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Chicago’s 25th Annual Lollapalooza Returns to Grant Park

Lollapalooza kicks off July 28-31 at Grant Park with endless music performances and food

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    Chicago's 25th annual Lollapalooza kicked off in Grant Park Thursday amid rainy weather and tight security, NBC 5's Trina Orlando reports. (Published Thursday, July 28, 2016)

    What is better than listening to your favorite artists on the radio? Seeing them up close and personal at Chicago’s biggest music festival!

    The 25th annual Lollapalooza returns with a four-day lineup to Chicago from July 28-31 at Grant Park. The fete spans across the entire park located at East Randolph Drive with shows running from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. each day.

    General admission tickets have sold out. VIP and platinum tickets are available for purchase. Prices range from $650 for a day pass to $2,200-$4,200 for four day tickets. The lineup consists of artists such as J. Cole, Future, Major Lazer, LCD Soundystem and more, according to the Lollapalooza website.

    There is something for everyone outside of the performances including Chow Town, Around The Park, Art Market, Lolla Cares and Kidzapalooza.

    Music fans can keep up with all things Lolla, by downloading the official app for schedules, giveaways, maps, emergency information and updates.

    Further information can be found on the Lollapalooza website and Twitter

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