This year’s destination festival – August 7-9 in Chicago at Grant Park – also features performances by Ben Harper, Thievery Corporation, Snoop Dogg, Andrew Bird, TV On The Radio, Vampire Weekend, The Decemberists and Neko Case.
Still want more? STS9 (Sound Tribe Sector 9), Animal Collective, Band Of Horses, Of Montreal, Arctic Monkeys, Coheed and Cambria, Ben Folds, Fleet Foxes, Silversun Pickups, Kaiser Chiefs, Crystal Castles and Bon Iver are also on the bill.
In fact, there are so many artists and bands on the lineup, it’s probably best to send you straight to the Lollapalooza Web site for the complete list as it stands today. Just click here.
Tickets went on sale on March 31 even though no lineup was announced. Lollapalooza is already sold out of the $175 Early Bird 3-Day Pass, but there are still other ticket deals, including the advance 3-day pass for $190 as well as Lolla Lounge VIP passes for $850 each.
The festival is also offering private luxury cabanas, including private viewing platforms, personal servers, bar service and catering with prices depending on how many people you want in your cabana.
Click here for ticket information.