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Chance the Rapper returned to Lollapalooza last night

Chance the Rapper hits the stage in Grant Park to play a sold-out Lollapalooza Music Festival 2014.
Photograph: cousindaniel.com

This summer, almost every major music festival has received a visit from Chance the Rapper. Over the past few weeks, he's made surprise appearances at Pitchfork Music Festival and Mamby on the Beach, not to mention an extended guest spot with his collaborator and bandmate Donny Trumpet at Taste of Chicago. Of course, the Chicago-native emcee couldn't resist returning to Lollapalooza last night, where he played a headlining set back in 2014.

Last night, while the majority of the crowds were camped out in front J. Cole or Lana de Rey, Chance showed up at Perry's Stage to perform a couple of songs with local duo Flosstradamus. He didn't take the stage alone—basketball star Dwyane Wade (who will be joining the Chicago Bulls this fall) and singer Michelle Williams were also in attendance.

As usual, Chance's appearance was brief—he stayed long enough to play a pair of Coloring Book tracks, "No Problems" and "Summer Friends." If you missed his surprise appearance, don't fret. Chance recently announced that he'll be headlining a one-day music festival at U.S. Cellular Field on September 24 and tickets for the event are on sale now.

Take a look at some fan photos and videos of Chance the Rapper's unannounced Lollapalooza appearance below.

 

 

 

 

 

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