The Bulls are set to officially introduce Dwyane Wade to their fans and members of the media on Friday with an introductory press conference in Chicago. However, Wade apparently couldn’t wait until that press conference to re-introduce himself to his hometown. So he decided to do it on Thursday night during the first day of Lollapalooza in Chicago.

Towards the end of the night, Bud Light Music and Chicago-based DJ duo Flosstradamus teamed up to bring D-Wade out on to the Lollapalooza stage. "Sirius," the Alan Parsons Project song that has become synonymous with the Bulls’ pregame introductions, played as Wade made his way out:

And when he arrived, Wade greeted the crowd by saying, "It feels good to be home, Chicago."

Wade then helped introduce Michelle Williams to the stage to perform her hit song, "Survivor," before Chance the Rapper joined them to perform "No Problems" and "Summer Friends."

Fans who were in attendance at the show were obviously ecstatic about what they saw:

D-Wade just arrived back in Chicago, but it already looks like he's feeling right at home.