Headlining the Lollapalooza 2023 festival at Chicago’s Grant Park from August 3-6 are Kendrick Lamar, Billie Eilish, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Odesza, Lana Del Rey, Karol G, the 1975, and Tomorrow X Together.
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The extensive lineup for this year also features notable artists such as Fred again, Noah Kahan, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, J.I.D., Maggie Rogers, Carly Rae Jepsen, Diplo, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Tems, the Rose, Rina Sawayama, Lil Yachty, Rema, Morgan Wade, Lainey Wilson, L’Impératrice, Ivan Cornejo, Sudan Archives, and many more (view the complete 170-plus-artist lineup below). Spanning nine stages and unfolding over four days, the festival, which marked its 30th anniversary in 2021, promises a diverse and vibrant musical experience.
Fans can register now for the SMS Presale, commencing on Thursday, March 23, at 10 am CT through http://www.lollapalooza.com. This presale offers the opportunity to secure 4-Day General Admission at the Tier 1 price of $365 (while supplies last), along with 4-Day GA+, VIP, and Platinum Tickets. A subsequent public on-sale will be held for any remaining tickets.
1-Day Tickets and the lineup-by-day information will be made available at a later date. Children aged eight and under can attend for free with a ticketed adult, enjoying Kidzapalooza Presented by Lifeway Kefir—an interactive music playground within the festival featuring family-friendly performances, activities, music, dance workshops, and more.
Lollapalooza actively supports the local community through initiatives such as the Lollapalooza Arts Education Fund, a $2.2 million donation aiding arts and education in Chicago Public Schools. Additionally, Lollapalooza collaborates with After School Matters, hosts an annual Lollapalooza and Sueños Job Fair, and maintains year-round partnerships with the African American Heritage Festivals, Teens in the Park Fest, Black Culture Fest, and Musically Fed.
The festival’s sponsors include T-Mobile, Bud Light, Coinbase, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, BACARDÍ, PayPal, Hulu, Toyota, BMI, and Lifeway Kefir.