According to Live National Entertainment.
Live Nation also announced that South Korean boy band Tomorrow X Together, also known as TXT, are set to perform at Lollapalooza on July 30, marking their US festival debut.
Welcoming the two artists to the “Lollapalooza family”, festival founder Perry Farrell said in a statement: “Their global audiences speak different languages but have an intense passion for their music. … They are the superstars of the global phenomenon. K-Pop.”
J-Hope, a rapper, songwriter and dancer, was the third member to join BTS, also known as the Bangtan Boys, as a septet trainee, following RM and Suga.
His 2018 debut solo mixtape, “Hope World,” peaked at number 38 on the Billboard 200, making him the highest-ranking Korean solo artist on the U.S. album chart at the time, according to Wikipedia.
Yet his solo is nothing compared to the global smash hit of BTS, the best-selling act in South Korean history, with over 30 million albums sold, and one of the few bands since the Beatles in the 1960s to chart four United States. No. 1 album in less than two years.
Lollapalooza, which began as a traveling show in 1991, has since made Chicago’s Grant Park its annual venue and ranks as one of the premier events on the US festival circuit.