2023 Lollapalooza Single Day, 2-Day Tickets On Sale Wednesday – NBC Chicago

Lollapalooza may still be months away, but tickets to Chicago’s flagship summer music festival go on sale to the general public this week.

According to organizers, 1-day and 2-day general admission tickets for the August event will go on sale Wednesday at noon. 1-day tickets start at $125 and 2-day tickets start at $250.

4-day tickets starting at $365 are currently on sale, but that price will increase as single-day tickets hit the market, Lollapalooza’s website says.

Lollapalooza range

Lollapalooza released the day-to-day lineup on Tuesday, providing some clarity for festival-goers not looking to secure a 4-day pass for the Aug. 3-6 event at Grant Park.

Billie Eilish and Karol G are the two main headliners for the festival on Thursday, while Kendrick Lamar and The 1975 headline Friday night.

Saturday’s performances will be headlined by Odesza and Tomorrow x Together before the festival wraps up Sunday night with headline shows from Lana Del Rey and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

The full line-up per day is below:

Last year, the event attracted performances from major artists like Dua Lipa, J. Cole, j-hope, Green Day, Metallica, in addition to other popular artists like Lil Baby, Machine Gun Kelly, Kygo and Charlie XCX.

The company behind the festival recently struck another 10-year deal with Chicago, which means the four-day music event will run in the city for at least another decade. According to the terms of the contract, the maximum number of spectators for the festival at any one time cannot exceed 115,000.

Chicago’s schedule of summer events in 2023 is already packed, with the Pitchfork Music Festival in Union Park scheduled for July 21-23 and a NASCAR street race set to take to the streets of downtown Chicago over the weekend of 4th July.

Chicago’s long-running event, the Taste of Chicago, which usually takes place in July, will take place later in the summer in September.

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