The Windy City’s annual music festival Lollapalooza kicked off yesterday [Thursday, July 28] in downtown’s Grant Park. The festival, which added another day to it’s lineup, providing four days of dozens of concerts instead of three, welcomed music lovers from all over the country as the first day kicked off.
Chicago native Chance the Rapper took to the┬áBud Light Music┬ástage, performing his fan favorites. The highlight of the Coloring Book artist was bringing out fellow Chi-City cohort Dwyane Wade, who just inked a two year, $47 million dollar deal with the Bulls, and Michelle Williams.
J. Cole also performed on the Samsung Stage, rocking a classic┬áBulls jersey.
G-Eazy seized the opportunity to get political as he performed an anti-Donald Trump song during his set.
Kehlani also performed:
Dreezy, another Chicago native, fresh off her debut album release, No Hard Feelings,┬ástopped by Lollapalooza’s press room:
Day 2 of Lollapalooza continues today with Future, who performed alongside Drake for the two-day Summer Sixteen tour┬ástop in Chicago Tuesday and Wednesday (July 26 & July 27),┬áJoey Purp and Radio Head┬áheadlining.
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J. Cole, Chance the Rapper and Others Rock Day 1 of Lollapalooza 2016 : The Source