Lollapalooza Announces 2013 Line-Up: The Cure, Nine Inch Nails, Mumford & Sons, The Killers Top Bill
The line-up for this year’s Lollapalooza music festival has officially been announced, featuring headliners Nine Inch Nails, Mumford & Son, The Killers and The Cure, making their first-ever appearance at the fest.
Are Nine Inch Nails and The Cure going to be at Lollapalooza? A leaked photo of this year’s poster says they will be, along with Mumford & Sons, The Postal Service and more.
While the Lollapalooza lineup is still a much rumored discussion, Imagine Dragons let it slip that they’ll be playing the festival this summer.
If “industry sources” and staffer leaks are to be believed, this year’s Lollapalooza is going to be heavy on the rock’n’roll this year.
Seen in Chicago: an endless sea of neon, mostly orange, pink, green, and blue, and it’s represented on hats, bandanas, canvas sneakers, hair, body paint, sunglasses, and pretty much any accessory that exists.
And delivers a record-breaking crowd for any Lollapalooza show. The performance ended the festival on a high note.
fun. was set to perform just as the rain was at its height. While other acts’ sets got cut completely, fun.’s was the first to go on after festival-goers were admitted back into the park. With the short time they had, the band made it count.
When he dropped his track with Rihanna, the bass was so intense the the earth was shaking. His music brought the festival back to life after the grounds were evacuated for a few hours due to severe thunderstorms.
All music at Lollapalooza ceased a little before 3 pm on Saturday as the festival grounds were evacuated ahead of storm conditions that led to heavy winds and rain. But British five piece the Dunwells still managed to keep their 4:30 set time.
Indeed, whether festival-goers are in the mood for cuisine hailing from the pizza parlors of downtown Chicago or the streets of Osaka, chances are that for the next few days it can all be found along Columbus Drive. Apparently, there is also some great music to be heard there as well.