According to Mic, tickets for Lollapalooza this weekend sold out within less than an hour, leaving a lot of disappointed music lovers. But there is a consolation: organizers will have a livestream, letting fans watch performances by the likes of Sir Paul McCartney, Alt-J, Alabama Shakes and MS MR from afar.
The Chicago festival will be streaming shows from some of the biggest acts on the bill every day from 2pm to 10pm Central Time, with shows on three different channels so you can pick from simultaneous performances.
You can find the livestream here and the schedule here. Happy planning!
And if there’s nothing like the real thing for you, then there’s still a smattering of tickets left for Osheaga in Montreal, Canada, also this weekend. Some of the top acts playing Lollapalooza—like Florence+The Machine, FKA Twigs and Of Monsters and Men—will also be on the bill at Osheaga.
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