If ever there were a music festival embodiment of the importance of second chances in life, Lollapalooza would be it. What is now North America’s largest music festival in terms of daily attendance was left for dead in 2004, with the festival canceled that year duo to poor sales of Lollapalooza tickets. In its first incarnation, Lollapalooza was a touring festival, with Lollapalooza tickets being sold for events throughout North America from 1991 to 1997. In those early days, Lollapalooza rode the alternative rock wave of the ‘90s and helped break major bands of the era including Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Rage Against the Machine, and Smashing Pumpkins. While the festival was for the most part successful, many fans complained of the high price of Lollapalooza tickets and the festival ran what many thought would be its final year in 1997. In 2003, the touring festival was revived again for one more year before being canceled in 2004. But instead of giving up, Lollapalooza founder/Jane’s Addiction frontman Perry Farrell (with the help of new business partners including Austin-based C3 Presents) reorganized the event as a one-city destination festival in downtown Chicago’s Grant Park in 2005. Lollapalooza tickets sold at a modest pace in 2005, with 65,000 people purchasing Lollapalooza tickets and braving the 105-degree heat to see a diverse lineup that included Arcade Fire, The Killers, Weezer, The Black Keys, Widespread Panic, Primus, Billy Idol, and The Pixies. Over the years in Chicago, the festival steadily gained popularity by consistently showcasing big-name acts including Lady Gaga, Daft Punk, Kanye West, and Radiohead, as well as a steady stream of up-and-coming indie acts. In recent years the festival has displayed a more electronic bent, as the rise in popularity of dance music has led to the EDM-heavy Perry’s Stage becoming one of the most heavily attended stages at the festival every year. In a sign of how popular the event has become, in 2008 the festival signed a 10-year deal to keep Lollapalooza in Chicago’s Grant Park through 2018. In 2013, all available Lollapalooza tickets were snapped up in four hours as the festival sold out in record time while also setting an attendance record of 300,000 people over three days, or 100,000 per day. In recent years the festival has also expanded abroad, with Lollapalooza Chile being added in 2011, Lollapalooza Brazil being added in 2012, and Lollapalooza Argentina being added in 2014. However, a planned expansion into Tel Aviv, Israel was postponed indefinitely in 2013. Lollapalooza tickets are currently on sale for Lollapalooza Chile 2014, taking place in Santiago’s O’Higgins Park March 29-30 featuring Red Hot Chili Peppers, Arcade Fire, Soundgarden, Nine Inch Nails, The Pixies, Phoenix, New Order, and Vampire Weekend. Featuring similar lineups, Lollapalooza tickets are available for Lollapalooza Argentina, taking place April 1-2 in Buenos Aires’s Hipodromo de San Igidro, and Lollapalooza Brazil, taking place April 5-6 in Sao Paulo’s Autodromo de Interlagos. While the official lineup for the main Lollapalooza festival in Chicago, taking place August 1-3 in Grant Park, has not yet been released, several acts have already been reported to be playing including Eminem, Skrillex, Kings of Leon, and Arctic Monkeys, as well as acts rumored to be playing including Justin Timberlake, Kanye West, Outkast, Foster the People, Modest Mouse, Cut Copy, and Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds. Lollapalooza tickets are expected to go on sale to the general public on March 25.
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Location: Parque O'Higgins in Santiago, Chile.
Dates: April 6, 2013 – April 7, 2013
Saturday: Pearl Jam, Queens of the Stone Age, Kaskade, The Hives, Kaiser Chiefs, Two Door Cinema Club, Passion Pit, Los Tres, Crystal Castles, Major Lazer, Puscifer, The Temper Trap, Of Monsters and Men, Alabama Shakes, Chancho en Piedra, Zeds Dead, Gepe, Banda Conmoción, Dread Mar I, Carla Morrison, DJ Marky, Zonora Point, Mecanico, Pascuala y Fauna, Intimate Stranger, Tréboles, Keko Yoma, Cachureos, Sinergia, Los Plumabits.
Sunday: The Black Keys, deadmau5, A Perfect Circle, Franz Ferdinand, Steve Aoki, Hot Chip, Keane, Nas, Tomahawk, Manuel García, Foals, Feed Me, Porter Robinson, Gary Clark Jr., Marcelo D2, Bad Brains, Toro y Moi, Perrosky, Amadou & Miriam, De Saloon, Russian Red, Protistas, Poncho, Resina Lala, Kali Mutsa, Red Oblivion, Agents, Daniel Klauser, Transubhiriano, Mago Oli.
