The sweats from this weekend’s blown-out 2022 edition of Lollapalooza by the lake in Chicago are just drying up, which means it’s time to gear up for next summer. Since Metallica, Lil Baby, Dua Lipa, Machine Gun Kelly, J. Fans were struggling at home after this year’s blaze featuring Cole, Big Sean, Kaigo, Green Day, Dua Lipa, Charli XCX and BTS’s J-Hope’s first solo show. , the organizers revealed on Monday morning (August 1) that they would be back next year at around the same time and for many more years to come.
Lollapalooza will return in 2023 at Chicago’s Grant Park between August 3-6 hotel package Already available for beginner planners; Chicago Tribune It also reported that on Sunday Mayor Lori Lightfoot confirmed that organizers had agreed terms with the city that would keep the celebration in Chicago for another decade.
This year’s Lola had something for everyone, with Metallica set to headlining their Thursday night homages. strange things‘ “Master of Puppets” – making love to Eddie Munson during a performance of his beloved 1986 thrash metal classic.
After running through fan favorites including “Enter Sandman,” “Nothing Else Matters” and AC/DC’s “It’s a Long Way to the Top (If You Want Rock ‘n’ Roll),” Metallica closed the show. Did the song which is a . is in between streaming renaissance Thank you for joining the finale episode of strange things‘Fourth season. Playing the show’s standouts staged in front of the big screen sight – which featured Joseph Quinn’s metalhead character periodically biting “Master of Puppets” on his electric guitar as a means of distracting the killer bats in the Upside Down – the band shared their performance of the song with Eddie. synchronized.
Also, Drill rapper Lil Dirk is recovering from a stage accident in which he was hit in the face by a fire during his Saturday evening set. “Due to the onstage incident in Lollapalooza, Chicago, I take a break and focus on my health,” Lil Dirk captioned a post instagramWhich featured a picture of a hip-hop artist in a hospital room wearing a mask and a large patch covering his right eye.
And, if BTS’s J-Hope was nervous about setting his first single outside the comfort of the K-pop supergroup’s orbit, he didn’t when he became the first South Korean artist to headline a major US festival. Shown. As the group is in the midst of a break while its 7 members explore solo work, J-Hope enthralled the 100,000 crowd with a high-energy performance of their new song. Jack in the Box The album featured “More,” “Hangsang” and “POP (Piece of Peace)” as well as a tropical version of BTS smash “Dynamite” and a run through of their Becky G collab “Chicken Noodle Soup,” according to NME,
Swinging across the stage in a loose black shirt and matching pants, Hope introduced herself to the audience by saying that she’s a member of BTS, “But you can call me J,” the rapper smiled as the crowd gathered during a set. It was exploding in cheers that mixed hip-hop with pop, rock and some slicked-out R&B. “You guys are crazy,” he said, thanking ARMY for showing up. “Many of you must be seeing me for the first time today…. it’s great to be here.”
Watch the teaser video for 2023 Lollapalooza below.
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Reference from www.billboard.com