Lil Durk, a rapper, was injured during his performance at the stage of Lollapalooza 2022 in Grant Park, Chicago. It seemed that pyrotechnics exploded right in front of him.
In a recent Instagram post, Lil Durk revealed his bandaged eye.
After he walked in the explosion, Durk stopped rapping and used his shirt to wipe his eyes.
“Woah, Woah, you alright, bro? It shot straight up,” his DJ is heard saying, referring to the smoke.
“Due to the incident that happened at Lollapalooza in Chicago on stage, I’ma take a break & focus on my health,” he said in the post. “I finished my performance yesterday for my fans. Appreciate y’all.”
The organizers of Lollapalooza have yet to release a statement on the subject.
Durk has been announced to play later this month, with more dates set for September and October. Lollapalooza continued its Chicago show for its last day, featuring Green Day and J-Hope as headliners.
The accident that went viral on different social media platforms shows Lil Durk walking onto the stage ahead of getting hit in the face with two smoke pillars. He then protects his face with his T-shirt, and the music goes off.
Following a short moment of silence, Durk replied, “F—k it, no more smoke, let’s do it,” ahead of continuing his performance.
Other Shows on the Fest
The festival was not only about the music, but also had other attractions such as Machine Gun Kelly and Dua Lipa’s performance.
The “Bloody Valentine” singer went on stage sporting a pink leather biker jacket and sang hits from his studio album in 2020, Tickets to My Downfall, and his most recent release, Mainstream Sellout.”
Colson Baker by birth, the rocker contemplated performing the 1:30 pm slot at the festival last year, saying, “I’ve been waiting for this moment a long f—ing time.”
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MGK then previews he would be “bringing friends out,” including Iann Dior and Avril Lavigne.
Lollapalooza is a music festival that features some of the biggest names in rock and roll. This year’s lineup includes Lil Baby, Big Sean, Green Day, The Kid Laroi, and Mettalica.
Metallica, Lil Baby, Jazmine Sullivan, Billy Strings, Zhu, 100 Gecs, Still Woozy, Ashnikko, Black Coffee, Manchester Orchestra, Tove Lo, Caroline Polacheck, MK, Remi Wolf, Zach Bryan, Chris Lorenzo, Role Model, Inhaler, Sam Fender, Pi’erre Bourne, The Wombats, Maxo Kream, Maude Latour, Tsha, Petey, Sampa the Great, Midwxst, Unserscores, Redveil, Bijou, Jubilee, Niko Rubio, Emmy Meli, Last Dinosaurs, Tony Velour, Com3t, Biicla, Rosie, Jesse Jo Stark, Giovannie and the Hired Guns, Lorna Shore, Mills, and Willie Jones.
Dua Lipa, Machine Gun Kelly, Glass Animals, Don Toliver, Rezz, King Princess, Girl in Red, Liquid Stranger, Royal Blood, Cordae, Bob Moses, Coi Leray, Tinashe, Muna, Wet Leg, Glaive, Sofaygo, The Regrettes, LP Giobbi, Whipped Cream, Mahalia, Del Water Gap, Genesis Owusu, Baby Tate, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Wreckno, Jasiah, Kaycyy, Maddy O’Neal, Fiin, Young Franco, Flipturn, La Dona, Jackie Hayes, Aiida, David Solomon, Taipei Houston, Binki, Jordy, Daisy the Great, Rawayana, Gata, Joey Valence & Brae.
J.Cole, Kygo, Big Sean, Kaskade, Idles, Turnstile, Wallows, Tomorrow X Together, Lil Durk, YG, Blxst, Duke Dumont, Willow, Chelsea Cutler, Coin, Fletcher, Sidepiece, Dashboard Confessional, Larry June, Gracie Abrams, Griff, Gayle, Mariah the Scientist, Alexander 23, Cochise, Duckwrth, Evan Giia, Hinds, Surg Mesa, Grabbitz, Coco & Clair Clair, Crawlers, Pom Pom Squad, Ericdoa, Calder Allen, Charm La’Donna, Charly Jordan, Steller, Prentiss, Babyjake, Meet Me @ the Altar, Sam Austins, Dannylux, Bucky Cheds, and D. Carr.
Green Day, J-Hope, Porno for Pyros, The Kid Laroi, Charli XCX, Dominic Fike, Denzel Curry, Polo & Pan, Maneskin, Local Natives, The Marias, John Summit, Banks, Gordo, Beach Bunny, Pinkpantheress, Goth Babe, Atliens, Young Nudy, James Hype, Habstrakt, Kennyhoopla, Audrey Nuna, Djo, Claire Rosinkranz, Teezo Touchdown, Zoe Wees, Horsegirl, Erica Banks, Low Cut Connie, De’Wayne, Hot Milk, Hannah Wants, Blackstarkids, Lucille Zookeper, Buffalo Nichols, Dylan, India Shawn, Peter Cottontale, Lølø, and Trella.
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