- BTS member J-Hope gave a historic headlining performance at Lollapalooza in Grant Park, Chicago, over the weekend, becoming the first South Korean artist to lead the festival.
- He reportedly performed 18 songs across 70 minutes, including hits from his recent solo album “Jack in the Box” and some BTS classics.
- Singer Becky G joined him on stage to perform their 2019 collaboration “Chicken Noodle Soup.”
- Meanwhile, fellow BTS member Jimin supported J-Hope as a festivalgoer.
- BTS’ Big Hit labelmates TXT also made history by being the first K-pop act to perform at Lollapalooza.
J-Hope of K-pop mega group BTS became the first South Korean artist to headline Lollapalooza in Grant Park, Chicago, over the weekend.
- BTS member J-Hope is set to make history as the first South Korean artist to headline the main stage of a major U.S. music festival at this year’s Lollapalooza.
- Lollapalooza Festival will take place in Chicago’s Grant Park from July 28-31, with J-Hope as a closing performer on the last day.
- Also announced for Lollapalooza is BTS labelmate group TXT, who will be making their U.S. music festival debut on the July 30.
- Other artists at the festival include Zhu, Audrey Nuna, Kygo, Dua Lipa and Green Day.
BTS member J-Hope is set to headline at Lollapalooza in Chicago’s Grant Park, making him the first South Korean artist headliner on the main stage of a major U.S. music festival.
The BTS rapper and dancer will help close out the four-day festival from July 28-31. He and his fellow group members have been keeping busy with an upcoming album, visiting the White House and returning to Korean music stages.