VCHA appears at Lollapalooza Chicago, a major U.S. music festival
VCHA appears at Lollapalooza Chicago, a major U.S. music festival
JYP Entertainment (hereinafter referred to as JYP)'s new global girl group VCHA was named to the lineup of the large American music festival 'Lollapalooza Chicago'.

Lollapalooza released a poster containing the appearance lineup through its official SNS channel on March 19 (local time). According to this, VCHA (Lexie, Camilla, Kendall, Savannah, Cage, Kaylee) will perform at the world-class music festival 'Lollapalooza Chicago' held at Grant Park in Chicago, Illinois, USA from August 1st to 4th.

Lollapalooza is a large-scale music festival that started in Chicago, USA in 1991 and is held in many parts of the world, including the USA, France, Chile, and Brazil. VCHA, who officially debuted on January 26th of this year, revealed their presence as a worldwide rookie by announcing their appearance at the large-scale American music festival 'Lollapalooza Chicago' in about two months. In particular, 'Lollapalooza Chicago' is raising even more expectations as it is a festival in which JYP's senior group Stray Kids was selected as the headliner.

Previously, VCHA performed as the opening stage of Twice's world tour performance, capturing the attention of global K-pop fans. Beginning with Foro Sol in Mexico City, Mexico on February 2nd and 3rd, the Allianz Parque in Sao Paulo, Brazil on the 6th and 7th, and Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, USA on March 16th, performances were performed at large overseas concert halls, attracting the attention of the audience. focused. VCHA, who showed off their potential on stage, is expected to bring new energy at 'Lollapalooza Chicago' and attract a large audience once again.

They recently released their new single 'Only One' and the title song of the same name. The title song 'Only One' is a song about a girl in love conveying her feelings to her crush, saying, 'There is only one person who understands everything about you and the perfect other half you need, and that's me', adding a fresh sensibility.

VCHA was created through collaboration between JYP, a representative K-pop agency, and Republic Records, the No. 1 label in the United States selected by Billboard under Universal Music Group. With their official debut, they received intensive attention from major overseas media such as, Rolling Stone, Billboard, People, and Popcrush.

Reporter Junho Yoon, Ten Asia translated by google