Lollapalooza announces 2024 lineup with SZA, Tyler, the Creator, Blink-182


Today is the second day of spring, but we are already excited for August and the 33rd annual Lollapalooza Music Festival in Chicago’s historic Grant Park.

Taking place over the first weekend in August (August 1-4), Lollapalooza remains a festival trailblazer with their wide ranging lineup featuring SZA, Tyler, the Creator, Blink-182, The Killers, Future and Metro Boomin, Hozier, Stray Kids, Melanie Martinez, and Skrillex. 

Over the course of the four days, attendees will be able to catch 170+ artists from multiple genres on nine stages including: Victoria Monét, Deftones, Faye Webster, Killer Mike, Kesha, Four Tet, Vince Staples, Tyla, Kenny Beats, Raye, and Tate McRae.

Our favorite part of Lollapalooza are the amount of up-and-coming artists you can see each day, many of whom we have featured on our site: from The Last Dinner Party, Brigitte Calls Me Baby, Quarters of Change, Olivia Dean, Destroy Boys, and Briston Maroney to Ruel, d4vd, Blu DeTiger, and Ava Maybee. 

Fans can sign up now for a presale code at to access 4-day tickets at the lowest pricing tier – presale is Thursday, March 21st from 10am to noon CT before prices increase at noon for public sale. 

Keep an eye on our site for up-to-date Lollapalooza info and news and view our 2023 coverage here.

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