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Free live streaming of J-Hope, TXT's Lollapalooza performances will be available on Weverse and Hulu

By Mia Fulache Published Jul 28, 2022 4:35 pm

If the Lollapalooza lineup announcement was not enough, Weverse, the official communication platform for artists and fans, announced on Wednesday afternoon that they will conduct free live streaming of BTS’ J-Hope and TOMORROW X TOGETHER’s Lollapalooza performances.  

“You don't need any tickets for the plane or the concert. Just be prepared to party! Chicago brought to you by #Weverse, wherever you are!😎,” the HYBE-developed software said on their Twitter page.  

ARMYs and MOAs, the South-Korean boy group’s official fanbases, will also have the option to stream the said performances on Hulu. 

In the same Twitter post, J-Hope said that he is honored to be the first South Korean artist to headline a major US festival. 

The MORE singer stressed his excitement to rub shoulders with other big names in the music scene.

“I’m so excited to see the other artists like Dua Lipa, J.Cole, TOMORROW X TOGETHER (TXT), and so much more,” J-Hope added. “I’m working hard to put on an incredible music show for you all. See you in Chicago.” 

 It was on June 8 when Lollapalooza revealed that the Big Hit Music labelmates will take center stage at Grant Park in Chicago, Illinois, from July 28 to 31. 

TXT is set to make their U.S. festival debut on July 30, a day ahead of their senior. While BTS’ J-Hope will headline on July 31. 

After the septet announced their temporary break, J-Hope has since been busy with the release of Jack In The Box, his first mini-album released on July 15. 

Recently, too, TXT concluded their ‘Act: Love Sick’ US tour in Los Angeles on July 24.