Lollapalooza Tickets Go On Sale, 3-Day Passes Sell Out
Lollapalooza, the Chicago-based music festival, put its tickets up for grabs on Tuesday and quickly saw the 3-day passes sell out.
VIP and Platinum tickets are still available for purchase. However, based on the rapid pace at which they ran out of the three-day passes, those tickets will need to be snatched up fast.The three-day tickets’ final price had been $275. VIP passes, which include access to the Lolla Lounge, the three days of the festival, premium viewing platforms and golf cart shuttles, cost $1050. Platinum passes, which get all of the above and more, have to be inquired about through email or a phone call for pricing information.
Of course, the quicker one jumps to by a ticket to Lollapalooza, the less they’re likely to know about who will be featured in the festival’s lineup. The full-lineup won’t be announced until April 9, which is also when single-day tickets become available. A single day pass for Friday, Saturday or Sunday will cost $95.
While most of the lineup is still under wraps, The Chicago Tribune has confirmed the following acts: Vampire Weekend, Mumford & Sons, Phoenix, The Killers, the Postal Service and The National. Check Twitter, Facebook, or the official Lollapalooza website for more lineup updates to come.
Lollapalooza will take place in Chicago’s Grant Park Aug. 2-4.
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