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The best Lollapalooza 2017 aftershows and parties

Keep the party going at Lollapalooza aftershows and parties, where you can catch some of the fest's best acts

Photograph: Hallie Duesenberg

Even after you've spent 10 hours watching bands in Grant Park, a little more music is always tempting. If you're a night owl who loves concerts, this year's lineup of Lollapalooza aftershows and parties should keep you occupied. You'll find some of the festival's best acts (and a few that aren't even performing at Lolla) turning in intimate sets at the city's best music venues. Take a look at the complete list of Lollapalooza aftershows.

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Lollapalooza 2017 aftershows

Tuesday, August 1

Tuesday, August 1

Jon Bellion + Max and Anthony Pavel @ Metro, 6pm

Wednesday, August 2

Wednesday, August 2

Foster the People + Honne @ Vic Theatre, 8pm
Spoon + CRX @ Metro, 8pm
Kaytranada + Kweku Collins + Lous Phelps @ Concord Music Hall, 8pm
Liam Gallagher + Blossoms @ Park West, 8pm
Suicide Boys + Supa BWE @ Bottom Lounge, 6pm
Temples + Declan McKenna @ Lincoln Hall, 8pm
Hippo Campus + Remo Drive @ Reggies, 8pm
Atlas Genius + Stanaj @ Subterranean, 8pm
The Drums + Stef Chura @ Empty Bottle, 8pm
Mondo Cozmo + Billy Raffoul @ Schubas, 8pm

Thursday, August 3

Thursday, August 3

Phantogram + Flint Eastwood @ House of Blues, 10pm
Ryan Adams + The Districts @ Vic Theatre, 10pm
Blink 182 + Elohim @ Metro, 10pm
Little Dragon + Xavier Omar @ Concord Music Hall, 10pm
Tegan and Sara + Feenship @ Park West, 10pm
Whitney + Kevin Devine @ Thalia Hall, 10pm
The Pretty Reckless + Slothrust @ Bottom Lounge, 10pm
Crystal Castles + Pham @ Lincoln Hall, 10pm
Porter Robinson + Intermodal @ The Mid, 10pm
Cloud Nothings + Oozing Wound @ Reggies, 10pm
Jai Wold + Gryffin @ Logan Square Auditorium, 10pm
Highly Suspect + The Frights @ Subterranean, 10pm
Pup + Deeper @ Empty Bottle, 10pm
Skott + Flor @ Schubas, 10pm
Paper Diamond + Golf Clap @ Soundbar, 10pm
Cheat Codes @ Roof on the Wit, 10pm
A-Trak @ Cuvee, 10pm
Mac DeMarco + Biz Markie (DJ set) + Twin Peaks (DJ set) + Absolutley Not + DJ Lani Love @ Ace Hotel, 9pm

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Friday, August 4

Friday, August 4

Vance Joy + Cobi @ House of Blues, 10pm
Banks + The Japanese House @ Vic Theatre, 10pm
Mac Demarco + Middle Kids @ Concord Music Hall, 10pm
Līve + The Shelters @ Park West, 10pm
Sylvan Esso + Flock of Dimes @ Thalia Hall, 10pm
Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness + Missio @ Bottom Lounge, 10pm
Royal Blood + White Reaper @ Lincoln Hall, 10pm
Gramatik + K?D @ The Mid, 10pm
Taylor Bennett @ Reggies, 10pm
Slushii + Young Bombs @ Logan Square Auditorium, 10pm
Warpaint @ Subterranean, 10pm
San Fermin + Ron Gallo @ Empty Bottle, 10pm
Lemon Twigs + Bunny @ Schubas, 10pm
Ookay @ Soundbar, 10pm
3Lau @ Prysm, 10pm
Tritonal @ Roof on the Wit, 10pm
Majid Jordan (DJ set) @ Shay, 10pm
Foster the People (DJ set) @ Headquarters Beercade, 10pm
DJ Trackstar @ Emporium Logan Square, 10:30pm
Win Butler (DJ set) + The Hood Internet + The Walters @ Virgin Hotels Chicago, 9pm

