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Take a look at the complete Lollapalooza 2019 schedule

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We've known for months that Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino and Tame Impala would be headlining the Lollapalooza lineup, but until yesterday we didn't know how the schedule would shake out for the more than 150 other acts on the bill. The complete timeline for Lollapalooza's eight stages was released yesterday via the festival's app, but (thankfully) the information is now available on Lolla's website, so you can start planning four days of music Grant Park.

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As usual, you'll have to make some choices about which side of the park you want to stick to—though it's possible to sprint across Grant Park and catch portions of sets scheduled in the same time slot, you'll be wiped out by the end of the four-day weekend. That means choosing between Death Cab For Cutie and Janelle Monáe on Friday afternoon, and Lil Wayne or Tenacious D on Saturday evening. You'll also find some decent options beyond the two marquee headlining acts end evening, with rapper Lil Baby closing out the American Eagle stage on Thursday night and French producer Madeon providing an alternative to Twenty One Pilots and J Balvin on Saturday evening.

Take a closer look at the complete Lollapalooza 2019 schedule below and prepare yourself (mentally and physically) for another live music marathon in Grant Park.

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Michael D

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