Shaq’s Fort Worth Music Festival

NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal debuts electronic music festival, Shaq’s Bass All-Stars, in Fort Worth, featuring 14 entertainers across two stages, according to an NBCDFW article. They say, 

“O’Neal, the 7-1 NBA legend and sometimes Carrollton resident, is debuting an electronic music festival, Shaq’s Bass All-Stars Festival, in Fort Worth.

The event will feature 14 entertainers across two stages at Panther Island Pavilion. O’Neal curated the lineup, which includes Alison Wonderland, Kai Wachi, Sullivan King, Crankdat, Jantsen, Layz, Emorfik, Hairitage, Leotrix, Charlitz Web, Soltan and Ruvlo b2b Celo.”

Tickets for Shaq’s Bass All-Stars festival start at $49, aiming to keep it affordable and inclusive for everyone in Texas. O’Neal prioritizes community-driven fun over money, according to a Dallas Morning News article which reports, 

“Tickets start at $49 and will go on sale to the public at noon Friday. A presale starts at 10 a.m. O’Neal said he wants to keep tickets affordable to make the event inclusive.

“I don’t DJ for the money,” O’Neal said. “I DJ to replace the Game 7 energy that I can’t seem to replicate anywhere else besides at music festivals. “For me, Shaq’s Bass All-Stars festival is about inviting the whole state of Texas out for a good time, and it’s important to me for this to be a community-driven event that all sorts of people can afford.””

The Shaq’s Bass All-Stars festival will run from 4 p.m. to midnight. Residents’ noise concerns after the Ubbi Dubbi festival are noted.