Location: The Jockey Club in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Dates: March 29, 2013 – March 31, 2013
Pearl Jam, The Killers, The Black Keys, deadmau5, Queens Of The Stone Age, Planet Hemp, A Perfect Circle, Franz Ferdinand, Kaskade, Steve Aoki, The Hives, The Flaming Lips, Knife Party, Cake, Kaiser Chiefs, Two Door Cinema Club, Hot Chip, Passion Pit, Criollo, Tomahawk, Nas, Foals, Crystal Castles, Major Lazer, Puscifer, Gui Boratto, Porter Robinson, The Temper Trap, Madeon, Alabama Shakes, Of Monsters and Men, Zeds Dead, Rusko, Toro y Moi, Gary Clark, Jr., Technostalgia feat. DJ Marky & Bid, Feed Me, Lirinha + Eddie, Agridoce, Vanguart, Vivendo Do Ócio, Mix Hell, Holger, Dirtyloud, Wehbba, Ludov, AgraforrÉia XilarmÔnica, Tokyo Savannah, Copacabana Club, Wannabe Jalva, Baia, RepÚblica, Stop Play Moon, Database, Lennox, Boss In Drama, Classic, William Naraine, Perrosky, Bruno Barudi
Location: Grant Park, Chicago
Dates: August 2, 2013 – August 4, 2013
Bud Light Stage
Friday: Io Echo, Ghost B.C., Band of Horses, Queens of the Stone Age, Nine Inch Nails
Saturday: Planet Hemp, Charles Bradley, Ellie Goulding, Kendrick Lamar, The Postal Service
Sunday: Palma Violets, Alex Clare, Two Door Cinema Club, Vampire Weekend, Phoenix
Red Bull Sound Select Stage
Friday: Emeli Sandé, Smith Westerns, Crystal Castles, New Order, The Killers
Saturday: Shovels & Rope, Ben Howard, Local Natives, The National, Mumford & Sons
Sunday: Astro, Wild Nothing, Tegan and Sara, Grizzly Bear, The Cure
Lake Shore Stage
Friday: Robert DeLong, Icona Pop, Father John Misty, Imagine Dragons, Hot Chip
Saturday: Wheeler Brothers, Little Green Cars, Court Yard Hounds, Eric Church, The Lumineers
Sunday: Guards, Wild Belle, Lianne La Havas, Alt-J, Beach House
Petrillo Band Shell
Friday: The Neighbourhood, Deap Vally, Jessie Ware, Thievery Corporation, Lance Herbstrong
Saturday: The Bright Light Social Hour, Reignwolf, Matt & Kim, Foals, Supreme Cuts
Sunday: Yawn, Jake Bugg, Baroness, The Vaccines, RVSB
Friday: Drowners, San Cisco, Twenty One Pilots, Atlas Genius, Theophilus London, Disclosure, Frightened Rabbit, Lana Del Rey
Saturday: Family of the Year, Pujol, St. Lucia, HAIM, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Heartless Bastards, Death Grips (cancelled), Azealia Banks (cancelled), Bad Things
Sunday: Red Bull Sound Select Winner, The Orwells, Skaters, MS MR, Wavves, DIIV, 2 Chainz, Cat Power
Friday: American Authors, D-Pryde, Brick + Mortar, Houndmouth, Pacific Air, Hey Marseilles, Chance the Rapper
Saturday: Frontier Ruckus, Beast Patrol, Wild Cub, Lukas Nelson & P.O.T.R., The Dunwells, Brooke Waggoner, Blondfire
Sunday: O'Brother, Makeshift Prodigy, Wake Owl, The Mowgli's, Machines Are People Too, Bear Mountain, Half Moon Run
Friday: Brite Lite Brite, Keys N Krates, Timeflies, Monsta, Dillon Francis, Modestep, Flux Pavilion, Steve Aoki
Saturday: Cherub, Cole Plante, 360, GRiZ, Baauer, Adventure Club, Dada Life, Steve Angello
Sunday: Stratus, Alvin Risk, Angel Haze, Kill the Noise, Art Department, Dog Blood, Major Lazer, Knife Party
Location: Parque O'Higgins in Santiago, Chile.
