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Lollapalooza Full 2014 Lineup Announced, Party On

By Tankboy in Arts & Entertainment on Mar 26, 2014 11:55AM

Lollapalooza! Party time! Excellent! Photo by Jim Kopeny / Tankboy

The full 2014 Lollapalooza line-up has been released, and while there are no surprises (really, who didn't think Outkast would headline) it appears to be a solid offering for fans looking to party the weekend away in Chicago.

Of local note, and again no real surprise given his stratospheric rise in the last year, Chance the Rapper made the cut, along with Lolla alums Flosstradamus.

We also find it notable that two of the six headliners are hip-hop acts. No, neither Eminem nor Outkast would exactly be characterized as daring picks but when you're trying to appease 100,000+ attendees—99.9% of whom bought their tickets without being told a single band in the line-up—daring isn't a tactic organizers would employ.

This is Lollapalooza's 10th year calling Chicago home, and with this line-up it's also the year the fest has finally transitioned from a traveling freak show to a summer destination event safe for families, teens and bros wanting to get their Bud on. Ultimately though, wasn't Lollapalooza really always about Perry Farrell's wish to just throw a great big party everyone would want to come to? Well, for better or worse, we'd say he's reached that goal.

The full line-up is below.

Aug. 1: Eminem, Arctic Monkeys, Lorde, Zedd, Above & Beyond, Broken Bells, Interpol, Lykke Li, Phantogram, Chvrches, The Glitch Mob, Portugal the Man, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, AFI, J. Roddy Walston & the Business, the Kooks, Rudimental, Iggy Azalea, Bombay Bicycle Club, Warpaint, Kodaline, Sander Kleinenberg, Lucius, Blood Orange, Perry/Etty vs Joachim Garraud, Jagwar Ma, Temples, Vic Mensa, Francisca Valenzuela, Into It. Over It, Courtney Barnett, San Fermin, Roadkill Ghost Choir, Brillz, Jacob Plant, the So So Glos, Cash Cash, Bebe Rexha, Wallpaper, Dugas, Bagheera, Of Verona, Highly Suspect.

Aug. 2: Outkast, Calvin Harris, Foster the People, Krewella, Nas, Spoon, the Head and the Heart, Chase & Status, Cut Copy, Fitz & the Tantrums, Grouplove, Gramatik, Jenny Lewis, Manchester Orchestra, John Butler Trio, Martin Garrix, Phosphorescent, Duke Dumont, the Temper Trap, Joachim Garraud, Typhoon, Z-Trip, Kate Nash, Vance Joy, Rich Homie Quan, Parquet Courts, Smallpools, Jungle, Wildcat! Wildcat!, Papa, the Districts, heRobust, Royal Blood, Ratking, Meg Myers, Joywave, Desert Noises, Jon Batiste and Stay Human, Benjamin Booker, The Last Internationale, Johnnyswim, Charlie Hirsch, Anna Lunoe, Rocky Business.

Aug. 3: Kings of Leon, Skrillex, the Avett Brothers, Sebastian Ingrosso, Childish Gambino, Cage the Elephant, Young the Giant, Chance the Rapper, Flosstradamus, Chromeo, Darkside, The 1975, Rebelution, Glen Hansard, Gesaffelstein, Flume, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Run the Jewels, The Airborne Toxic Event, London Grammar, White Denim, Delta Rae, RAC, GTA, jhene aiko, Kongos, Nonono, Gemini Club, Crizzly, Bomba Estereo, Bleachers, Bear Hands, Kausea, Bronze Radio Return, Lindsay Lowend, Betty Who, Fly Golden Eagle, Crass Mammoth, Cardiknox, Space Capone, Plastic Visions, Oyinda.

Lollapalooza takes place in Grant park from Aug. 1-3. 3-day passes are sold out but various VIP packages are still available, and single day tickets go onsale today at 10 a.m CT.