Lollapalooza kicked off yesterday, but things are getting going in earnest today with the likes of Major Lazer, Miike Snow and Future hitting the stage. Good news too, you can live stream pretty much everything all weekend long over on Red Bull TV. All you'll need to do is head over to Red Bull TV's Lollapalooza site on your computer, or snag any of its apps to watch it on-the-go or on any number of devices connected to your TV. You'll find a full schedule of all the performances over on Lollapalooza's site, and Consequence of Sound has a list of what artists will be streaming and when.
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