Dates: March 29, 2014 – March 30, 2014
Featured performers included Red Hot Chili Peppers, Arcade Fire, Soundgarden, Nine Inch Nails, Pixies, Phoenix, New Order, Vampire Weekend, Imagine Dragons, Axwell, Ellie Goulding, Julian Casablancas, Zedd, Kid Cudi, Johnny Marr, Lorde, The Bloody Beetroots, Francisca Valenzuela, Cafe Tacvba, The Wailers, Portugal. The Man, Cage The Elephant, Joachim Garraud, Nino Cohete, Upa!, Somos Manhattan, Wolfgang Gartner, Capital Cities, Jake Bugg, AFI, Flux Pavilion, Krewella, Ana Tijoux, We Are The Grand, Movimiento Original, Alejandro Vivanco, Baauer and others.
Location: Hipódromo San Isidro in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Dates: April 1 and 2, 2014
Featured performers included Arcade Fire, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nine Inch Nails, Soundgarden, Phoenix, Imagine Dragons, Pixies, Vampire Weekend, Julian Casablancas + The Voidz, New Order, Axwell, Ellie Goulding, Zedd, Kid Cudi, Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas, Capital Cities, Lorde, Johnny Marr, Portugal. The Man, Cage the Elephant, Jake Bugg, The Bloody Beetroots, Jovanotti, AFI, Savages, Wolfgang Gartner, Juana Molina, Onda Vaga, Flux Pavilion, Flume, Él Mató a un Policía Motorizado and others.
Location: Autódromo de Interlagos in São Paulo, Brazil.
Dates: April 5 and 6, 2014
Featured performers included Muse, Arcade Fire, Nine Inch Nails, Soundgarden, Phoenix, Imagine Dragons, Pixies, Vampire Weekend, Julian Casablancas + The Voidz, New Order, Axwell, Disclosure, Ellie Goulding, Kid Cudi, Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas, Capital Cities, Lorde, Johnny Marr, Portugal. The Man, Cage the Elephant, Jake Bugg, The Bloody Beetroots, AFI, Savages, Wolfgang Gartner, Flux Pavilion, Flume and others.
Location: Grant Park, Chicago
Dates: August 1, 2014 – August 3, 2014
Bud Light Stage
Friday: Temples, J Roddy Walston and the Business, Interpol, Lorde, Arctic Monkeys
Saturday: Vance Joy, Kate Nash, Grouplove, Spoon, Calvin Harris
Sunday: Bomba Estéreo, Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue, Chromeo, Childish Gambino, Skrillex
Samsung Galaxy Stage
Friday: Francisca Valenzuela, Bombay Bicycle Club, Portugal. The Man, Broken Bells, Eminem
Saturday: Jungle, Phosphorescent, Fitz and the Tantrums, Foster the People, Outkast
Sunday: Jhené Aiko, White Denim, Cage the Elephant, The Avett Brothers, Kings of Leon
Friday: San Fermin, Lucius, Hozier (replaced Dmitri Vegas and Like Mike), AFI, Sander Kleinienberg
Saturday: Papa, Parquet Courts, John Butler Trio, Nas, Joachim Garraud
Sunday: Kongos, Delta Rae, Run the Jewels, Rebelution, Kausea
Lake Shore Stage
Friday: The So So Glos, Kodaline, Warpaint, Chvrches, Lykke Li
Saturday: The Districts, Wildcat! Wildcat!, The Temper Trap, Manchester Orchestra, The Head and the Heart
Sunday: Bear Hands, Bleachers, London Grammar, Glen Hansard, Young the Giant
The Grove Stage
Friday: Roadkill Ghost Choir, Into It. Over It., Courtney Barnett, Jagwar Ma, Blood Orange, Rudimental, The Kooks, Phantogram
Saturday: Jon Batiste and Stay Human, Benjamin Booker, Ratking, Meg Myers, Rich Homie Quan, Smallpools, Typhoon, Jenny Lewis, cut/copy
Sunday: Shy Girls, Gemini Club, NONONO, RAC, The 1975, The Airborne Toxic Event, Flume, Darkside
Friday: Highly Suspect, of Verona, DUGAS, Bebe Rexha, Cash Cash, Royal Blood
Saturday: Rocky Business, Charlie Hirsch, Desert Noises, Wallpaper., The Last Internationale, Johnnyswim, Joywave, Vic Mensa
Sunday: Plastic Visions, Space Capone, Fly Golden Eagle, Crass Mammoth, Cardiknox, Betty Who, Bronze Radio Return
Friday: Wrestlers, Jacob Plant, Brillz, Perry/Etty vs. Joachim Garraud, Iggy Azalea, Above and Beyond, The Glitch Mob, Zedd
Saturday: Anne Lunoe, heRobust, Z-Trip, Duke Dumont,. Gramatik, Martin Garrix, Chase and Status, Krewella
Sunday: Oyinda, Lindsay Lowend, Crizzly, GTA, Gesaffelstien, Flosstradamus, Sebastian Ingrosso, Chance the Rapper
Location: Autódromo de Interlagos in São Paulo, Brazil.
