Tomorrowland is the most important dance music pageant in Europe and over the weekend noticed well-known DJs like Tiësto and Armin van Buuren ship epic units. Nonetheless, it was a lesser-known DJ from Sweden that ended up stealing the headlines… however not for his music.

Bosnian-born Swedish DJ Salvatore Ganacci took to the stage on the Belgium-based pageant and handled (or subjected) the viewers to an hour’s value of ridiculous dance strikes, together with twerking, mime, bicycle kicks, and handstands.

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At one level, Ganacci requested the gang, “Can everybody simply check out my hair within the fan over right here?” as he used a fan to blow his lengthy locks round. He additionally peppered his set with high-pitched screeches and odd hen call-like sounds.

Whereas followers of Ganacci are used to his loopy antics, which embrace telling viewers members to “chill out their anus,” the peculiar producer reached an entire new viewers when Important Music put collectively a compilation of his wildest moments. The clips from his jaw-dropping set quickly went viral.

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The response to Ganacci and his insane Tomorrowland set have been divisive, to say the least. Some folks assume it’s the worst factor they’ve ever seen, whereas others imagine Ganacci is an Andy Kaufman-style genius.

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You may watch Ganacci’s full set from weekend 1 beneath.

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Tomorrowland continues this weekend.







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