Lollapalooza has announced its plans for this year’s virtual festival. Running from July 30, 2020 through August 2, 2020, the four night event will feature a combination of special appearances, recorded sets from previous years and live performances.
Best-selling author Michelle Obama and Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot will participate in this year’s conversation segment. The two special guests will be joined by Perry Farrell and LL Cool J.
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— Lollapalooza (@lollapalooza) July 28, 2020
Alongside the conversation portion of the festival, Lollapalooza will highlight performances from previous years. This year, previous sets from Outkast, Chance The Rapper and Run The Jewels will be featured.
Adding on to sets from previous festivals, Pink Sweat$, Vic Mensa and H.E.R. will offer live sets. ZHU, The Neighbourhood, Kali Uchis and others will also offer live performances.
Rounding out this year’s virtual festival, the Arts for Illinois Relif Fund, the Equal Justice Initiative and Michelle Obama’s When We All Vote will all participate.
Best of all, this year’s event will be free and available on YouTube.