Dates: March 28, 2015 – March 29, 2015
Saturday: Baleia, Banda do Mar, Alt-J, Robert Plant, Jack White
Sunday: Scalene, Molotov, Interpol, Foster the People, Pharrell Williams
Saturday: Bula, Fitz and the Tantrums, Kasabian, Skrillex
Sunday: Far From Alaska, Rudimental, The Kooks, Calvin Harris
Saturday: Zimbra, Boogarins, Nem Liminha Ouviu, St. Vincent, Marcelo D2, Kongos, Bastille (Marina and the Diamonds was scheduled, but her show was cancelled due to last-minute travel difficulties)
Sunday: Dr. Pheabes, Mombojó, O Terno, Three Days Grace, Pitty, Young the Giant, The Smashing Pumpkins
Saturday: Anna, Vintage Culture, E-Cologyk vs Jakko, DJ Snake, Dillon Francis, Ritmo Machine, Major Lazer
Sunday: Chemical Surf, Fatnotronic, Victor Ruiz Av Any Mello, Big Gigantic, Carnage, The Chainsmokers, Childish Gambino, Steve Aoki
Location: Parque O'Higgins in Santiago, Chile.
Dates: March 14, 2015 – March 15, 2015
Saturday: Fernando Milagros, Donavon Frankenreiter, The Kooks, The Smashing Pumpkins, Jack White
Sunday: Quique Neira, Astro, The Specials, Bastille, Robert Plant, Kings of Leon
Saturday: López, Congreso, Molotov, Foster the People, Skrillex
Sunday: Pedro Piedra, Lumumba, Alt-J, Kasabian, Calvin Harris
VTR D-Box Stage
Saturday: DJ Caso, MKRNI, Matanza, Kill the Noise, Carnage, Dillon Francis, Ritmo Machine, Nicky Romero
Sunday: AFRIK, ATOM, Rudimental, RVSB, DJ Snake, Cypress Hill, Major Lazer
Acer Windows 8 Stage
Saturday: Abya Yala, Maxi Trusso, Zaturno, Camila Moreno, Chancho en Piedra + Los Tetas, St. Vincent (musician), Ana Tijoux
Sunday: Coffeehouse, Portavoz, Mass Mental, Chet Faker, The Last Internationale, Chet Faker, Damian Marley, SBTRKT, Interpol
Saturday: Marineros, OH Margot!, Manu Da Banda, Hielo Negro, Esteman, Chinoy, Javiera y Los Imposibles
Sunday: Farmacos, Dead Christine, Lilits, Maria Magdalena, Miss Garrison, Yajaira, Tinariwen
Location: Grant Park, Chicago
Dates: July 31, 2015 – August 2, 2015
Friday, July 31
Paul McCartney, The Weeknd, alt-J, Alabama Shakes, Kaskade, Dillon Francis, Gary Clark Jr., Flying Lotus, Hot Chip, The War On Drugs, Father John Misty, Cold War Kids, DJ Snake, Sylvan Esso, MS MR, Tove Lo, Glass Animals, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, First Aid Kit, DJ Mustard, James Bay, BROODS, MisterWives, What So Not, SZA, Jamestown Revival, Philip Selway, Young Thug, Coasts, DESTRUCTO, BØRNS, BADBADNOTGOOD, Mighty Oaks, Bear’s Den, Peking Duk, Black Pistol Fire, Spookyland, Gabriel Garzon-Montano, Kyle Thorton & The Company, The New Pacific, Daye Jack, The Pop Ups, Q Brothers, School Of Rock AllStars, The Jimmies, Mista Cookie Jar & The Chocolate Chips
Saturday, August 1
Metallica, Sam Smith, Alesso, Tame Impala, Kid Cudi, Brand New, Carnage, G-Eazy, Walk The Moon, Tyler The Creator, The Tallest Man On Earth, Banks, Chet Faker, Sturgill Simpson, Death From Above 1979, Toro Y Moi, Charli XCX, Django Django, Boys Noize, Delta Spirit, RL Grime, Givers, Ryn Weaver, Travi$ Scott, CAKED UP, Hermitude, Wet, HOLYCHILD, Catfish And The Bottlemen, Zella Day, Mt. Eden, Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas, SNBRN, Elle King, Beat Connection, Mick Jenkins, Raury, Jack Novak, Pell, White Sea, Hippo Campus, COIN, Danny Weinkauf, School Of Rock AllStars, The Jimmies, Mista Cookie Jar & The Chocolate Chips, The Helmets
