Lollapalooza 2014 Lineup, Tickets: Reports Say Outkast, Kings of Leon, Eminem, Skrillex, and Arctic Monkeys to Play
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The Lollapalooza 2014 lineup was (unofficially) announced on Tuesday morning, and it will be located in Chicago, according to reports.
Tickets went on sale for the event Tuesday as well. According to the Chicago Tribune, the three-day general admission passes for Lollapalooza have been sold out.
One can still purchase VIP or Platinum passes at lollapalooza.com. The event will be located at Grant Park from Aug. 1 to Aug. 3.
The event released a poster that showcases the lineup.
Eminem, Skrillex, Outkast, Kings Of Leon, and the Arctic Monkeys, and others will be at the show, according to Hollywood Life and the Tribune.
A poster for the event was released, but it’s in really fine print, meaning that it’s very difficult to make out who is playing.
The full lineup will be released next week. But one can see the lineup when purchasing the poster for $30.
“The complete band lineup is listed at the bottom below the main artwork, and the overall dimension are 18-in x 24-in,” says the Lollapalooza website. “The posters are printed in a limited quantity, and once they are sold out will not be re-issued.”
The lineup for last year’s event can be accessed here.
According to Red Eye Chicago, the website for Lollapalooza crashed several times as people attempted to purchase tickets. The tickets went on sale at 10 a.m.
The complete lineup will be announced Wednesday morning.
The first part of the South America tour, slated for March 29 to March 30, will include the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nine Inch Nails, Soundgarden, Arcade Fire, Pixies and Lorde.
It will play in Santiago, Chile March 29-30. It will be followed by a Buenos Aires event and a two-day festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on April 5-6.
“The money’s great. You’ve doubled, tripled what you’re going to make,” said Lollapalooza founder Perry Farrell, according to Billboard. “It gives us booking power.”