A banker at the turntables; David Solomon of Goldman Sachs to perform at Lollapalooza

The CEO of Goldman Sachs, David Solomonwill be presented at the festival of lollapalooza in Chicago as a DJ.

Solomon will be one of the artists participating in the festival that will take place from July 28 to 31 in Chicago’s Grant Park along with artists such as Metallica, Dua Lipa, Machine Gun Kelly, Doja Cat, green Day, Janes Addictionamong others.

Among the artists confirmed for this edition of the Lollapalooza festival are also Charlie XCX, Idle, Royal Blood, the Marias, Tove Lo and Glass Animals.

David Solomon, who performs under the stage name of DJ D-Solbegan performing in 2017 as a DJ at shows and festivals in New York, Miami and The Bahamas.

In 2018 he released his first production with a remix of Fleetwood Mac’s “Don’t Stop” with a touch of house music beats.

He is currently signed to Payback Records.

His most recent single “Heatwave”, released with Robbie Jay for Payback Records, was released in February 2022.

David Solomon has performed alongside artists such as marshmello, Pot, Galantis, Paul Oakenfold, Kygo and David Guetta. Solomon registers 631,729 monthly listeners on his Spotify profile.

Solomon has more than 22 years of career within the investment bank Goldman Sachs. He joined this financial institution in 1999 as a partner and since 2018 he has been CEO and member of the board of directors of the investment bank.

Additionally, all income he receives as a DJ is donated to charities for opioid addiction treatment, education, and prevention.

The festival lollapaloozafounded in 1991 by Perry Farrell alternative rock band Janes Addictionhas been an important forum in the alternative music scene and for more than a decade the festival has become an indispensable stop for the biggest artists in the music industry such as Kanye West, Paul McCartney, Foo Fighters and more.

Tickets for this edition of the Lollapalooza festival range from $350 to $4,200.

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