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Music fans eager to hear Foo Fighters, Miley Cyrus, Tyler, the Creator and a long list of top artists and bands play live are in Grant Park this weekend, for the 2021 Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago.
This year marks the festival’s return after it was canceled last year due to Covid, and festival goers will still need to show proof of vaccination (or wear a face mask) plus show a negative Covid-19 test result to enter the park (Heading to Lolla? Read our full guide for all the health and safety guidelines, along with all the festival details you should know before you go).
Even if you haven’t bought tickets to this year’s festival, there’s still a way you can catch some of the biggest acts without physically being in the Windy City: You can easily stream Lollapalooza for free online if you have Hulu.
Lollapalooza 2021 Dates and Lineup
Lollapalooza returns to Grant Park in Chicago for 2021, starting on Thursday, July 29th and ending with headliners Foo Fighters on Sunday, August 1st. You can check the complete schedule and lineup here, but keep in mind the livestream times will vary depending on your time zone (and not all of the streaming times have been announced yet).
This year’s Lollapalooza headliners will play on the T-Mobile Stage at Grant Park, beginning with Miley Cyrus (Thursday), Tyler, the Creator (Friday), Post Malone (Saturday) and concluding with Foo Fighters (Sunday).
Lollapalooza kicks off at noon CT on July 29th with performances throughout the afternoon by Playboi Carti, Orville Peck, Dominic Fike, Aly & AJ and Miley’s headlining set at 8:45 p.m. CT.
Jack Harlow, Black Pumas, Steve Aoki, Angels & Airwaves, Ashe, Roddy Ricch, Limp Bizkit, Hinds, Megan Thee Stallion, Journey, Modest Mouse, Band of Horses, Brockhampton, Young the Giant, Young Thug and Jxdn also appear on this year’s bill, with plenty more performances scheduled throughout the four-day event.