This weekend, more than 150 bands are taking the stage at this year’s Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago’s Grant Park, with headliners such as Tame Impala, Twenty One Pilots and Ariana Grande set to perform in front of a few hundred thousand attendees and amid the sweltering heat.
(Last year, more than 160 festival-goers were hospitalised, for reasons probably not limited to heatstroke.)
If you can’t join the party — or hate music festivals because of all the standing around and long Porta Potty lines — you can live-stream the festival on YouTube.
All weekend long, Lollapalooza will be live-streaming performances from each of its three stages on three separate channels; just visit Lollapalooza’s YouTube page to find each stage’s page.
If you miss any performances, the first stage’s channel will also rebroadcast shows from the preceding day until Lollapalooza recommences in the morning.
Below are the set times for several performances, including some noteworthy headliners (with all times displayed in AEST):
- Stage one: Tame Impala (Saturday, 11:45AM)
- Stage two: Death Cab for Cutie (Saturday, 12:15PM)
- Stage three: Alesso (Saturday, 12:00PM)
- Stage one: Twenty One Pilots (Sunday, 11:45AM)
- Stage two: Judah & the Lion (Sunday, 10:45AM)
- Stage three: Madeon (Sunday, 12:10PM)
- Stage one: Ariana Grande (Monday, 11:35AM)
- Stage two: Flume (Monday, 11:45AM)
- Stage three: San Holo (Monday, 11:45AM)
And for a complete list of each stage’s lineup, you should visit that stage’s YouTube page, which has a breakdown of times in its description; you can visit the festival’s website for the Lollapalooza lineup in its entirety, too.