July 29 – August 1, 2021, Lollapalooza returns to Chicago to take over Grant Park! Looking at this lineup already has my legs on fire imaging running between all eight stages. Guess it’s time to start training! With huge names including Post Malone, Miley Cyrus, Marshmello, Illenium, and more, you’ll be getting more bang for your buck at this festival than most in the midwest.
Did someone say diversity?
Hell yeah, they did! This one is for the multi-genre lovers- Young Thug, All Time Low, Wooli, Brownies & Lemonade All-Stars?!? How can you resist? We can’t think of another midwest festival where you can see all your favorite mixed genre artists and that makes Lolla a full send for us! Plus, knowing Chicago is about to go back to its roots and jam-pack the city with fellow music lovers fills us to the brim with joy. This is what it’s all about.
While we would normally find ourselves mostly at Perry’s Stage, this year may pan out differently.
Boasting an all-star lineup like Lollapalooza consistently does, there is certainly something there for everyone. Not to mention, THE AFTER PARTIES. Every year is filled with late-night shenanigans and incredible performing acts. Anxiously anticipating trying to catch a ride or hop on the train to make it to the next show. Ah, it’s good to be back y’all.
We can’t wait to make our return to Grant Park at the end of July. There’s something about listening to good music (with top-tier production nonetheless), being surrounded by beautiful faces, and looking up at the Chicago skyline surrounding you that can’t be beaten. Everything and everyone is at peace, and after a year full of tragedy, we feel human again. See you all soon!
Various Lollapalooza 2021 ticket options include GA, GA+, VIP, Cabanas, and hotel packages with down payments starting as low as $100! Don’t sleep, secure yours now!
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