Lollapalooza 2012 featured the Black Keys, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Black Sabbath, and Jack White (among others). The festival was sold out by May 23. This year, Lollapalooza tickets went even faster. Single day passes went on sale April 3 and three-day passes on March 26 – both sold out within hour(s).
There are a few ways to still get sold out Lollapalooza tickets – get your hands on a Lollapalooza Topps wild-card that earns you a pair of 3-day passes or buy from Razorgator. With a day pass or Lollapalooza all-weekend pass, get the chance to see one of the greatest music festivals of the year.
Lollapalooza takes place August 2-4 in Chicago’s Grant Park.
2013 Lollapalooza Lineup
The Lollapalooza lineup was announced Monday, April 1 but was leaked days prior. Find out who will be performing each day at Grant Park:
Friday’s Lollapalooza Lineup (Aug. 2): The Killers, Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age, Imagine Dragons, Band of Horses, Hot Chip and Crystal Castles.
Saturday’s Lollapalooza Lineup (Aug. 3): Mumford & Sons, The Postal Service, The National, The Lumineers, Eric Church, Ellie Goulding, Matt & Kim, Kendrick Lamar and Ben Howard.
Sunday’s Lollapalooza Lineup (Aug. 4): The Cure, Phoenix, Vampire Weekend, Knife Party, Grizzly Bear, Two Door Cinema Club, Tegan and Sara, Beach House, Cat Power, The Vaccines and Wild Nothing.
Are Coachella tickets or Lollapalooza tickets a better deal? A 3-day Coachella pass will cost you an average of $581 for Weekend 1 and $427 for Weekend 2. A 3-day Lollapalooza pass is averaging $520. Last year the average ticket to Lollapalooza was $350 two weeks before the festival.
Chicago Events: Week of July 29- August 4
Looking for additional things to do while you’re in Chicago to see Lollapalooza? Check out these events in the Windy City.
July 29 – 31
Chicago Cubs vs. Milwaukee Brewers
August 1 – 4
Chicago Cubs vs. Los Angeles Dodgers