Sunday, August 2
Florence + The Machine, Bassnectar, Of Monsters And Men, A$AP Rocky, TV On The Radio, NERO, Kygo, Twenty One Pilots, Nicky Romero, Marina And The Diamonds, FKA Twigs, Lord Huron, Gogol Bordello, Stromae, ODESZA, LOGIC, The Chainsmokers, Wild Belle, Twin Peaks, Angus & Julia Stone, George Ezra, Strand Of Oaks, MOON TAXI, Shakey Graves, Galantis, Night Terrors of 1927, Alison Wonderland, Circa Waves, DMA’s, Sheppard, Mako, Skylar Spence, The Wombats, Halsey, Lion Babe, Black Tiger Sex Machine, VERITE, JackLNDN, ZEBRA KATZ, The Lonely Biscuits, SirenXX, In The Whale, Atarah Valentine, The Pop Ups, Danny Weinkauf, Motown Pete, Q Brothers, School Of Rock AllStars
Lollapalooza Tickets News
7-31-15: Lollapalooza 2015 officially kicks off in Chicago’s Grant Park today, and 3-day passes are still available for purchase on the secondary market. According to TiqIQ the average price for Lollapalooza 3-day passes is now $368.60 and the cheapest can be found for $328. If planning to purchase single-day tickets, Friday Lollapalooza tickets now average $415.13 and get-in price is $138. Metallica will headline the bill tomorrow night, where tickets own a secondary average of $235.66 and get-in price starts at $179. The festival’s final day on Sunday is the second most expensive individual day, with tickets averaging $329.53 and get-in price starting at $138.
7-29-15: The first wave of Lollapalooza aftershows will occur tonight. Toro Y Moi, Young Buffalo and Sol Cat will play Chicago’s Metro Smart Bar and will precede The War On Drugs and Philip Selway’s show tomorrow night. Also featured tomorrow is alt-J at the Aragon Ballroom, where alt-J Lollapalooza aftershow tickets currently average $39 and get-in price is $24 on the secondary market. Tomorrow night additionally welcomes Tove Lo to Concord Music Hall and Glass Animals and Gabriel Garzon-Montano to Bottom Lounge. Lollapalooza 3-day passes now average at $650.55 and the cheapest can be found on the secondary market for $129.
7-27-15: Lollapalooza is just four days away from kicking off its 2015 installment in Chicago’s Grant Park. According to TiqIQ, the average price for Lollapalooza 3-day passes is now $460.48 and the cheapest available is $321. The festival is widely known for its elaborate aftershow parties and this year will be no different as artists like Gary Clark Jr., Tove Lo, Charli XCX, Brand New, Of Monsters and Men and alt-J highlight the events around the Windy City. Of Monster and Men’s August 1 show at Chicago’s House of Blues is the most expensive aftershow, with tickets owning a secondary average of $748 and get-in price starting at $66.Subterranean, Metro Smart Bar, Lincoln Hall and The MID will also welcome aftershows this year.
