Lollapalooza will once again light up the spring in South America, as hundreds of national and international acts make their way to Chile, Brasil and Argentina in March 2015. Each of the three South American festivals brings a unique spin to the alternative lifestyle of the Lollapalooza brand, inspiring artists and Lolla die-hards to travel the globe for the musical extravaganza.
"Lollapalooza is coming again! I feel like I can personally vouch for this lineup as being one you will never forgive yourself for missing!" said Lollapalooza Founder Perry Farrell. "Can't wait to see everyone there in March!"
The fifth edition of Lollapalooza Chile takes place March 14 and 15 at the beautiful O'Higgins Park in Santiago. The festival's six stages will host over 65 acts with Jack White, Kings of Leon, Calvin Harris, Skrillex, Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters, The Smashing Pumpkins and Foster The People topping the bill. Kasabian, making their first appearance in Chile, will join The Kooks, Interpol, Bastille, NOFX, Major Lazer, St. Vincent, and popular Chilean artists Congreso, Jorge González, Fernando Milagros, Astro, and Pedropiedra, amongst many others. Chile's amazing Kidzapalooza area will be another highlight of next year's event and performers will be announced in the coming weeks. To view the full lineup, watch the announcement video, or purchase tickets, visit www.lollapaloozacl.com.
The second edition of Lollapalooza Argentina takes place on March 21 and 22 at Hippodromo de San Isidro in Buenos Aires. This year's festival will feature over 50 acts on five stages including headliners Jack White, Pharrell Williams, Calvin Harris, Skrillex, Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters, The Smashing Pumpkins and Foster The People, along with Kasabian, Bastille, Alt-J, Interpol, Major Lazer, St. Vincent, Nicky Romero, and many more. Popular Argentinian artists Pedro Aznar, Zero Kill and Maxi Trusso will also perform. In addition to incredible food options from more than 25 menus to choose from, Green Spirit will return next year, creating a space for fans to relax and enjoy their surroundings, while educating about greening initiatives and protecting the ecosystem.
To view the full lineup or purchase tickets, visit www.lollapaloozaar.com.
The fourth edition of Lollapalooza Brasil takes place on March 28 and 29 at Autódromo de Interlagos in São Paulo. More than 45 acts will perform on 5 stages featuring headliners Jack White, Pharrell Williams, Calvin Harris, Skrillex, Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters, The Smashing Pumpkins and Foster The People, as well as Kasabian, Bastille, Alt-J, Interpol, Major Lazer, St. Vincent, Marina and the Diamonds, and popular Brazilian artists Pitty and Banda do Mar, plus many more. The highly popular Chef's Stage will return next year with even more chefs offering gourmet food from traditional restaurants in São Paulo. To view the full lineup or purchase tickets, visit lollapaloozabr.com.
Lollapalooza continues to expand across the globe with the recent announcement of Lollapalooza Berlin in 2015, taking place September 12 and 13 at Tempelhof Airport. Lineup and further details will be announced in late November. www.lollapaloozade.com
Lollapalooza's flagship festival will once again take place in downtown Chicago July 31-August 2, 2015. While the lineup and tickets won't be available until the spring, fans can relive the 2014 fun by watching the Official Recap Video at www.lollapalooza.com.