Michelle Williams of Destiny’s Child was also on hand.
Last night, Bud Light Music closed out the first day of Lollapalooza with a bang, bringing an incredible stage moment to the city of Chicago to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the famed music festival. Bud Light Music partnered with local Chicago DJ Duo Flosstradamus to create a stage moment that Lolla attendees will be talking about for years to come. As the electrifying DJ Duo closed out their set, they brought out none other than Chicago native and Chicago Bulls NBA star, Dwyane Wade onto the stage as he excited the crowd with his opening remarks saying, “It feels good to be home Chicago.” Once onstage, Wade continued the All-Chicago-everything theme by bringing out Grammy-Award winning singer Michelle Williams to sing her hit song “Survivor.” Just when the crowd thought the set couldn’t get any better, Chicago’s favorite hometown artist, Chance the Rapper joined the group onstage to sing hits off his recently released album, Coloring Book, including “No Problems” and “Summer Friends.” Before the group left the stage, they grabbed a few ice-cold Bud Lights for a special toast and invited the festival crowd to take a selfie as they commemorated the festival’s 25th Anniversary.
It all went down on the Bud Light Stage.
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Photo: Jeff Schear, Getty Images for Bud Light