Lollapalooza came to a close on Sunday with a huge headlining set from Ariana Grande - but only after artists like Kacey Musgraves, Meek Mill, Slash and more delivered great sets. Here are our five favorite moments from Day 4 of Lollapalooza 2019.
From Lil Wayne performing his years of hits to Tenacious D making fans laugh with some of their best and funniest tracks, Lollapalooza had something for everyone on Saturday. Here are our five favorite moments from Day 3 of Lollapalooza 2019.
Day 2 kept the party going to start the weekend with awesome sets from artists like Janelle Monae, Tame Impala, Maggie Rogers and Childish Gambino to name a few. Here are our five favorite moments from the second day of Lollapalooza.
Lollapalooza returned to Grant Park on Thursday, kicking off the Chicago festival's 28th year of bringing some of the biggest names in music to the city's lakefront. Here are our five favorite moments from Day 1 of Lollapalooza 2019.
Whether you came for some of the day's big names in hip-hop - including Lil Uzi Vert or Gucci Mane - or you came to catch sets from some of music's most talented female artists like Jessie Reyez and Kali Uchis, Lollapalooza was the place to be Sunday.
Chicago's Lollapalooza is one of the world's biggest and most famous music festivals - and this year's lineup helps explain why, as artists like The Weeknd, Dua Lipa, Logic, LL Cool J and more all took stage on Saturday alone.
Lollapalooza kept the ball rolling on Friday, as Day 2 saw performances from some amazing acts throughout the entire day, like Greta Van Fleet, Post Malone and many more. Here are seven awesome moments you missed during Day 2.
With headlining sets from Travis Scott and the Arctic Monkeys, and performances throughout the day from artists like Camila Cabello and Khalid, there were plenty of reasons to take a vacation day and head down to the Windy City.
Who better to ask about music than a guy whose job it is to know music? That's the case with episode four of Milwaukee Soundbites, which heads over to 88Nine Radio Milwaukee to chat with DJ Marcus Doucette, who takes a swing a Lollapalooza and gives an unconventional answer to what he'd pick as his deserted island album.
The staff from WLUM-FM 102.1 will get out of the studio this weekend to broadcast live from the Lollapalooza 2014 music festival in Chicago.
WLUM-FM 102.1 is taking the staff south to cover Lollapalooza 2013 this weekend in Chicago.
Saturday morning, I made the quick trip down to Chicago for my first-ever (and the 20th annual) Lollapalooza show. I wasn't there all that long, since I was primarily tasked with helping out our friends from FM 102.1, who invited me, but I certainly lingered long enough to make a few impressions.
It's only by coincidence that it's taken me 20 years to get to Lollapalooza. In fact, it's always been on my to-do list, perhaps more so in its earlier years, than its later, but this year, it's going to happen.
Sean "Slug" Daley, emcee of Atmosphere and one of the founders of Minneapolis-based Rhymesayers Entertainment, established himself early in his career as a rapper that examined the normal life young adults live while trying to find themselves. Now a married man with two children, he's gravitating further toward being a full-time family man.
You knew you'd be bombarded with political ads during this unusual recall campaign. But you have to hope at least they'd be entertaining - and not as bad as an anti-Alberta Darling spot put together by a group called We Are Wisconsin. ... A Wisconsin export gets sent home on "Food Network Star."