How to buy tickets for Lollapalooza 2021 in Chicago – here are the line-up announcement, dates and location for the festival explained.
The four-day iconic summer festival returns to Chicago’s Grant Park this year.
Similar to many festivals and others music events, the 2020 edition of Lollapalooza was cancelled because of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic situation.
Here’s everything you need to know about Lollapalooza 2021, from how to buy tickets to health measures.
Lollapalooza 2021: Dates and location
The festival takes place between July 29th and August 1st, 2021 at the historic Grant Park in Downtown Chicago.
Grant Park has been Lollapalooza’s location since 2005. The 2019 music festival attracted 400,000 people over the course of four days.
In order to attend the 2021 event, you will either need to be fully vaccinated or show a negative Covid-19 test.
Dr. Allison Arwady, who is Chicago Department of Public Health Commissioner, said: “To attend Lollapalooza you either will need to be fully vaccinated or you will need to provide a negative test for every day that you are planning to attend. So the easiest way by far if you want to attend Lollapalooza is to get vaccinated now.”
How to buy tickets for Lollapalooza 2021
Tickets go on sale on Wednesday, May 19th, 2021 at 1 pm ET (12 pm CT) from Lollapalooza’s official website.
A four-day general admission starts at $350. You can also opt for a four-day VIP ticket which comes at a cost of $1,500.
There are also hotel packages that start from $2,350 and a Platinum admission that starts at a whopping price of $4,200.
Lollapalooza 2021: Line-up announcement
The official line-up will be revealed on Wednesday, May 19th at 11 am ET.
Social media users expressed their excitement about the opportunity to attend Lollapalooza in 2021 following last year’s cancellation. Many of them also shared who they would like to see at the festival this year.
One Instagram user reacted: “Hoping for Tyler or Cudi,” while another one wrote: “Billie Eilish, Post Malone, Foo Fighters, Journey.”
“Been ready,” added someone else. “Waited a whole 2 years.”