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Lollapalooza is growing in 2016. The festival in Grand Park in Chicago has expanded from three days to four, running from July 28-31.
“It’s our 25th anniversary and we wanted to do something really special and different for our fans," said Lolla founder (and Jane's Addiction frontman) Perry Farrell.
And Farrell and Lollapalooza organizers have done something special, starting with the lineup, which is headlined by Red Hot Chili Peppers, J. Cole and LCD Soundsystem Future, Major Lazer, Jane's Addition, Disclosure, Flume, G-Eazy, Halsey, M83, Big Gigantic and many, many more artists (including Red Bull Sound Select artists Smino, Saba, Tennyson, Jazz Cartier and Race Banyon) will perform on seven stages.
If you can't make it to Chicago for Lollapalooza's 25th anniversary, you can watch many of the performances, artist interviews and behind-the-scenes action on the Red Bull TV livestream broadcast. Full Lolla livestream schedule is here.