Eminem, Foo Fighters, Coldplay, and Muse are at the top of this summer's impressive bill. Other big names scheduled to perform include My Morning Jacket, Deadmau5, A Perfect Circle, The Cars, Ween, Big Audio Dynamite, Death From Above 1979, and more. A ton of great indie talent has been booked as well, including Explosions in the Sky, Crystal Castles, Local Natives, Lykke Li, Smith Westerns, Foster the People, and Young the Giant. Check out the complete lineup here.
As if the lineup itself wasn't enough to blow you away, the festival will also be expanding its DJ stage this year.
Essentially, if you didn't get to go to Coachella this year or last year, and if you couldn't make it to Bonnaroo last year either, Lollapalooza has pretty much combined those two lineups, so this will be a great opportunity to catch all of the great artists you've missed out on seeing lately.
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