The Lallapalooza music festival in Seoul has announced that BTS member J-Hope will replace Doja Cat as the headliner. In the original design, both activities were scheduled to take place at the same time.
BTS Announces J-Hope Replaces Doja Cat For Lallapalooza
During the event on Wednesday, J-Hope will be performing on the same stage as Doja Cat, known as the “EDM Stage,” and it has been verified. In a statement, the festival said, “We are sorry for any trouble we have caused.” No exceptions can be made to this rule, and no refunds or cancellations can be made.
A video showing Doja Cat licking her feet and saying that she enjoys having a date with men “older than me, blacker than me, or other races than me” recently sparked accusations of sexual assault from a number of women. Doja Cat has apologized for the video, but she maintains that despite the backlash, she does not consider it racist or damaging because she did not want it to be so.
BTS and J-Hope
J-Hope of BTS has been added as a headliner for Lallapalooza, which will take place at Grant Park in Chicago in August. Doja Cat had to cancel her appearance the week before due to illness, therefore he will fill in for her. On Friday night, the event’s buzz was disseminated via Twitter.
“As a special treat, J-Hope will be joining us on stage for the event. It has taken us a long time to find the best musicians for our audience, and J-Hope is one of them “They had penned a letter.
To date, no South Korean musician has headlined at Lallapalooza, but that will change with J-appearance. Hope’s One of the most notable aspects of this performance, though, is that it is also the first time he has appeared on American soil since joining BTS in 2013.
J-Hope will perform at both Lallapalooza and the United Center in Chicago as part of his “Hope World Tour” on August 12 as the headliner. Since his most recent solo mixtape was released in March of 2019, it has debuted at the top of Billboard’s world albums chart and at the top of Billboard’s all-time mixtape chart.
The Lollapalooza music festival, which takes place August 15-17 at the White River Amphitheater in Seattle’s SoDo neighborhood, features acts like Ellie Goulding, Post Malone, and Logic.
The event is being produced by Live Nation Entertainment, and you may attend for free if you RSVP. A three-day pass is $99, and lawn seats are $10 more per day if purchased in advance. Over the course of the weekend, more than 50 artists will play on three stages, according to the event’s website.