Fans will flock to Chicago's Grant Park on Aug. 2 for the second day of Lollapalooza 2014, which is stacked with a number of exciting acts, including the reunited OutKast, which will serve as the night's main headliner. Throughout the day on Saturday, you'll be able to catch sets from the many diverse, talented musicians on the lineup, ranging from Foster the People to Nas, Krewella to Calvin Harris.
Lollapalooza Ticket Information
Single-day Lollapalooza Saturday tickets are listed on this page in order of price. You can select to view standard general admission options or VIP passes by clicking the corresponding red or yellow box on this page. VIP admission will give attendees access to two Lolla Lounges on site, spaces that include private bathrooms, complimentary food and beverages, and special viewing platforms.
Lollapalooza General Information
There will be many amenities on site to make your Lollapalooza experience more enjoyable. Among those are lockers, first aid tents, and ATMs. Note that you will not be able to bring lawn chairs, pets, professional cameras, recording devices, bottles, cans, outside food, and large bags inside the Grant Park gates. Festivalgoers on Saturday, Aug. 2 will, however, be able to bring blankets and towels for the lawn, as well as umbrellas and personal cameras. Lollapalooza reminds all its guests to stay well-hydrated, so you're invited to bring CamelBaks, empty plastic bottles, or factory-sealed water bottles to the grounds of this Chicago festival.
Lollapalooza Concessions Information
Chicago-based chef Graham Elliot is in charge of Chow Town, the epicenter of Lollapalooza's food offerings. There will be many local restaurants selling many diverse food options for festivalgoers, and there will be options for special diets like vegans and vegetarians.
Lollapalooza Parking Information
Parking is generally discouraged at Lollapalooza, as traffic can be heavy near this downtown park. There are underground parking lots where spaces can be secured for a fee on site, and several parking structures are available throughout downtown Chicago.
Many transportation alternatives will provide an easier way to access Grant Park on Aug. 2. The Chicago Transit Authority runs a number of train and bus routes that service the downtown area. If you're arriving at Lollapalooza 2014 from outside of Chicago, you can take the Metra commuter rail lines to the Van Buren Street or Millennium Stations. Additionally, there will be lots of bike parking on site that's available for free, but locks will not be provided.
Lollapalooza Gate Times
On Aug. 2, Lollapalooza gates are scheduled to open at 11 a.m. CST. There will be two entrances to the festival grounds: one near the intersection of Michigan and Congress, and the other near Columbus and Monroe.
There will be many festival employees on site on Aug. 2 providing assistance for Lollapalooza Saturday attendees. Both gates provide accessible entrance, and several performers at the main stages will have ASL interpreters for the audience. Check with the staff on site if you have any special accessibility requests.