(Chicago, IL - March 20, 2019) Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino, TWENTY ØNE PILØTS, The Strokes, Tame Impala, Flume, The Chainsmokers and J Balvin will headline this year's all-encompassing Lollapalooza lineup. The summer's premier music festival will feature more than 170 bands on eight stages for an unforgettable four full days of music, August 1-4 at Grant Park in Chicago. View the entire lineup at Lollapalooza.com.
2019 marks Flume's return to Lollapalooza since his historic 2016 performance and will bring fans the first U.S. opportunity to see his newly released music performed live. This year's incredible roster also includes Record of the Year Grammy winner Kacey Musgraves in her first Lolla performance, as well as highly anticipated performances by Lil Wayne, Janelle Monáe, Meek Mill, Hozier, RÜFÜS DU SOL, Gary Clark Jr., H.E.R., Maggie Rogers, a hometown performance from Louis The Child, and more!
Festival founder Perry Farrell will also perform new solo material with Perry Farrell's Kind Heaven Orchestra, and fans will be treated to a special set from Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators.
Lollapalooza, known for giving fans a wealth of musical discovery and breakout stars, continues to bring fans fresh performances. This year's class includes King Princess,
Rosalía, FISHER, Gunna, Lauren Daigle, Normani, Lennon Stella, J.I.D, IDLES, Conan Gray, Pink Sweat$ and more.
4-Day General Admission Tickets, 4-Day GA+ Tickets, 4-DAY VIP Tickets, 4-Day Platinum Tickets and Official Hotel Packages are available now. To purchase tickets and for the full list of amenities, visit www.lollapalooza.com/tickets. 1-Day Tickets will be available at a later date.
Lollapalooza welcomes music fans of all ages, including kids. Children 10-years-old and younger will be admitted free of charge with a ticket-holding adult.
Lollapalooza, recipient of the 2017 Illinois Sustainability Award, remains committed to the environment, minimizing environmental impact and raising environmental awareness. In 2018, over 1.1 million reusable bottles were filled with free freshly filtered water provided by the CamelBack Filling Stations, offsetting the number of disposable plastic water bottles and cutting down on waste. Over 145 tons of recycled and or compostable material was diverted from landfills thanks to efforts of fans, staff and ambassadors. Additionally, Lollapalooza offset 2.4 million pounds of carbon dioxide emissions; the work of 200,000 young trees over a year. For Lolla's full greening recap and efforts visit www.lollapalooza.com/sustainability/.
Lollapalooza is generously sponsored by Bud Light, Tito's Handmade Vodka, Citi, American Eagle, Toyota, BMI, Cupcake Vineyards and Lifeway Kefir.
Launched by founder Perry Farrell in 1991 as a touring festival, Lollapalooza remains an innovator in festival culture over 25 years later. Lollapalooza was the first festival to bring together artists from a wide range of musical genres on one bill, it was also the first to travel, the first to expand to multiple days, the first to introduce a second stage, the first to blend art and activism, the first to offset its carbon emissions, the first to put electronic music artists on the main stage, the first to create family friendly programming, the first to make its home in an urban city center and the first to expand internationally.
Lollapalooza has grown into an annual world-class festival in Chicago (2005), as well as culturally rich countries including Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Germany, France and Sweden. Lollapalooza is one of the premiere music destinations for music fans in the United States and abroad. The festival expanded to four days in 2016 in celebration of 25 years and continues to bring fans four full days of music and over 170 bands on 8 stages. In 2018 Lollapalooza brought in over 247 million dollars in local economic impact and has generated 1.445 billion dollars in total, since 2010.
Lollapalooza is produced by Perry Farrell, William Morris Endeavor Entertainment, and C3 Presents.