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  • Find tickets from 397 dollars to Lollapalooza (4 Day Pass) with The Weeknd, Bruno Mars, Arctic Monkeys, and more on Thursday August 2 at time to be announced at Grant Park in Chicago, IL
  • Find tickets from 151 dollars to Lollapalooza (Thursday Pass) with Arctic Monkeys, Travis Scott, Khalid, and more on Thursday August 2 at 11:00 am at Grant Park in Chicago, IL
  • Find tickets from 188 dollars to Lollapalooza (Friday Pass) with Bruno Mars, The National, Post Malone, and more on Friday August 3 at 11:00 am at Grant Park in Chicago, IL
  • Find tickets from 171 dollars to Lollapalooza (Saturday Pass) with The Weeknd, Vampire Weekend, Logic, and more on Saturday August 4 at 11:00 am at Grant Park in Chicago, IL
  • Find tickets from 184 dollars to Lollapalooza (Saturday Pass) on Saturday August 4 at 11:00 am at Grant Park in Chicago, IL
  • Find tickets from 139 dollars to Lollapalooza (Sunday Pass) with Jack White, ODESZA, Lil Uzi Vert, and more on Sunday August 5 at 11:00 am at Grant Park in Chicago, IL

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Lollapalooza Details

Book a trip to the Windy City for Lollapalooza, a multi-day fest that draws more than 160,000 people to Chicago’s Grant Park every summer. Founded by Jane’s Addiction singer Perry Farrell in 1991, the festival began as a farewell tour for the band until it finally concluded 1997. It was resurrected in 2003, and after some financial woes was reimagined into the weekend-long celebration that it is today. The event boasts a slew of amazing alternative artists, from Eminem to Nine Inch Nails, Arcade Fire to Radiohead. In 2010 the fest expanded outside of the United States, with events in Chile, Brazil and South America. Although it’s a no-camping festival, attendees will have countless accommodations with Chicago as their playground.