Lollapalooza locks in highly anticipated 2021 lineup: Foo Fighters, Post Malone, Illenium, Kaytranada, and more top ticket
Per usual, Lollapalooza pulled out all the stops when booking its 2021 comeback lineup. Set to be back in person at its longtime home of Grant Park this summer, the Chicago mainstay boasts headliners including Post Malone, Foo Fighters, Tyler, The Creator, Illenium, and Journey. Megan Thee Stallion, also a headliner, will make her festival debut this summer, coming off of three Grammy wins earlier this year, with added support from Roddy Rich, Brockhampton, and more.
Lollapalooza’s 2021 roster appeals to a range of ages and tastes, from Miley Cyrus and Orville Peck, to Jimmy Eat World and Limp Bizkit. There’s plenty of hip-hop to go around too, with acts like Young Thug, DaBaby, Freddie Gibbs, JPEGMAFIA, Slowthai, and Playboy Carti all slated to perform. Finally, the lineup features a mammoth electronic billing that includes Alison Wonderland, Kaytranada, Oliver Heldens, Dancing Astronaut‘s Breakout Artist of 2020 Moore Kismet, Subtronics, Tchami, Lost Kings, Dombresky, Steve Aoki, Slander, Sullivan King, and so many more.
Weekend passes are officially on sale for Lollapalooza 2021, whereas single day tickets have not yet been announced. Chicago’s Mayor, Lori Lightfoot, issued a statement through her office stating that entry protocol for the festival will be announced in early July. Set to take place on the weekend of July 29 at “near-to-full capacity”, Lollapalooza’s official lineup is listed in full below.
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