• BTS member J-Hope will headline the last day of Lollapalooza 2022 Sunday
  • Fans outside the U.S. can stream the 28-year-old South Korean rapper's performance via Weverse
  • Fans residing in the U.S. can stream J-Hope’s performance on Hulu

BTS member J-Hope is set to headline the last day of Lollapalooza 2022 Sunday, and fans from all over the world can watch him perform.

BTS fans, known as A.R.M.Y., can stream the 28-year-old South Korean rapper’s upcoming performance on the main stage of the four-day music festival held at Grant Park in Chicago, Illinois, live on Hulu and Weverse.

Fans residing in the U.S. can stream J-Hope’s performance on Hulu, which teamed up with event promoter Live Nation, Billboard reported. New subscribers can get an ad-supported plan priced at $6.99 per month or an ad-free plan that costs $12.99 per month. Both will include a 30-day-free trial to watch the festival online.

For fans who live outside the U.S., Weverse, owned by South Korean entertainment company and BTS agency Hybe, announced via Twitter that J-Hope’s history-making performance will be broadcasted in real-time for free through the Weverse PC app and the Weverse TV app.

The live stream will start at 9 p.m. CST on Sunday (or 11 a.m. KST on Monday).

“What’s up A.R.M.Y.? I cannot wait to see you at Lollapalooza on July 31. It’s an honor to be the first South Korean artist to headline a major American music festival. I’m so excited to see the other artists like Dua Lipa, J. Cole, Tomorrow X Together and so much more. I’m working hard to put on an incredible show for you all. See you in Chicago,” J-Hope said in a video shared on Twitter.

Fans have dubbed the upcoming show “Hobipalooza,” and it will be the “More” singer’s first main solo performance without fellow BTS members RM, Jimin, V, Suga, Jungkook and Jin.

“Hobipalooza is coming!” one fan tweeted, as another commented, “Who does this for their fans?! Love love love it! Can't wait to see Hobi perform!”

J-Hope will make history as the first South Korean artist to headline the annual-four day music festival in Chicago. He replaced Doja Cat, who was originally lined up to headline but had to cancel due to tonsil surgery. The procedure also resulted in her stepping down from The Weeknd’s tour.

“Hulu and Live Nation are both committed to delivering exceptional entertainment to fans, so we are thrilled to be collaborating with them, again, as we expand our offering to include these three legendary festivals,” Hulu president Joe Earley said in a statement obtained by Billboard.

He continued, “Each event is unique, but all three bring people together for incredible music, artistry, and experiences, which we are fortunate to be able to share with Hulu subscribers.”

Although J-Hope’s set list has yet to be released, he is expected to perform songs from his new album “Jack in the Box,” including “Arson,” “Pandora’s Box,” “More” and “Stop.”

The BTS member will perform on the Bud Light Stage alongside Green Day, Charli XCX, Dominic Fike, Denzel Curry, John Summit and more.

K-pop boy band Tomorrow x Together (TXT) will also make their U.S. music festival debut at Lollapalooza 2022. They will take the stage Saturday, alongside Big Sean, Lil Durk, Kygo, Kaskade, Idles, Wallows and many others.

Weverse will stream TXT’s performance live through its app at 7:45 p.m. CST on Saturday (or 9:45 a.m. KST on Sunday).

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J-Hope of "BTS" onstage at iHeartRadio LIVE with BTS presented by HOT TOPIC at iHeartRadio Theater on January 27, 2020 in Burbank, California. Kevin Winter/Getty Image