Bts ‘j-hope is introduced as Lollapalooza headliner


BTS frontman J-Hope has already been introduced as a frontman for this week’s Lollapalooza festival, taking place in Grant Park, Chicago, from 28 to 31 July. J-Hope will close out the festival on Sunday, July 31, making history as the first South Korean composer to title the main venue at U. S. S. Festival. Lollapalooza declared that K-pop team Tomorrow x Together is already announced to the roster on Saturday, July 30, highlighting their U. S. S. Fest breakthrough. “I’m happy to welcome J-Hope and Tomorrow x Together into the Lollapalooza parents family” The lollapalooza founder said, Perry Farrell, in a statement. “These actors have already been given better presents in conversation. Their global audience speaks different languages but possess an intense passion for Their songs. Lolla is the location where all music genres live in harmony. These are the greats of the worldwide issue of K-Pop, and we’re really enthused to always have them at this year’s fest.” J-Hope joins a stacked bill alongside co-headliners Metallica, Dua Lipa, J. Cole and Green Day among many others, as well as sets from Kygo, Big Sean, Jazmine Sullivan, Don Toliver, Charles XCX, Idles, Turnstiles and more. The festival recently posted a full list of set times for The festival on its Twitter page. The additions of J-Hope and Tomorrow x Together come as Doja Cat has canceled several of her summer festival performances, including Lollapalooza and her run with the Weeknd’s tour, due to throat health complications. On May 20, The singer posted a note on Twitter explaining her absence and confirming she would undergo tonsil surgery and would need time to recover. Last year, Lollapalooza also took place in Grant Park and made its mark as one of the first big festivals to come back after the shutdowns of the pandemic the previous year. View this post on Instagram. A post shared by lollapalooza (@ lollapalooza).