Lollapalooza has been around since 1991 when it was created by Jane’s Addiction front man Perry Farrell. In its early years, Lollapalooza toured as a traveling festival with line-ups that included multiple different musical genres. After initially achieving success, the festival began to decline after complaints of high prices for tickets and concessions, among other issues. By 1998, demand for tickets dwindled and the festival was cancelled.
After six years without a Lollapalooza music festival, Perry Farrell attempted to revive the touring festival in 2003, which achieved only modest success. But, once again in 2004, weak ticket sales caused the cancellation of the festival. In 2005, Lollapalooza was reconceived as single venue festival that takes place at Grant Park in Chicago. Since the new format was introduced, Lollapalooza has begun to grow as a popular destination for music lovers.
Summary by Warren Peterson, TicketNews The headliners have officially been announced for Lollapalooza 2014. Taking place from August 1-3 at Grant Park in Chicago, this music festival will have many famous headliners. Some of these artists include Eminem, Kings of Leon, Foster the People, Arctice monkey, and Skrillex. The... Read more
Summary by Erica LaCentra, TicketNews Staff On May 14th, the coordinators of Lollapalooza announced the full lineup for the 3-day Chicago festival and there is sure to be something for fans of any genre. Starting on August 2nd and running through the 4th, the festival will feature performances by... Read more
Summary by Brian Dei Dolori, TicketNews: Lollapalooza will return to Chicago’s Grant Park from August 2-4, 2013. The festival is home to eight stages and will feature many of the music industry’s top performers, including The Killers, Mumford & Sons, the Postal Service, Phoenix, and Vampire Weekend. Read the... Read more
Shortly after announcing Black Sabbath will headline this year’s Lollapalooza festival in Chicago, three-day passes for the event sold out. Secondary ticket brokers are hoping music fans will turn to them for their ticket to the popular music festival. Lollapalooza, taking place August 3-5 at famed Grant Park, brings... Read more
Before Grant Park opens its gates to festival goers for Lollapalooza 2011, music fans around Chicago will have had the chance to catch some of the event’s performers on a smaller stage. Over the course of August 3-6, festival organizers have booked nearly 30 club concerts throughout the Windy... Read more
With just about three months to go and ticket sales already well underway, a lineup has finally been revealed for Lollapalooza’s 20th anniversary. Eminem, Foo Fighters, Coldplay and Muse will headline the August 5-7 festivities in Chicago, IL. Other acts atop the billing include My Morning Jacket, Deadmau5 and... Read more
The summer festival season is winding down in the United States, but some of the nation’s top destination events have already announced event dates for 2011. The Empire Polo Club in Indio, CA, will once again host its annual duo of events. Fans can celebrate a dozen years of... Read more
Feel-good indie duo Matt and Kim has announced plans for a lengthy tour of the United States and Canada this fall. The musical pair launches its venture on September 15 at The Westcott Theater in Syracuse, NY, and continues on the road through November 6 at Pearl Street Nightclub... Read more
Despite the official line-up still being under wraps, tickets for Lollapalooza, the annual three-day music festival in Chicago, went on sale yesterday, March 30. The 2010 event is scheduled to take place August 6-8 in the city’s Grant Park. Advance three-day passes are available for $190, and after that... Read more
No sooner had Lollapalooza 2009 ended than a special $60 early bird promotion for 2010 went up and sold out within minutes. The $60 promotion included admission to all three days of next year’s event. The special three-day souvenir pass for the festival’s next edition, to be held August... Read more