Image courtesy Republic RecordsThe lineup for this year’s Lollapalooza festival has been announced, and The Weeknd and Kid Cudi are on the bill.
Although there are no hip-hop headliners this year, Tyler the Creator, Travi$ Scot, A$AP Rocky and FKA Twigs are among the the acts that will take stage alongside Kanye West’s recent famed collaborator, Paul McCartney, and Sam Smith when the festival takes place in Chicago’s Grant Park July 31 through August 2. If you can’t make it, a livestream will be available on a variety of devices.
Lollapalooza founder Perry Farrell said in a statement, “The heart of Lollapalooza has always been the music. The brotherhood and sisterhood of musicians is getting stronger and the unexpected surprises and collaborations are cementing magical moments that will live on in music history. Having young talented artists performing alongside legends is all I could ever ask for and I’ll be grinning from ear to ear the entire weekend.”
Three-day passes to the festival are already sold out, but single-day passes are available today at the festival’s website starting at 10 a.m. CST, as are VIP and Platinum Passes, and travel packages.
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