DJ Diplo, 'The strokes' hold audience in thrall on concluding day of 'Lollapalooza' fest
American DJ Diplo, rock band 'The strokes, and Indian rapper 'Divine' enthralled the audience on the final day of the global musical festival 'Lollapalooza' here on Sunday.
'The strokes' performed their evergreen songs like 'Last nite' and 'Take it or leave it'.
“I watched 'Pathaan' last night and I am very inspired”, said Julian Casablancas, the lead singer of the rock band during their time on stage.
Diplo was seen donning a black sweatshirt with former Miss World Aishwarya Rai’s name and pictures printed on the front. He played various hit tracks, including 'Lean On' and 'Where are you now'. He also performed the Punjabi song ‘Mundian tu bach ke’ during his 90-minute performance.
A crowd of thousands attended the musical extravaganza to hear their favourite artists at the Mahalaxmi racecourse.
Indian rapper 'Divine' got everyone grooving to his songs including numbers like 'Mirchi', 'Kaam Pachees', and 'Baazigar'. The rapper also paid tribute to the late rapper Sidhu Moosewala by playing one of his songs.
“I am blessed to have worked with Sidhu, we won’t let the music die”, said Divine in between his performance.
K-pop star Jackson wang has been grabbing attention since the moment he landed in Mumbai on Saturday and greeted his Indian fans with ‘Namaste’. He performed some of his greatest hits like 'Go Ghost' and 'Come Alive'.
The opening performance on Sunday was given by Aadya followed by Apache, Parimal Shais, and Raveena.
Bollywood celebs including actors Hrithik Roshan, Sussanne Khan, Kajol, Rajkummar Rao, Patralekha and Huma Qureshi cheered on their favourite artists amongst others.
The main highlights of the final day of the two-day event included performances by the US-based band 'Cigarettes After Sex, and Indian singer and songwriter Prateek Kuhad among others.
At least 40 artists performed at the festival across four stages in two days.
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