5 Performances From Lollapalooza 2023 That Got Everyone Talking

Kendrick Lamar at Lollapalooza Festival in August 2023
Kendrick Lamar at Lollapalooza Festival in August 2023. Photo by Mediapunch/Shutterstock (2766000v)

After several international editions of Lollapalooza took place all around the world this summer, the main event returned to Chicago’s Grant Park this weekend. This year’s festival has given us many epic performances, and we’re bringing you five that stole the show.

Karol G

Karol G’s Lollapalooza set was one for the books and she kicked off the festival’s opening day by making history as its very first Latina headliner.

Tomorrow x Together

Tomorrow x Together became the first South Korean act to ever headline Lollapalooza, but this wasn’t the only historic moment for K-pop music. NewJeans also performed at this year’s festival, becoming the first K-pop girl group to do so.

Kendrick Lamar

Kendrick Lamar’s Lollapalooza return was a long time coming, and his first performance at Chicago’s Grant Park in a decade reminded us how much amazing new music he’s given us in the past few years.

Billie Eilish

It’s been two years since the release of Billie Eilish’s last studio album, but that didn’t stop her from setting the Lollapalooza stage on fire with her biggest hits.

Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey’s headlining set at this year’s Glastonbury ended in disaster, with her set being cut short due to the festival’s strict curfew, but she redeemed herself by bringing Lollapalooza to an epic conclusion at the Bud Light stage.