Alison Wonderland, Sullivan King, Kai Wachi, and more will join DIESEL for Shaq’s Bass All-Stars Festival – Texas’s largest bass music event.
Shaquille O’Neal is larger than life on many levels, from being a legend in the NBA to the stage presence he brings with him on his recent adventures as a DJ under the DIESEL alias. Now, he’s gearing up to add another major accolade to his legacy – hosting Texas’s largest bass music festival. Today, DIESEL announced the details for Shaq’s Bass All-Stars Festival, a one-night affair set to take place at the Panther Island Pavilion in Dallas/Fort Worth on Saturday, September 16, and bass lovers are sure to salivate over the lineup when they see it.
DIESEL himself will take the stage as one of the headliners, along with another phenomenal talent in the scene, Alison Wonderland. But the power doesn’t stop there, as Kai Wachi, Sullivan King, and Crankdat all sit atop the lineup as well. The supporting artists are just as insane, with LAYZ as a special guest, while others on the lineup – Emorfik, Hairitage, Kozmoz, Leotrix, Ruvlo b2b Celo, Sharlitz Web, and Soltan – will be packing a punch with their performances.
Shaq’s Bass All-Stars Festival is being brought to life in partnership with Disco Donnie Presents and Medium Rare, and will feature two stages with “SHAQ-sized Production,” along with other treats such as Shaq’s Food Truck Village. This festival won’t break the bank either, with GA Tier 1 passes at $49.99 and VIP Tier 1 passes at $99.99 for those who want an enhanced experience.
Registration for pre-sale access is open until June 22 at 11:59pm CST, with the pre-sale kicking off on Friday, June 23 at 10am CST. Remaining passes will be available that same day at 12pm CST. Head to the festival’s official website for more details.