Megan Thee Stallion, Anitta, Jack Harlow, Måneskin, Illenium, Turnstile, Phoebe Bridgers, and many more. More than 50 artists will perform on four stages at Hippodrome De Longchamp on July 16-17, 2022. Tickets are on sale now at www.LollaParis.com.
Lollapalooza has had an exciting 2021 after being forced to hold the event virtually in 2020. Organizers of the Chicago, Illinois four-day music festival and streaming service Hulu agreed to an exclusive livestream of performances from Lollapalooza 2021.
“We are thrilled to be partnering for the first time with Hulu for this year’s livestream and are excited that the Lollapalooza fans who cannot be with us in Chicago have such a great platform to experience the show,” Courtney Trucksess, sponsorship director of Lollapalooza festival promoter C3 Presents, told Billboard upon news of the announcement.
This year’s Lollapalooza lineup was stacked with stars both rising and established. Headliners for the event included the Foo Fighters, Post Malone, Tyler, the Creator, Megan Thee Stallion, Miley Cyrus, Jack Harlow and more. Elsewhere on the bill, appearances were made by Brockhampton, Tate McRae, Olivia O’Brien, All Time Low, Peach Tree Rascals, Omar Apollo and dozens more.
Imagine Dragons will have plenty of new music to debut when the Paris fest arrives. The group teamed up with J.I.D, a GRAMMY-nominated, East Atlanta-based rapper signed to J. Cole’s Dreamville Records, on the epic, electrifying new single “Enemy.”
The song examines living with conflict – both internal and external – with Imagine Dragons frontman Dan Reynolds delivering the first two bristling, emotional verses, and J.I.D’s trademark lightning-fast flow spotlighted on the third.
The song was produced by Swedish songwriting/production duo Mattman & Robin (Nick Jonas, Celeste), who also produced two tracks on Imagine Dragons’ new album, Mercury – Act 1. “Enemy” was mixed by 14-time GRAMMY winner Serban Ghenea.