Celebrating 25 years as a world-renowned festival, Lollapalooza announced an incredibly diverse all-star lineup Monday, March 23. To commemorate this milestone anniversary, the festival is bringing four full days of music and over 170 performers to Chicago’s beautiful Grant Park, July 28-31.
This year’s headliners are Radiohead, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Hardwell, J. Cole, Lana Del Rey, Martin Garrix, Ellie Goulding, Major Lazer, Marshmello and Disclosure.
Legacy acts from the early days of Lollapalooza will be front and center with the return of Jane’s Addiction, fronted by the festival’s creator and founder Perry Farrell– with a set full of surprises, as well as the Red Hot Chili Peppers, who headlined the festival in 1991 and 1992.
“We promise the festival will always strive to be the ‘lifeblood’ of the music scene. Four days this year, over 170 of the best bands, including acts from all over the world, as the music community connects globally more than ever; the best sound, staging and lights,” said the festivals creator and founder, Perry Farrell. “I’ve immersed myself in this experience for 25 years now, and as long as we always try to find the eye of the hurricane, the epicenter of the music that is truly connecting right now, I think we can go for another 25 years!”
Sadly, 4-Day General Admission Tickets sold out on March 22.
A limited number of 1-Day General Admission Tickets ($120) and 1-Day VIP Tickets ($650) are still available for purchase.
4-Day VIP Tickets ($2,200), 4-Day Platinum Tickets ($4,200) and Official Hotel Packages are also available now at lollapalooza.com.