Lollapalooza sets and highlight moments have trickled in
Chicago swelled with music aficionados during the first weekend of August, where Lollapalooza‘s 2019 edition unfolded. The iconic festival booked a myriad of world class talents across all genres, with Tame Impala, Flume, Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino, and The Chainsmokers topping the bill. Outside the strong electronic presence among the headliners, Lollapalooza boasted a healthy slate of other burgeoning electronic acts that included Flume‘s eccentric live show, Madeon‘s Good Faith Live premiere, Louis The Child, Cassian, San Holo, and even Shaquille O’Neal under his Diesel moniker.
Aside from a bumpy start to the action that saw hundreds of people stampeding over a fence to enter sans tickets, the weekend was one for the books. The artists brought their A-games, and of course, some special surprise gusts and fresh new IDs along for the ride. We’ve captured a few of these moments, and some recently aired live sets, so that both guests and those who missed out can relive the majestic multi-day affair.
Madeon’s debut Good Faith Live set
Flume debuts new IDs with friends during his Lolla showing (and plants flowers)
The Chainsmokers put together a stunning headlining performance
RL Grime hits the bass hard
Alesso injects energy into his Lolla crowd
Ariana Grande debuts her next chart-topping hit, “Boyfriend”
Camelphat sprinkle a taste of house music into the mix
An unexpectedly wonderful cameo: Chance The Rapper at Death Cab For Cutie
There was no escaping the feels at RÜFÜS DU SOL’s set
Lil Wayne simply cannot do Lollapalooza without his new “Old Town Road” remix
CRAY drives fans wild
Photo credit: Greg Noire