J-Hope of BTS aka Jung Hoseok rocks the stage at the annual music festival Lollapalooza in Chicago on Sunday. On 8th June,J-Hope announced on his Instagram page that he’ll be a part of Lollapalooza ( https://www.instagram.com/p/CgvHKOQp5mc/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=) along with artists Dua Lipa, Green Day, Lil Baby and others. He became the first Korean artist to perform in this major US festival. Let’s check out some interesting facts about his historical performance on this event.
The highest ticket-selling concert of Lollapalooza history in last 31 year
According to the organisers of the festival J-Hope of Bts is the first artist with the most sold out tickets in Lollapalooza history. Although on Sundays the audience is comparatively less than other days for the music festival, still J-Hope manages to bring the largest crowd in the history of this event.
J-Hope of Bts gave an electrifying performance to the event
J-Hope delivered a groundbreaking performance in Lollapalooza that took place at Grant Park in Chicago. Fans even goes this far by referring to this event as ‘Hobipalooza’.
The 28 year old singer-songwriter began the performance by dramatically pooping out of a box as a representation of his new album ‘Jack In The Box’. Moreover, he was looking fabulous in a grunge-style black T-shirt and black pants.
He performed total 18 tracks, which included 8 songs of his recent hit album ‘Jack In The Box’. Moreover, he lit the stage with the songs ‘Chicken noodle soup’ and BTS’s massive hit ‘Dynamite’.
Apart from that, it was the first live performance of J-Hope with singer-rapper Becky G. They performed in their collaboration song of 2020 ‘Chicken Noodle Soup’. BTS member Jimn was also spotted in this event to support his bandmate.After the festival, they even posed together for pictures.
Needless to say,throughout the 70 minute performance Hobi ruled the heart of the audience.