Music lovers, we have some good news! The American festival Lollapalooza launched in 1991 by Jane’s Addiction leader, Perry Farrell, is coming to France in 2021.
Seen as one of the biggest festivals in the world, gathering over 120,000 festival goers per day in Chicago each summer, Lollapalooza has been created in the United States in the early 90’s.
Buoyed by this success, in 2011 Lollapalooza won over Santiago, Chile, São Paulo, Brazil, in 2012 before coming to Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 2014.
But, the festival did not stop here since it even reached Berlin, Germany, in 2015.
In 2017, Lollapalooza came to France, in Paris, for its very first edition. Facing the success, the event is coming back to Paris Hippodrome de Longchamp on Saturday July 17 and Sunday July 18, 2021. The edition 2020 is unfortunately cancelled and postponed because of the health crisis and the coronavirus epidemic.
Remember, in 2018, the festival welcomed Depeche Mode as well as The Killers, Diplo, Noel Gallagher, Stereophonics and even Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and Kasabian.
In 2019, it welcomed The Strokes, Twenty One Pilots, Orelsan, Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals as well as Martin Garrix, IAM, Bad Bunny and The 1975.
In 2021, Lollapalooza Paris is delighted to have American band from Seattle, Pearl Jam. Eddie Vedder and friends will be back after 15 years of absence! Following the adjournment of the edition 2020, Lolla Paris has confirmed the legendary grunge band to come back in 2021. For the rest, stay tuned.
For the record, Lolla Paris was also said to welcome young American artist Billie Eilish for her only show in France, along with Fever 333, Vampire Weekend, Khalid, Vald and even Rita Ora and Haim.
We remind you that Lolla Paris also includes Lolla Chef, Kidzapalooza and even Lolla Planète.
LINEUP 2020: CANCELLED
Dates and Opening Time
From 17 July 2021 to 18 July 2021
Hippodrome de Longchamp
Route des Tribunes
75116 Paris 16
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