The lineup of 130 acts announced this morning ranges from rock groups like Kings of Leon to young stars like Grammy Award-winner Lorde to EDM mainstay Skrillex. One-day passes for the three-day festival in Chicago start at $100
Two giant names in the rap game, Eminem and Outkast, are headlining the three-day Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago this year, Jane’s Addiction lead singer and Lollapalooza founder Perry Farrell announced Wednesday.
The lineup of 130 acts will also include Grammy Award-winner Lorde, rock groups Kings of Leon and Arctic Monkeys as well as electronic dance music stars like Skrillex, the Associated Press reports. This is the 10-year anniversary of the festival in Chicago’s Grant Park on Lake Michigan.
Eminem performed at Lollapalooza in 2011, while Outkast is coming off hiatus and performing more than 40 festival dates in 2014. This year’s lineup includes acts from Australia, Chile, Ireland and South Africa.
Last year brought more than 100,000 visitors a day, or 300,000 over the three-day festival. One-day passes to this year’s event go on sale Wednesday morning for $100 a pop.