Saturday, August 5

Saturday, August 5

Milky Chance + Arizona @ House of Blues, 10pm
The Shins + Mt. Joy @ Vic Theatre, 10pm
Towkio + Aminé + Jidenna @ Concord Music Hall, 10pm
Grouplove + 888 @ Park West, 10pm
Kaleo + Colony House @ Thalia Hall, 10pm
Mura Mura + Saint Jhn @ Bottom Lounge, 10pm
Car Seat Headrest + Gold Connections @ Lincoln Hall, 10pm
Alison Wonderland + Ephwurd @ The Mid, 10pm
6lack + Michael Christmas @ Reggies, 10pm
Nghtmre + Moksi @ Logan Square Auditorium, 10pm
Moose Blood + Vant @ Subterranean, 10pm
Alvvays @ Empty Bottle, 10pm
Barns Courtney + Luke Henry @ Schubas, 10pm
Joyride @ Soundbar, 10pm
G Jones + Eprom @ Chop Shop, 10pm
Kaskade @ Prysm, 10pm
DJ Trackstar @ Emporium Logan Square, 10:30pm
Stefan Ponce @ Virgin Hotels Chicago, 9pm
Sylvan Esso + Grace Mitchell + Gus (DJ set) + Alt-J (DJ set) + Flint Eastwood (DJ set) @ Chicago Athletic Association, 9pm

Sunday, August 6

Sunday, August 6

The Head and the Heart + The Walters @ Metro, 10pm
Zeds Dead + Wax Motif @ Concord Music Hall, 10pm
Borgore + Dirty Audio @ The Mid, 10pm
Slander @ Soundbar, 10pm
DVBBS @ Prsym, 10pm

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The best Lollapalooza 2017 aftershows

Spoon + CRX

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Indie rock veterans Spoon are one of the most consistent bands in the business, churning out regular doses of power-pop that serve as a reminder of their staying power. The Texas group's latest, Hot Thoughts, once again benefits from the slightly psychedelic touch of producer Dave Fridmann, who lends a punchier, funkier vibe to the record's taut songs. Before marking their return to Lollapalooza, Spoon warms up at Metro with support from the Strokes' instrumentalist Nicholas Valensi's side project CRX.

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Until Wed Aug 2

Sylvan Esso + Flock of Dimes

There are few bands more unabashedly joyous than Sylvan Esso, the unlikely duo of singer Amelia Meath (formerly of Mountain Man) and producer Nick Sanborn. Together, the pair makes slick electro-pop that balances emotionally ressonant lyricism with dancable beats—good luck standing still during this show. Wye Oak frontwoman Jenn Wasner's side project Flock of Dimes opens this Lollapalooza aftershow.

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Until Fri Aug 4

Kaytranada + Kweku Collins + Lous Phelps

A former bedroom producer who made a name for himself with an unauthorized remix of Janet Jackson's "If" that he posted to Soundcloud, Louis Kevin Celestin (better known as Kaytranada) is a 24-year-old EDM wunderkind with clout to spare. If you dug the production on Chance the Rapper's "All Night," you'll love Kaytra's debut, 99.9%, which is scattered with high-profile guests like Vic Mensa, Anderson .Paak and Little Dragon, all backed by some of the most complex rhythms you're likely to hear in a club. Local rapper Kweku Collins and Montreal hip-hop artist Lous Phelps open the show.

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Until Wed Aug 2
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Blink-182

The lineup has changed, but Blink-182 2.0 is—for better or for worse—the same snotty-nosed punks you grew up with. With former lead singer Tom DeLonge off chasing aliens, Alkaline Trio singer Matt Skiba takes over on vocals—a noticable departure from the nasal drawl the band once wore proudly on its sleeve, but you'll barely notice as you're shouting along to "All the Small Things." At this special Lollapalooza aftershow, LA electro-pop artist Elohim supports.

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Until Thu Aug 3

Whitney + Kevin Devine

Formed by roommates Max Kakacek and Julian Ehrlich (former members of the Smith Westerns and Unknown Mortal Orchestra, respectively), Whitney puts a lovelorn, soulful spin on folk rock that is firmly indebted to the Band and Crosby, Stills and Nash. Ahead of the band's Lollapalooza debut, Whitney headlines this Thalia Hall aftershow, joined by indie rock singer-songwriter Kevin Devine.

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Until Thu Aug 3

Mac DeMarco + Middle Kids

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Mac DeMarco's tongue is no stranger to his cheek. Like Jonathan Richman, the Canuck crooner's jangly pop muddies the line between campy and candor with ease. His latest LP, This Old Dog, documents the singer's move to LA, injecting a few psychedelic flourishes into the collection of laid-back ballads. Australian rock trio Middle Kids support.

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Until Fri Aug 4
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