Musk danced with revelers at the music festival with his hands behind his head

Elon Musk is seen sporting some VERY odd dance moves at rave in Mexico

Letting off some steam? Billionaire Elon Musk is seen sporting some VERY odd dance moves at rave in Mexico

  • Elon Musk was seen enjoying himself at a dance music event in San José del Cabo, Mexico, earlier this month
  • The Twitter and Tesla CEO was captured on video dancing at a Rufus Du Sol concert as part of the Sundream Baja festival in the coastal city
  • It comes after Presidential hopeful Ron DeSantis chaotically launched his campaign on Twitter with Musk

New video footage has emerged of Twitter and Tesla CEO Elon Musk sporting some very odd dance moves at a rave in Mexico.

The 51-year-old was spotted in an all black outfit dancing at a Rufus Du Sol concert with his hands behind his head earlier this month. 

In the video, which has been shared widely on social media, Musk can be seen dancing with other revelers at the Sundream Baja festival in Cabo, Mexico. 

Musk dances on the spot, bending his knees and shaking his hips as bright disco lights change colors in the background.  

Musk is known to be a fan of electronic dance music, having written and released a track himself in January 2020 entitled ‘Don’t Doubt Your Vibe’.

Musk danced with revelers at the music festival with his hands behind his head

Musk danced with revelers at the music festival with his hands behind his head 

Musk is known to be a fan of EDM, having written and released a track himself in January 2020 entitled 'Don't Doubt Your Vibe'

Musk is known to be a fan of EDM, having written and released a track himself in January 2020 entitled ‘Don’t Doubt Your Vibe’

Following his time in Mexico two weekends ago, Musk joked that he had slept ‘in the car’ prior to a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron the next day.

The jet setting billionaire had partied in Cabo on the Sunday night at the music festival before flying directly to Paris for a meeting with the President at the Elysee Palace the next day.

The Saturday night before his exploits in Mexico, Musk had attended a trance music event hosted by Bosnian-German DJ Solomun.  

Yesterday, Musk was captured returning home to Los Angeles with his sonX Æ A-12 and a full security detail.

Cutting a casual figure, Musk stepped off a private jet before jumping into a maroon Tesla.  

Musk opted for a black t-shirt and black skinny jeans, paired with a personalized blue bomber jacket that featured his last name on the chest as he exited the plane.

The jacket is from his SpaceX company, which hopes to hold another launch this weekend.

There was no word on if Musk was in Los Angeles for business or pleasure but he shot a thumbs up as he got into the car after arriving in Los Angeles.

He opted for a black t-shirt and black skinny jeans, paired with a personalized blue bomber jacket that featured his last name on the chest

He opted for a black t-shirt and black skinny jeans, paired with a personalized blue bomber jacket that featured his last name on the chest

Musk shot a thumbs up as he made a face and got into the car after arriving in Los Angeles

Musk shot a thumbs up as he made a face and got into the car after arriving in Los Angeles

Musk was seen getting into a Tesla with others after his plane landed at the airport in Los Angeles

Musk was seen getting into a Tesla with others after his plane landed at the airport in Los Angeles

It comes after Presidential hopeful Ron DeSantis chaotically launched his campaign on Twitter with Musk.

The highly-anticipated start of his 2024 White House run started 26 minutes late and crashed multiple times as hundreds of thousands of users tuned in to listen to DeSantis’ conversation with the Twitter CEO. 

‘I am running for president of the United States to lead our great American comeback,’ DeSantis said. ‘But we know our country’s going in the wrong direction. We see it with our own eyes. And we feel it in our bones.’

Musk at one point said during the event that the ‘servers were strained’ and the host blamed the glitches on the number of people tuning in, which he claimed were a ‘good thing.’

‘Just try and get it going,’ listeners could hear as it became clear frustration was growing.

Moderator David Sacks, a tech entrepreneur close to Musk, started the talk by claiming DeSantis was engaged in a ‘first is social media’ by ‘making history’ with the announcement.