7-24-15: 3-day Lollapalooza passes are continuing to increase in price on the secondary market. Now averaging at $477.14, they are nearly 20% more expensive than last year’s festival, which owned a $394.62 average. The cheapest available 3-day pass to this year’s Lollapalooza Festival is $350 – still 27.3% above the face value of $275. Tickets sold out on the primary market in a matter of hours back in late-March, prompting brokers to begin putting big price premiums on tickets. Paul McCartney, Metallica and Florence + the Machine will headline the three-day affair in Chicago’s Grant Park this year. The festival launches on Friday, July 31 and runs through Sunday, August 2.
7-22-15: Now just nine days away, the 2015 Lollapalooza Festival is beginning to see ticket prices dip on the secondary market. According to TiqIQ, the average secondary price for Lollapalooza 3-day passes is now $451.33, down nearly 3% from last Thursday's average of $463.90. The cheapest available 3-day pass is listed for $324. The most expensive single day comes on August 1, where tickets average $289.51 and the get-in price is $151. August 2, the festival's final day, is the cheapest single day with a $171.36 average and $141 get-in price.
7-20-15: Just 11 days separate the 2015 Lollapalooza Festival from kicking off at Hutchinson Field in Chicago’s Grant Park. Featuring headlining performances from Paul McCartney, Metallica and Florence + The Machine, the festival will run in the Windy City between July 31 and August 2. According to TiqIQ, the average secondary price for 2015 Lollapalooza tickets is $197.74 on the secondary market. The festival’s second day (August 1) will be the most expensive, with tickets averaging $206.14 and the get-in price starting at $159. That night will be highlighted by Metallica, Sam Smith, G-Eazy and Alesso, who will perform following daytime acts like The Tallest Man On Earth, Tyler, the Creator, Travi$ Scott, Charli XCX, Walk the Moon and Brand New.
8-1-14: The much-anticipated Lollapalooza Festival begins today in Grant Park, Chicago. The three-day festival will featuring headlining sets from Eminem, Lorde, Calvin Harris, Skrillex, Kings of Leon, and Outkast along with dozens more of music’s biggest and upcoming acts.
7-30-14: With just two days remaining
before Lollapalooza begins this weekend, the festival has released time slots for each of its artists over it three-day tenure in Grant Park, Chicago. Arctic Monkeys and Zedd will close out the first day on Friday, Outkast and Calvin Harris will end day two on Saturday and Kings of Leon and Skrillex will headline the final night on Sunday, August 3.
7-28-14: Lollapalooza will be held this weekend in Grant Park, Chicago. Headlining acts include Eminem, Kings of Leon, Skrillex and Calvin Harris as well as Lorde, Outkast, Arctic Monkeys and The Avett Brothers. The three-day festival celebrates its 10th anniversary this year.
7-25-14: Lollapalooza will celebrate its 10th anniversary this year and will welcome a projected 160,000 people over its three-day duration in Chicago’s Grant Park. Over 130 acts will play over eight stages next weekend.
7-23-14: Lollapalooza begins in just nine days and will feature headlining acts Eminem, Outkast, Kings of Leon, Arctic Monkeys, Skrillex, Calvin Harris, Lorde and Zedd. The festival is set to run from August 1-3 in Chicago’s Grant Park.
7-21-14: With under two weeks remaining, Lollapalooza remains to be one of the summer’s most anticipated concerts. The 3-day festival in Grant Park, Chicago will host top-billed acts Eminem, Kings of Leon, Outkast, Arctic Monkeys, Skrillex and Calvin Harris among dozens more of music’s upcoming artists.
7-16-14: The new addition of digital wristbands at this year’s Lollapalooza Festival has generated a sea of positive reviews with only two weeks remaining until the 3-concert begins. With the technologically-savvy wristband, concertgoers have the ability to attach their credit card information to easily scan payments for food, drinks, merchandise and other various items around the Chicago-based festival. Lollapalooza will run from August 1-3 in Grant Park, Chicago.
7-14-14: Among the dozens of food vendors scheduled for Lollapalooza’s Chow Town are Franks ‘n’ Dogs, who are known for their Triple Truffle Fries, and Graham Elliot, who will be selling his signature lobster corn dog as the festival runs in Grant Park, Chicago from August 1-3.
7-11-14: Among several newcomers to this year’s Lollapalooza Festival are J. Roddy Walston & The Business, who are influenced by such classic rock bands as Led Zeppelin and the Rolling Stones. Other bands include Temples, a psychedelic rock band based out of England, and The Districts, who travel to the Chicago-based festival from their hometown of Los Angeles.
