Ready for another Lollapalooza? After taking a year off in 2020, Lolla is coming back to Grant Park at full capacity from July 29–August 1. This year's headliners include arena rockers Foo Fighters (Sunday), rapper Post Malone (Saturday), hip-hop producer Tyler, the Creator (Friday) and pop singer Miley Cyrus (Thursday). And there are plenty of other big names on the lineup, such as costumed EDM artist Marshmello, "Hot Girl Summer" creator Meghan Thee Stallion, karaoke bar mainstays Journey, prolific emcee Young Thug and—inexplicably—nu-metal act Limp Bizkit.
With more than 150 artists on the lineup, there's a lot to dig through, though there aren't too many surprises if you've been paying attention to roster announcements from other U.S. music festivals. Some notable inclusions are internet-famous musician Marc Ribellet (a.k.a. Loop Daddy), Chicago folk-rockers Whitney, masked country crooner Orville Peck, rapper Princess Nokia and local throwback rockers Rookie.
While there's a good number of EDM acts among the lineup (including Illennium, Steve Aoki, Jauz), it's hip-hop's year at Lolla 2021. With Roddy Richh, Dababy, Brockhampton, Playboi Carti, Polo G, Trippie Redd, Freddie Gibbs, Rico Nasty, Flo Milli and Mick Jenkins scheduled to perform, this year's Lollapalooza is packed with formidable emcees.
You can snag four-day passes and single-day tickets via the Lollapalooza website. Just be aware that Lolla is raising prices as more tickets are sold and the fest draws nearer—a note on their ticketing page reads: "Prices are subject to increase without notice."
Take a look at the daily Lollapalooza 2021 schedule below and prepare for another hot four-day stretch of running between stages in Grant Park.
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These are the latest Lollapalooza schedules available online, but the schedule often shifts slightly throughout the weekend. According to Lollapalooza, the most up-to-date schedule is available via the festival's mobile app.