(Above source: YouTube video)
Lollapalooza kicks off tomorrow, August 1, in Chicago’s Grant Park. Tickets start at $130 for general admission and go all the way to $4,200 for a four-day Platinum pass. There’s also a four-day “Lolla Insider” pass and individual cabanas, but you’ll have to email the festival to find out how much they cost.
If you’re not headed to Grant Park, there is another, considerably less expensive option.
YouTube will provide a free, curated livestream of the four-day music festival, along with “custom content giving unique access to the festivals’ artists.”
Three live channels will start coverage at 7 pm ET. The festival promises more than 170 musical performers.
The headliners are:
Thursday, August 1 – The Strokes and The Chainsmokers
Friday, August 2 – Childish Gambino and Tame Impala
Saturday, August 3 – Twenty One Pilots and J Balvin
Sunday, August 4 – Ariana Grande and Flume
Founder Perry Farrell launched Lollapalooza as a touring music festival in 1991. As part of that event, here’s Jane’s Addiction playing at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, CA:
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