Lollapalooza, Chicago’s annual music festival at Grant Park, kicks off its 2019 event on Thursday, and there’s a lot of music for fans to enjoy — both in person and at home.

The four-day affair runs Thursday through Sunday, and tickets are still available for those in (or able to get themselves to) Chicago. For those not able to physically attend, there will be a live stream of all of the can’t-miss performances.

YouTube will be hosting the exclusive and official live stream of the August event, via Lollapalooza’s YouTube channel and the YouTube Music app.

“Following a record-setting Coachella livestream, YouTube is expanding its 2019 live music festival lineup to include coverage of Lollapalooza this summer,” the video service announced in a press release. “In addition to the curated live stream over the four-day festival, for the first time ever, fans will get additional custom content giving unique access to the festivals’ artists.”

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Check out an aerial shot from Lollapalooza 2018 to see what to expect from the 2019 event. Cambria Harkey / Lollapalooza 2018

What kind of custom content exactly? Well, viewers can expect to see a bunch of backstage moments, pre-performance clips and more featuring many of the festival’s artists.

Some of the performers hitting the stage during Lollapalooza 2019 are The Strokes, The Chainsmokers, Childish Gambino, Tame Impala, Twenty One Pilots, J Balvin, Ariana Grande and Flume.

Check out the full lineup by day right here:

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Take a look at the lineup for Lollapalooza 2019. Lollapalooza

As for when you can expect to be able to watch your favorite artists on the live stream, Lolla has released an interactive schedule on its website of when each artist will be performing at the festival, and alarms can be set on the Lolla YouTube channel so fans don’t miss any of the performances they’re waiting to see.