Music fans rejoice, as Lollapalooza’s flagship festival will make its return Aug. 3-6 in Chicago’s historic Grant Park.
Since making the Windy City its permanent home in 2005 — and after former mayor Lori Lightfoot obtained a deal to keep the fest in Chicago through 2032 — Lolla has been long been known for its versatile lineup of genres and performances, ranging from rock, metal, alternative, EDM, indie, hip-hop, pop and more.
Touting headliners in Kendrick Lamar, Billie Eilish and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, superstar rap acts such as Destroy Lonely, JID, Pusha T, Ken Carson, Lil Yachty, Joey Bada$$ and others highlight a few of the genre’s marquee trendsetters.
Lollapalooza 4-day passes will be available for pre-sale on Thursday (March 23) with a selection of exclusive perks for each level of purchase. General Admission is currently starting at $365, while a 4-day VIP band is listed at $1500. Special offers and other premium experiences can be found at Lollapalooza.com.
With nine total stages and over 170 acts slated to perform this year, Lollapalooza looks to take over Chi-Town once more come August. Expect another round of immersive live coverage from Our Generation Music this summer.