CHICAGO (CelebrityAccess) — Lollapalooza is about to return to Chicago this summer time with a lineup that features headliners Metallica, Dua Lipa, J. Cole, Inexperienced Day, Doja Cat, Machine Gun Kelly, Lil Child, and Kygo.
With greater than 170 bands, 9 phases, and 4 full days of music, the multi-format Lollapalooza is scheduled to return to Grant Park in downtown Chicago from July 28-31.
Together with the headliners, the Lolla 2022 lineup additionally contains established artists comparable to Jane’s Habit, Glass Animals, Billy Strings, Huge Sean, The Child Laroi, Jazmine Sullivan, Don Toliver, Charli XCX, Idles, Turnstile, Kaskade, and Rezz in addition to rising stars like remi Wolf, Fletcher, Zach Bryan, PinkPantheress, Muna, Goth Babe, Position Mannequin, Moist Leg, Gracie Abrams, Pi’erre Bourne, Glaive, Maude Latour and lots of extra.
Homegrown Chicago favorites may also be in full impact, together with 100 gecs, John Summit, Seashore Bunny, Horsegirl, and Jackie Hayes.
For 2022, Lolla organizers introduced the return of Kidzapalooza, an interactive music playground inside the pageant, that includes a lineup of family-friendly performances, actions, music, and dance workshops, in addition to the Bonus Tracks stage, a magical space inside Grant Park the place neighborhood, dancing, mindfulness, and inclusivity drive every day’s programming.
This 12 months, Lollapalooza will hop on the NFT bandwagon and provide quite a lot of NFT choices to followers. Along with NFT’s that will likely be obtainable for followers to buy, pageant organizers are partnering with NFT communities to create NFTs that embrace tangible advantages comparable to entry to distinctive experiences through the pageant.
NFT fanatics can comply with the Official Lollapalooza Metaverse Twitter account, @LollaFrens, to affix the neighborhood and keep updated on all choices.
Pageant organizers are additionally persevering with their dedication to the neighborhood and can help native arts schooling with the creation of the Lollapalooza Arts Schooling Fund, a $2.2M donation to help arts schooling in Chicago Public Colleges (CPS). The fund is backed by a $2.2M donation that will likely be distributed by means of native nonprofit, Ingenuity, and help arts schooling for mroe than 100,000 college students over the following 5 years.