Lollapalooza’s 2015 lineup features Paul McCartney, Metallica and Florence + the Machine as headliners.
The festival will also include performances from Sam Smith, Bassnectar, The Weeknd, alt-J, Alabama Shakes, Of Monsters and Men, Kaskade, Alesso, Tame Impala, A$AP Rocky, Kid Cudi, Brand New, TV on the Radio, NERO, Dillon Francis, Kygo, Carnage, Twenty One Pilots, G-Eazy, Gary Clark Jr., Nicky Romero, Flying Lotus, Hot Chip, the War on Drugs, Father John Misty, Walk the Moon, Marina and the Diamonds, Tyler the Creator, FKA Twigs, the Tallest Man on Earth, Cold War Kids, Lord Huron, Gogol Bordello, Charli XCX, First Aid Kit and Delta Spirit, among many others.
The festival will run July 31 to Aug. 2 at Grant Park in Chicago.
Three-day and single-day passes have sold out. All that remains are premium passes. VIP tickets give attendees access to two lounges, rides from a golf cart shuttle, access to drinks and “Catered Food servings daily,” mini-spa treatments, air-conditioned restrooms, and (for $7 extra) a commemorative 3D credential all for $1,850. A $3,600 Platinum Pass comes with access to an air-conditioned hospitality area, complimentary bar and catered meals, access to “Artist Lounge areas,” access to platinum viewing areas for the four main stages, golf cart transportation, air-conditioned restrooms, concierge hosts, a gift bag, and first option to buy Platinum Passes for 2016. Travel packages range from $1,735 to $9,039 and include hotel rooms.