Guns N Roses, Travis Scott, The Strokes, Lana Del Rey and others headlining the events
Lollapalooza Chile, Lollapalooza Argentina and Lollapalooza Brazil have unveiled the lineups for the 2020 editions, revealing an incredible bill featuring headliners Guns N’ Roses, Travis Scott, The Strokes, Lana Del Rey, Martin Garrix and Gwen Stefani. The lineup also includes Armin Van Buuren, Vampire Weekend, Cage The Elephant, James Blake, Brockhampton, Alan Walker, Illenium, The Lumineers, Kacey Musgraves, Rex Orange County, Rita Ora, A Day To Remember, Charlie XCX, Perry Farrell’s Kind Heaven Orchestra, King Princess, LP, Jaden Smith, Madeon and more. Tickets are on sale now.
Several artists will be making their debut performances in South America at Lollapalooza, including Travis Scott, Gwen Stefani (solo), James Blake, Brockhampton, Illenium, Rezz, Kacey Musgraves, Rex Orange County, Rita Ora, King Princess, Jaden Smith, Hayley Kiyoko, Denzel Curry, Lauv, AJR, Two Feet, Idles and Wallows.
The tenth edition of Lollapalooza Chile takes place March 27-29th at O’Higgins Park in Santiago. Tickets available via lollapaloozacl.com.
The seventh edition of Lollapalooza Argentina takes place on March 27-29th at Hippodromo de San Isidro in Buenos Aires. Tickets available via lollapaloozaar.com.
The ninth edition of Lollapalooza Brazil takes place April 3-5th at Autódromo de Interlagos in São Paulo. Tickets available at lollapaloozabr.com.
Lollapalooza in South America is produced by Perry Farrell, William Morris Endeavor Entertainment, C3 Presents, Lotus Producciones (Chile), DF Entertainment (Argentina), and TIME FOR FUN (Brazil).
Launched by founder Perry Farrell in 1991 as a touring festival, Lollapalooza remains an innovator in festival culture more than 25 years later. Lollapalooza was the first festival to bring together artists from a wide range of musical genres on one bill, it was also the first to travel, the first to expand to multiple days, the first to introduce a second stage, the first to blend art and activism, the first to offset its carbon emissions, the first to put electronic dance music artists on the main stage, the first to create family friendly programming, the first to make its home in an urban city center and the first to expand internationally.
Lollapalooza has grown into an annual world-class festival in Chicago, as well as culturally rich countries including Chile, Brazil, Argentina, Germany, France and Sweden. Lollapalooza is one of the premier music festival destinations both for music fans in the United States and abroad. In celebration of the festival’s 25th Anniversary, Lollapalooza Chicago expanded to four days in 2016, and continues to host over 100,000 fans a day, featuring over 170 artists on eight stages annually.