Chicago Performers at Lollapalooza

A few of the bands, artists and DJs that call Chicago home.

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Best known for their on-stage dance antics and wildly intricate Youtube videos, hometown rockers OK GO are always a sure bet for a fun-tastic show. Friday at 7:15, Google+ Stage
Though she no longer calls the Windy City home, folk-rock songstress Lissie was born suburban Rock Island. We'll call it a homecoming anyway. Sunday at 4:30pm, Google+ Stage
Pete Wentz is a Chicagoan that needs little introduction since his pop-punk band Fall Out Boy's big-time success, but his newest musical endeavor Black Cards is still gaining recognition. Featuring poppy electronic beats and the silky vocals of frontlady Bebe Recha, Black Cards are sure to be a great kickoff to your Lollapalooza weekend. Friday at 5:30pm, BMI Stage
Now that you've finally heard their highly anticipated and long awaited debut album, check out the Chicago rap duo The Cool Kids at Lolla. Sunday at 3pm, Perry's Stage
Sassy DJ Dani Deahl will be cranking the beats and getting the dance party started. Get ready for a mix of club, house and rock 'n roll while Dani's on the decks. Friday at 7:30pm, Playstation Stage
Indie and pop music won't be had to find this weekend at Lollapalooza, but if you want a hometown twist, Chicago's own Gold Motel will be serving up their own delicious summery sounds on stage and daring you not to dance along. Sunday at 12:15pm, Playstation Stage
If you didn't catch them opening up for Chicago at Mayor Rahm Emanuel's inauguration concert or anywhere else around town, this weekend is your chance to catch a set from Kids These Days. Hailed as one of Chicago's most diverse up-and-coming bands, the Kids blend everything from soul to pop to rap to country-tinged rock. Friday at 4:15, BMI Stage
Lady D brings her funky brand of disco-inspired house music to Grant Park. Friday at 12:45pm, Perry's Stage
Maps and Atlases will bring a folky, experimental sound to the stage -- and not to mention some seriously impressive guitar work. Saturday at 2:15pm, Google+ Stage
Fall Out Boy frontman Patrick Stump launched a solo career earlier this year taking his music in a whole new new direction -- one that includes collaborations with Lupe Fiasco. Catch the new electronic, soulful grooves from this Chicago-bred crooner at Lolla this weekend. Saturday at 5, BMI Stage
Indie darlings the Smith Westerns have been basking in the glow of national success -- receiving praise from the likes of Billboard and Spin -- but they're bringing their sounds back to their hometown this weekend at Lolla. Friday at 3:30pm, Playstation Stage
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