The Hong Kong singer, rapper, dancer, record producer, fashion designer, and music video director Jackson Wang is all set to perform in Mumbai, India during the Lollapalooza festival. Lollapalooza is one of the largest music festivals in the world.
The Lollapalooza event in Mumbai is going to be held for two days on January 28 and 29. On November 3, Lollapalooza confirmed the final lineup for India.
The event is going to take place in Mumbai’s Mahalakshmi Racecourse which will be sponsored and co-produced by BookMyShow, Perry Farrell, and C3 Presents.
Lollapalooza India, through an Instagram post, announced the name of the artists who are going to perform during the fest. The names include the famous national and international stars who are going to perform live in Mumbai during the Lollapalooza.
Some of them are: Imagine Dragons, AP Dhillon, Pratik Kuhad, Alec Benjamin, Jackson Wang, The Yellow Diary, and so on.
Here you can check out GOT7’s Jackson Wang Posts.
Among the artists who are going to perform in Lollapalooza, GOT7’s Jackson Wang is one of them. The craze for k-pop artists in Asia is way too much. The fans were desperately waiting for k-pop artists to come to India and now the time has come.
Finally one of the famous k-pop singers Jackson Wang is going to perform in India. Jackson Wang is not only the founder of the record label Team Wang but also the creative director and lead designer for the fashion brand Team Wang Design.
In 2019, he released his debut solo album, Mirrors, which peaked at number 32 on the US Billboard 200. Wang quit JYP Entertainment in 2021 and started the Chinese hip-hop group Panthepack under Team Wang.
Apart from these, he is better known as one of the members of the South Korean boy band GOT7. The group consists of seven members: Jay B, Mark, Jackson, Jinyoung, Youngjae, BamBam, and Yugyeom.
The first EP by Got7, titled “Got It?,” was released in January 2014, and it reached its highest point at number two on the Gaon Album Chart and number one on the Billboard World Albums Chart. The group also attracted recognition for their live performances, which frequently featured aspects of street dancing and martial arts trickery.