One of the premier music festivals in the world, Lollapalooza is three days of non-stop music, vibes and good times.
Drawing a diverse crowd from crop top wearing, flower crown toting millenials to longtime fans and festival veterans, one thing’s for sure: with such a unique and impressive history, once you have your first Lolla experience under your belt, it’s unlikely it’ll be your last.
As a festival that began as a touring event, it only makes sense that they’d want to keep the tradition alive.
In 2011, Lollapalooza marked it’s territory by expanding into South America, performing it’s first international show in Santiago. São Paulo became another destination in 2012 as well as Buenos Aires, in 2013.
The very first Lollapalooza in Europe was held in Berlin in 2015. Today, the event is part of the cultural identity of Chile, Brazil, Argentina, and Germany — and who knows where it may show up next.
Lollapalooza has become one of the premier music events in Argentina thanks to its staggering lineup of artists. The Hipodromo de San Isidro in Buenos Aires hosts this gigantic three-day event.
LollaPalooza is a multi-genre music festival, with one major dance stage. It’s hard to believe it’s been twenty years since Lollapalooza first took the stage with amplifiers cranked to eleven.
From the early days when flannel-clad grunge rockers cleared out mosh pits for bands like Soundgarden and Pearl Jam to the present, when Arcade Fire and Kanye West draw gigantic crowds of all ages, the festival has taken on a life of its own, infused with the incredible energy of fans and the artists that rock them.
Follow the travel news – Traveltalksplatform is the number 1 news site to stay updated on amazing travel facts, the latest news, events, incentive ideas, MICE news, job opportunities and shows.
Specially composed for the travel industry, you will find the latest travel facts at your fingertips.
Copyright © 2021 e-motions international
We assume no responsibility or liability for any errors or omissions in the content of this site. The information contained in this site is provided on an "as is" basis with no guarantees of completeness, accuracy, usefulness or timeliness.