The Chicago Music Festival is July 29 to August 1 and those in attendance must comply with the covid-19 restrictions put in place by the organizers, including proving that they are fully vaccinated or have a negative covid-19 test.
The festival is back after a year of absence with headliners including Foo Fighters, Tyler, the Creator and Miley Cyrus.
This year’s lineup can be read in full here.
Thursday July 29:
- 6:45 am-7:45am, Playboi Carti (T Mobile)
- 8:30 am-9:45am, Steve aoki (Solana x Perry’s)
- 8:45 a.m. Miley Cyrus (T Mobile)
Friday July 30:
- 6:45 am-7:45am, Roddy Rich (T Mobile)
- 8:45 a.m. Tyler the creator (T Mobile)
- 8:45 am-10:00am, Marshmello (Bud Light Seltzer)
Saturday July 31:
- 6:30 am-7:30am, Bizkit box (Bud Light Seltzer)
- 6:45 am-7:45am, Megan you stallion (T Mobile)
- 8:45 a.m. Malone substation (T Mobile)
Sunday August 1:
- 2:50 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., Elderbrook (Grubhub)
- 7:15 am-8:15am, Brockhampton (Bud Light Seltzer)
- 8:00, Foo fighters (T Mobile)
- 9h00-10h00 DaBaby (Bud Light Seltzer)
How to watch the festival
If you couldn’t get a ticket on time, there are other ways to see the performances. Lollapalooza has teamed up with Hulu to bring many performances to people unable to see them in person.
“We are delighted to be partnering with Hulu for the first time for this year’s livestream and are thrilled that Lollapalooza fans who can’t be with us in Chicago have such a great platform to experience the show“Courtney Trucksess, sponsorship director of festival promoter Lollapalooza C3 Presents, told Billboard.
The livestream, which is also Hulu’s first exclusive live event, is available at no additional cost to anyone with a Hulu, Hulu (ad-free), or Hulu + Live TV subscription. New eligible subscribers can sign up for a 30-day free trial to watch the proceedings.