Lollapalooza 2013 is already off to a ridiculously good start. Three-day passes to the music festival have already sold out, which means anyone who is interested in seeing favorite acts perform better get tickets as soon as possible.
Lollapalooza takes place Aug. 2-4 in Chicago's Grant Park.
As of Tuesday night the only tickets available are 1-day passes for $95. VIP passes are also up for grabs, but that’s if concertgoers are willing to spend more than $1,000.
It’s a good choice for someone who wants:
-Unlimited Access to Lolla Lounge North and South
-Access to VIP Golf Cart Shuttles Transportation
-Viewing Platforms with Premium Sightlines
-Beer, Wine and Specialty Libations All Day
-Catered Food Servings Daily
-Mini-Spa Treatments All Weekend
-Reserved Air Conditioned Restrooms
Shaded and Relaxed Lounge Seating
The big catch with Lollapalooza 2013 is that the full lineup hasn’t been announced yet, and won’t be until April 9, but it will probably be too late for tickets then. People will just have to assume they are getting their money's worth and take a musical leap of faith.
As of now the Chicago Tribune has confirmed the following acts:
- Vampire Weekend
- Mumford & Sons
- The Killers
- The Postal Service
- The National
For anyone who isn't able to buy tickets, or just doesn't want to endure Chicago weather in August, the musical sets can be watched from the comfort of your home or mobile computer.
Maria Vultaggio is a reporter for the Continuous News Desk (CND), where she covers trending topics and breaking news for the International Business Times....
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