Armin van Buuren Crashed The Chicago Bulls Halftime Show For A Special Performance

This past Sunday, November 21, trance legend Armin van Buuren made a special guest appearance during the Chicago Bulls‘ halftime show.

According to this fan video, the famed DJ and producer played a brief set from the middle of the court while the Bulls’ cheerleading squad contributed choreographed dancing and acrobatics. Two of the tracks he played were his hit “Blah Blah Blah,” and “Sirius,” a rework of the song of the same name by The Alan Parson’s Project, which was the Bulls anthem in the ’90s.

“Last night felt like a childhood dream come true, as I’ve been a longtime fan and also followed the recent Netflix series about Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls,” Armin van Buuren says. “It was a great honor to do a special halftime show and I’m still buzzing from the performance.”

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