7-9-14: The ever-expanding Lollapalooza Festival has announced plans for a Toronto stop in 2015 pending a survey of interest. Several other music festivals, like the Osheaga Music Festival and San Francisco’s Outside Lands, also take place in mid-August, potentially causing conflict for concertgoers.
7-7-14: A three-day pass to this year’s Lollapalooza Festival now averages at $430.28 on the secondary market. The festival’s most expensive single-day ticket will be for its opening day on August 1 at $213.77. Arctic Monkeys, Eminem and Lorde are set to headline the festival’s first day.
7-2-14: Lollapalooza is expected to reach capacities of 100,000 each day of the three-day festival in August. Over 130 bands are scheduled to perform from August 1 through August 3 in Grant Park, Chicago.
6-30-14: Lollapalooza has introduced its new technological toy for this year’s festival in digital wristbands for all concertgoers. Fans attending Lollapalooza in August will have the ability to link their credit or debit card up to the digital chip inside the wristband and be able to pay for food, drinks and merchandise with a flick of the wrist-literally. Lollapalooza kicks off in Grant Park, Chicago on August 1.
6-27-14: Three-day passes for Lollapalooza are currently going for an average price of $385.42. The highest priced individual day ticket is for the festival’s first day on August 1, which sees an average price of $219.59. The three-day festival is held in Grant Park, Chicago every year.
6-25-14: Three-day pass average for Lollapalooza tickets has dropped significantly since Monday as tickets now average at $259 with a get-in price of just $150 for the three-day event in Grant Park, Chicago.
6-23-14: Average price for a three-day pass to Lollapalooza is now $405.01. The festival’s cheapest ticket will be for the final day on August 3 as average price is $138.69. The festival will be held in Chicago’s Grant Park from August 1-3.
6-20-14: Individual ticket price for the first day of Lollapalooza on August 1 averages at $260 with a get-in price of $113. The 3-day concert’s second day on August 2 has a current average price of $254 with a get-in price of $162.
6-18-14: Thousands of secondary tickets are still available for Chicago’s Lollapalooza Festival this August. The Grant Park concert sees a 3-day pass average of $455 with a get-in price of $351. Over 3,000 secondary tickets are still on the market for the opening day of the festival as August 1 Lollapalooza tickets are currently $244 with a get-in price of $113.
6-16-14: Lollapalooza has been named Destination #1 this summer by KROQ’s Road Trip USA 2014. The early August festival in Chicago sees a current 3-day pass average price of $470 with a get-in price of $355. The cheapest individual date is for the final day on August 3, which has an average price of $154 and get-in of $113.
6-11-14: Lollapalooza tickets continue to fall on the secondary market as the early August festival draws closer. Average price for the festival’s opening day on August 1 is $211 with a get-in price of $149 while the final day of the festival on August 3 has an average price of $153 with a get-in price of just $12.
6-10-14: Lollapalooza inches closer as the festival is set to kick off on August 1 in Grant Park, Chicago. Tickets for the opening day of the festival will start at $149 while August 3, the final day, will see secondary tickets starting at just $114.
6-6-14: After the announcement of over 40 after show concerts, fans can officially schedule which acts they are hell-bent on seeing when the festival kicks off in early August. Lollapalooza begins August 1 in Grant Park, Chicago and ends August 3.
6-4-14: Lollapalooza’s aftershows schedule has been announced and will feature dozens of artists from the festival playing local shows around Chicago after each Lollapalooza date from August 1-3. Featured acts include Chvrches, The Head and the Heart, The 1975, and Skrillex, among many others.
6-2-14: Single-day tickets to this summer’s Lollapalooza Festival can still be found on the secondary market. August 1 marks the first day of the festival and tickets currently average at $220 with tickets going as low as $157. The concert’s final day, August 3, sees an average price of $163 with tickets starting at $120.
5-30-14: Lollapalooza tickets and passes have all been sold out, but the festival still offers a “Platinum Pass”, which allows concertgoers an array of perks, including air conditioned viewing room and bar and catered meals, all for the hefty price of $3600.
5-28-14: Lollapalooza is less than 10 weeks away and some of music’s biggest acts will take the stage at Grant Park in Chicago. The August 1-3 festival will feature such artists as the Artic Monkeys, Kings of Leon, Skrillex and AFI.
