BTS J-Hope Makes History As The First Korean Artist To Headline Lollapalooza + Shares Epic Photos From The Performance

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BTS J-Hope had made history last night!

On July 31 local time, BTS J-Hope performed at Lollapalooza, an annual music festival that takes place in Chicago. He became the first ever Korean artist to headline a main stage on a major U.S. music festival.

He performed 18 songs including ones from his solo album, his first mixtape and as well as some BTS songs.

The stage lit up with his performance and many ARMY were present up to 12 hours prior to his performance to see a glimpse of him. Fans reported that the energy by the crowd was amazing and everyone was stunned by how professional, charismatic and entertaining J-Hope was.

BTS Jimin was also spotted among the attendees, he showed up to support J-Hope. J-Hope also held a Vlive after the show alongside Jimin and spoke about how grateful he was and revealed he actually practiced for six hours daily for the show.

After his performance ended, J-Hope took to Twitter to share photos from the event including one taken with Jimin, check it out down below!

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