Lollapalooza announced its 2021 lineup on Wednesday, unveiling the full slate of performers set to take the stage in Chicago’s Grant Park this summer. Miley Cyrus heads the bill on Tuesday, July 29, with Tyler, The Creator atop Friday’s slate and Post Malone and the Foo Fighters anchoring Friday and Saturday, respectively.
Lollapalooza tickets are on sale now, just under two months prior to the event kicking off and expectations for full capacity to be allowed.
General admission tickets for the festival are $375 plus fees, with GA+ and VIP options already sold out. Single day tickets to Lollapalooza just went on sale this week, beginning at $130 for a general admission pass. GA+ for a single day is $225, with VIP at $500 and Platinum four times that amount at $2,000. Hotel packages, cabanas and other buy-ups are also available.
Other acts to take the stage on Friday include Illenium, Kaytranada, Playboi Carti, Black Pumas, and Steve Aoki, with a total of 42 acts on the bill for the opening day. Friday acts include Marshmello, Roddy Ricch, Jack Harlo, Polo G, Suicideboys – one-upping Friday with a total of 43 performers. Saturday acts include Journey, Megan Thee Stallion, Limp Bizkit, Trippie Redd, Slander, and Young the Giant. That day totals 42 listed performers. Closing things out before the Foo Fighters, Sunday’s bill includes DaBaby, Brockhampton, Modest Mouse, Young Thug, Alison Wonderland, Brittany Howard, Band of Horses, and Dermot Kennedy. That day totals 43 acts,bringing the listed performers over the four days to 131.
The full bill is available in the show poster, shared via social media and the Lollapalooza website:
The lineup had previously been announced by festival organizers, but the breakdown of who was performing on what day was held back, announced this week to coincide with the sale of single-day tickets.
One thing that any fans interested in attending should pay attention to is the entry requirements being put in place by local health authorities.
“In accordance with current local public health guidance, full COVID-19 vaccination or negative COVID-19 test results will be required to attend Lollapalooza 2021. For patrons who are not fully vaccinated, a negative COVID-19 test result must be obtained within 24 hours of attending Lollapalooza each day. Details on the festival entry process will be available in early July. If you have questions about COVID-19 vaccines or to find a vaccination location near you, please visit www.vaccinefinder.org.”
Despite that policy, the festival website does warn of the inherent risk of COVID-19 exposure inherent to attendance.
Last Updated on June 2, 2021 by Dave Clark