5-22-14: Chicago will be jam-packed with talent for this year’s Lollapalooza Festival. Featured acts include Skrillex, Kings of Leon, Eminem, Artic Monkeys, Avett Brothers, Interpol and Lorde. The festival takes place in Grant Park from August 1-3rd.
5-21-14: Lollapalooza begins August 1 and will run through August 3 in Grant Park, Chicago. Full schedule set times for each act were released last week. The Samsung Galaxy Stage will see Eminem, Outkast and Kings of Leon close out each night of the festival.
5-20-14: The complete list for Lollapalooza 2014 has been announced. With 130 performances scheduled, the Chicago-based festival will include major music acts like Outkast, Skrillex, Nas, Foster the People and the Avett Brothers. Lollapalooza is held in Grant Park from August 1-3 this year.
5-16-14: Lollapalooza 3-day passes on the secondary market start at $362. The opening day of the festival is August 1 and tickets start at $163. The final day of the festival, August 3, currently has a cheapest secondary ticket price of $120.
5-14-14: From AFI to Iggy Azalea, this year’s Lollapalooza Festival will feature several of music’s biggest acts. The festival will take place in Grant Park, Chicago from August 1-3. The Riot Fest will also head to Chicago later this summer from September 12-14.
5-12-14: Lollapalooza will feature some of music’s biggest acts, including EDM sensation Zedd, Lorde and the 1975. The festival runs from August 1-3 and is held in Grant Park, Chicago. Located right off of the Chicago Harbor, Grant Park provides a scenic attraction for both residents and tourists alike.
5-9-14: Dozens of music’s biggest acts will grace the stage during Lollapalooza this year, with artists such as Eminem, Foster the People and Skrillex scheduled to perform. The festival will take place from August 1-3 in Grant Park, Chicago.
5-7-14: Lollapalooza will host its 23rd annual festival in Chicago in early August. Artists such as Kings of Leon, the Avett Brothers, Calvin Harris and Eminem are scheduled to perform at this year’s festival. The concert will be held in Grant Park from August 1-3.
5-5-14: In addition to over 100 musical acts performing throughout the weekend, Lollapalooza will also host a giant art show this year. The concert will be held from August 1-3 in Grant Park, Chicago and will feature big-name artists including Eminem, Lorde and Kings of Leon.
4-21-14: Lollapalooza headliner, Eminem is also currently set to headline the Austin City Limits festival in Austin, TX. Along with festival season, he'll be embarking on a mini Stadium tour with long time collaborator Rihanna. Thus far, tickets for the Monster tour average $242 on the resale market while Lollapalooza tickets average $212.
4-3-14: Lollapalooza Chile took place this past weekend in Chile and featured artists such as: Red Hot Chili Peppers, Soundgarden, Arcade Fire, Nine Inch Nails, The Pixies, Phoenix, Vampire Weekend, New Order, Ellie Goulding, Imagine Dragons, Zedd, Kid Cudi, Lorde, The Wailers, and Johnny Marr. Lollapalooza Argentinia also recently took place.
3-28-14: Lollapalooza tickets have sold out in record time on the primary market. With the secondary market now fans' only option, the average ticket price for a 3 day pass is $467. Sunday is the cheapest of each of the single day passes, averaging $201. Saturday is the most expensive with an average asking price of $277.
3-26-14: Here's the 2014 Lollapalooza Lineup:
Eminem, Kings Of Leon, Arctic Monkeys, Skrillex, Outkast, Calvin Harris, Lorde, The Avett Brothers, Foster The People, Zedd, Sebastian Ingrosso, Krewella, NAS, Above & Beyond, Childish Gambino, Broken Bells, Spoon, The Head and The Heart, Cage The Elephant, Young The Giant, Chase & Status, Interpol, Lykke Li, Chance The Rapper, Phantogram, Cut / Copy, Flosstradamus, Fitz & The Tantrums, Grouplove, Chvrches, The Glitch Mob, Portugal.The Man, Gramatik, Chromeo, Darkside, The 1975, Dimitri Vegas & Lke Mike, Rebelution, Glen Hansard, Jenny Lewis, Manchester Orchestra, Gesaffelstein, John Bulter Trio, Flume, and more to be announced in the coming weeks and months.