Chicago’s premier music festival, Lollapalooza, is set to return to Grant Park from August 3-6. The festival has now announced its full lineup for the prodigious 4-day affair.
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Well it’s finally here – the Lollapalooza 2017 lineup. After extending to four days in 2016, the festival will once again be Thursday – Sunday. Grant Park will be transformed into the music festival August 3-6. As reported yesterday – Chance The Rapper, Arcade Fire, Muse, and The Killers will be handling headlining duties. Each of these […]
After an amazing 25th Anniversary lineup in 2016, Lollapalooza has a tough act to follow for 2017. Well, they have stepped up to to the plate and released a stacked lineup this year! EDM Fans will appreciate an exciting lineup; featuring names like Porter Robinson, DJ Snake, Paper Diamond, Gramatik, 3LAU, Kaskade, Alison Wonderland, NGHTMRE,
As always in record fashion, Lollapalooza has managed to sell out of weekend(4 Day) wristbands in just minutes time. This year Lollapalooza takes place August 3rd-6th and is always located at beautiful Grant Park in the heart of downtown Chicago. First of all, massive shout out to Chance The Rapper making it as the first […]
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Correction : After the official lineup release, it has come to our attention that The Weeknd will not be a part of Lollapalooza this year. We apologize for the mistake. Ahead of the official lineup release due tomorrow morning, a source close to Consequence of Sound has reached out to them to release the top four […]
Lollapalooza‘s 2017 lineup is set to be announced Wednesday morning, but it looks like the news hit the internet prematurely. Sources tell CoS that this years headliners will be Arcade Fire, The Weeknd, Muse, and Chicago’s own, Chance The Rapper. If accurate, this will be Arcade Fire’s second show following up 2005’s opening for The Killers and Muse’s third show after appearing in 2007 and 2011. 2017 will mark The Weeknd and Chance’s second stints, with both being all the buzz as of late. Look out for the official lineup hours away, but given the direction most festivals are headed […]
Announced earlier this evening from Consequence of Sound, Lollapalooza 2017 headliners will include Arcade Fire, Muse, The Weeknd and Chance The Rapper. All four of these teased headliners have performed at Lollapalooza in the past. In fact, most of these acts have multiple Lolla performances under their belts. While all four of these listed headliners are incredible,
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If those short recap videos from your favorite festivals didn’t get you itching for festival season, the folks at Red Bull TV have the ultimate solution. Red Bull TV has recently released a one hour recap special of Lollapalooza’s 25th anniversary in 2016. The one hour special contains full performances from D.R.A.M. and G-Eazy to Big Gigantic and
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Lollapalooza Paris will take place the weekend of June 22, 2017. The festival series’ debut French edition features The Weeknd, DJ Snake, and more.
If you have been keeping track of our best of 2016 series then you know how this goes. But just in case you have been a lazy individual as this years comes to an end – here it is one more time. We polled the entire staff of EDM Sauce and each person could pick
Lollapalooza reveals who will be playing its festivals in South America come 2017 including Martin Garrix, The xx, and more.
Our aspirations for the possibility of even a sole Daft Punk performance in the upcoming year will remain dormant for the foreseeable future. Rumors had spread that the dynamic duo would be touring together again in 2017 due to a “leaked” lineup image of Lollapalooza Chile‘s 2017 bill. Alas, the show must go on! As […]
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An industry source close to Daft Punk confirms that the duo is not meeting fan predictions of touring in 2017, as predicted by their past tour habits.
The Lollapalooza website mysteriously has a page for Daft Punk tags that was created this year.
Following the release of The Weeknd’s new single “Starboy” featuring Daft Punk, the robots have resurfaced on an alleged flyer for the forthcoming Lollapalooza Chile music festival. The picture was posted to the sub-reddit /r/DaftPunk and has sparked a lot of conversation about Daft Punk’s almighty return. The sub-reddit mentioned that Daft Punk’s first tour
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A likely false ‘leaked’ lineup for Lollapalooza Chile appeared on Reddit, drumming up hopes that Daft Punk will be on the bill for 2017.
When we think of some of the most well known music festivals, Lollapalooza is one that comes to mind; there’s something about this Lolla that stands out among the rest. Maybe it’s the fact that it was started by the singer of a popular rock band (Perry Farrel from Jane’s Addiction), or that is has so much history behind the festival. In fact, 2016 marks the 25th Anniversary of the Lollapalooza! Growing up, it was always a festival that I’ve wanted to attend, I remember watching MTV cover acts like Green Day, Metallica, Snoop Dogg, and Prodigy performing at the festival.
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Title photo credit: Allen Daniel Photography It was the fourth and final day of Lollapalooza. My legs were sore from a weekend of stage hopping and dancing. Despite that, I got a chance to sit down and interview Jackal (aka Mikey). I had recently started following him and his music and wanted to learn more. As someone who doesn’t normally perform at these diverse festivals, Jackal found this as an opportunity to bring in new fans. “That’s how I’m coming into it. I’m going to play some new stuff, and hopefully people fuck with it. I don’t usually play these mainstream festivals, it’s
Title photo credit: Greg Noire Photography One the third day of this year’s Lollapalooza, I was fortunate enough to hang out with GRiZ (aka Grant), a guy I’ve been looking forward to meeting for a while. We’ve worked with GRiZ in a lot in the past, and I’ve heard nothing but great things about the guy from everyone who has met him. I had the chance to catch most of his set the day before, when he performed at the Perry’s stage. This is the third time that GRiZ has played Lollapalooza, which was one of the first big music
Title Photo Credit: Greg Noire Photography After a rainy start to the second day of Lollapalooza in Chicago, I got a chance to meet up with Audien (aka Nate) after his wet and intimate set at the Perry’s stage. This was the fist time Audien performed at Lolla. His spirits were high despite the rain during his set. In fact, Nate preferred the weather conditions. “Who doesn’t want to rave in the rain?” He said with a big smile on his face. Lollapalooza is a festival that welcomes all genres. With set times competing with other acts, and music fans
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