to Belgium to perform at Tomorrowland for the first time since 2019.
Regardless, before the big man took the stage, he was mobbed by festival goers. However, photojournalist Adam Glyn captured the moment to remember forever.
Several video clips of Shaq at the festival are taking over social media platforms.
In one of those short films, Shaq is seen jumping up and down with the other ravers and dancing like there is no tomorrow.
Also, later on, the DJ performing at the time points to the four-time NBA champion and yells, ‘let’s make some noise for Shaq.’
A few years back in 2019, some hilarious videos of Shaq at Tomorrowland went viral when the 7-foot man was seen bobbing his head back and forth to the beats.
Shaq is scheduled to perform at Sydney’s Marquee in late August.
Shaq will take over as his DJ Diesel moniker at the Marquee club located in Sydney on August 27th.
The retired NBA star’s rare appearance as a DJ is part of his upcoming speaking tour of Australia: An Evening with Shaquille O’Neal.
Additionally, Shaq is preparing to perform at Melbourne’s Margaret Court Arena on Thursday, August 25. He will also be seen having his musical moment at the Star Events Center also in Sydney on Friday, August 26.
O’Neal began his journey as DJ Diesel in the 1980s while a student at Louisiana State University.
Furthermore, Shaq is already known for being a renaissance man with his hands in all kinds of business ventures such as voice acting, police work, TV commercials, and festival curation.