Music Events

Pick Your Stage: Lollapalooza 2017

Thursday, August 3rd
Muse: Their Drones World Tour cemented their status as arena rock legends of our time. Now the Grammy-winning trio will take their explosive stage act to The Windy City.
Kaytranada: Where Kaytranada goes, an epic dance party is sure to follow. The winner of the 2016 Polaris Prize, this Haitian-Canadian producer is famed for his eclectic funk flair.
Friday, August 4th
The Killers: Las Vegas post-punk heroes The Killers make their comeback this summer with their first album in five years, Wonderful Wonderful.
Tegan and Sara: This year marks the 10th anniversary of the twin stars’ landmark album, The Con. Expect some major throwbacks and all the feels.
Saturday, August 5th
Alt-J: The British art rockers sold out Madison Square Garden during their last US tour – and they’ve probably soundtracked your favorite show.
Sylvan Esso: A summer festival favorite, Sylvan Esso’s synth-pop cool is heightened by singer Amelia Meath’s earthy vocals and impeccable dance moves.
Sunday, August 6th
Arcade Fire: With keytars, flutes and accordions in tow, Canada’s most celebrated rock band will head stateside to wow fans with material from their upcoming album, Everything Now.
Lil Yachty: From Internet phenomenon to critically-acclaimed rapper, the young superstar’s genre-hopping debut, Teenage Emotions, debuted at #5 on the Billboard 200.

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Music Events

Pick Your Stage: Lollapalooza 2017

Thursday, August 3rd
Muse: Their Drones World Tour cemented their status as arena rock legends of our time. Now the Grammy-winning trio will take their explosive stage act to The Windy City.
Kaytranada: Where Kaytranada goes, an epic dance party is sure to follow. The winner of the 2016 Polaris Prize, this Haitian-Canadian producer is famed for his eclectic funk flair.
Friday, August 4th
The Killers: Las Vegas post-punk heroes The Killers make their comeback this summer with their first album in five years, Wonderful Wonderful.
Tegan and Sara: This year marks the 10th anniversary of the twin stars’ landmark album, The Con. Expect some major throwbacks and all the feels.
Saturday, August 5th
Alt-J: The British art rockers sold out Madison Square Garden during their last US tour – and they’ve probably soundtracked your favorite show.
Sylvan Esso: A summer festival favorite, Sylvan Esso’s synth-pop cool is heightened by singer Amelia Meath’s earthy vocals and impeccable dance moves.
Sunday, August 6th
Arcade Fire: With keytars, flutes and accordions in tow, Canada’s most celebrated rock band will head stateside to wow fans with material from their upcoming album, Everything Now.
Lil Yachty: From Internet phenomenon to critically-acclaimed rapper, the young superstar’s genre-hopping debut, Teenage Emotions, debuted at #5 on the Billboard 200.

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