This Tuesday, Chicago’s most famous music festival, Lollapalooza, began selling four-day general admission passes at 10am. Within a few hours, the tickets immediately sold out.
The full line-up was officially released, and it has been confirmed that Radiohead, LCD Soundsystem, J. Cole and the Red Hot Chili Peppers will be headlining. This year will be the festival’s 25th anniversary with 170 artists playing across eight different stages.
Looks like the only way to grab one-day and four-day passes are through friends and other sellers. Die-hard concert go-ers can still purchase VIP one-day and four-day passes for $2,200 or Platinum four-day passes for $4,200.
The festival will take place in Grant Park, Chicago from July 28 through the 31st. For more information on tickets and performers, visit their official website.