Lollapalooza has once again outdone themselves with the announcement of their 170-artist lineup for the annual Chicago music festival. As usual, they have curated a diverse lineup that caters to a wide range of music fans.
This year, the top headliners for the Aug. 3-6 event at Grant Park include Kendrick Lamar, Billie Eilish, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Odesza, The 1975, Lana Del Rey, Karol G, and Tomorrow X Together.
But that’s not all. The expansive bill also includes other artists such as A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, Carly Rae Jepsen, Diplo, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Maggie Rogers, Lil Yachty, Lainey Wilson, Noah Kahan, Portugal. The Man and more. There really is something for everyone at Lollapalooza this year.
Check out the official festival’s lineup poster below!
Music lovers everywhere are eagerly anticipating the arrival of Lollapalooza’s 2023 lineup, which is set to be released on Tuesday March 21st at 10am. This iconic festival has been bringing together music fans from all over the world since its inception in 1991, and the anticipation for this year’s lineup is no exception.
With a reputation for showcasing some of the biggest names in the music industry, Lollapalooza’s 2023 lineup is sure to rival all major music festivals in the upcoming summer. Fans are hoping for a diverse range of artists and genres, ranging from indie rock to hip hop and beyond. The festival has always had a reputation for showcasing emerging artists, as well as established acts, so we can expect to see a mix of both come Tuesday morning.
Of course, no discussion of Lollapalooza would be complete without mentioning the unforgettable performances that take place on its stages. From headlining acts to breakout stars, the festival always delivers an incredible lineup of performers. Fans are already speculating about who might grace the stages at this year’s festival, with rumors circulating about potential headliners like Billie Eilish, Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Lana Del Rey, Kanye West and more.
With just a few days left until the lineup is announced, anticipation is at an all-time high. Fans around the world will be eagerly tuning in to see who will be taking the stage at Lollapalooza 2023. Whether you’re a diehard fan or a casual music lover, this festival is sure to be an unforgettable experience. Stay tuned for more updates and get ready to rock out at Lollapalooza 2023!
Nothing beats live music in the Windy City in the summer months, so it’s no surprise that a number of big concerts are coming to your favorite Chicago venues. From 5 Seconds of Summer’s lakeside performance in the middle of the month, to Little Big Town’s Ravinia Festival Performance in Highland Park, we have five big shows that you need to catch this month.
Check out our list of the 5 can’t miss concerts in Chicago in July!
Perhaps saving the best for last, the final day of Lollapalooza 2019 was maybe the best of the entire 4-day weekend. With performances from Kacey Musgraves, Meek Mill, Slash and even a DJ set from Shaq, there was something for everyone at the final day of the Windy City festival.
Check out our favorite photos from Day 4 of Lollapalooza 2019 below.
Kicking off the second half of the 4-day festival, Chicago’s Lollapalooza is having a great 2019. With one of the best lineups of the festival season, Day 3 was as great (if not better) than the first two days of the Windy City festival, boasting performances from Lil Wayne, Tenacious D, Gunna and Twenty One Pilots to name a few.
Check out our favorite photos from Day 3 of Lollapalooza 2019 below.
Lollapalooza returned to Chicago’s Grant Park for another year of great live music this weekend, boasting one of the best lineups of the entire festival season. And Day 2 kept the momentum of opening night going as artists like Maggie Rogers, Tame Impala, Janelle Monae, NF and many more blessed the stage on Friday.
Check out our favorite photos from Day 2 of Lollapalooza 2019 below.
Lollapalooza returned to Chicago’s Grant Park for another year of great live music, boasting one of the best lineups of the entire festival season. And Day 1 got things started on the right foot as artists like The Chainsmokers, H.E.R., Lil Baby, Saba, YBN Cordae, Hayley Kiyoko and many more blessed the stage on Thursday.
Check out our favorite photos from Day 1 of Lollapalooza 2019 below.
Chicago’s premiere music festival, Lollapalooza, is returning for another year of great live music.
After expanding to four dates a couple years ago, Lolla will again be a 4-day festival and will run from August 1st through the 4th, returning to downtown’s Grant Park. With headlining sets from Ariana Grande, Twenty One Pilots, The Strokes and Childish Gambino, fans will also enjoy performances from Tame Impala, The Chainsmokers, Flume, J Balvin, Kacey Musgraves, Meek Mill, Lil Wayne, Janelle Monae, Hozier, 21 Savage, Tencious D and many more!
Four-day tickets are on sale now and can be purchased at Lolla’s official website. Single day tickets will go on sale sometime in the coming months.
Lollapalooza came to a close on Sunday, as rocker Jack White closed out the Chicago festival, beating out an incoming storm coming westward.
Like all days before it, fans on Sunday enjoyed some great performances throughout the entire day. Whether you were catching a set from Nav, Gucci Mane, Lil Uzi Vert, Bazzi, Kali Uchis or more, you were likely having the time of your life. There was no better place in the world to be than Grant Park yesterday.
Check out our photos from Lollapalooza Day 4 below.