On Aug. 3, the final day of Lollapalooza 2014 will hit Chicago's Grant Park with a bang, as the diverse collection of headlining acts scheduled to perform include Kings of Leon, The Avett Brothers, and Skrillex. Stop by the lakeside festival grounds to experience great local food and diverse arts and crafts vendors, in addition to watching sets from supporting artists like Childish Gambino, Cage the Elephant, Chromeo, The 1975, and Chicago native Chance the Rapper.
Lollapalooza Ticket Information
Your Lollapalooza wristband will allow you access to Grant Park for the entire day on Sunday. You'll be allowed re-entry up to five times throughout the day on Aug. 3, so long as your wristband is scanned at the gate. There are VIP and GA options for Lollapalooza 2014, with VIP access including private lounges, bathrooms, and viewing platforms.
Lollapalooza General Information
Lollapalooza performances can be captured with small, personal cameras, but professional cameras with detachable lenses and all audio-video recording devices are not allowed inside the Grant Park grounds. All performers will take the stage rain or shine.
Several items will not be allowed inside the gates on Aug. 3, including outside food and drink, cans, bottles, large bags and purses, skateboards, scooters, and lawn chairs. You may, however, bring blankets, towels, and small umbrellas, in addition to CamelBaks and empty plastic bottles to stay hydrated while at Lollapalooza.
Lollapalooza Parking Information
Secure underground parking garages located beneath Grant Park will likely be available on Aug. 3. You can pay for spaces on site at these underground locations, as well as at various garages in the general area. The Chicago Transit Authority also has numerous public transportation routes that will provide easy access to Grant Park, and there will be ample space to park bikes outside the Lollapalooza gates on Sunday.
Lollapalooza Gate Times
On Aug. 3, gates are scheduled to open at 11 a.m. CST. The festival is expected to last until about 10 p.m.
Although the majority of this festival is held on terrain, Lollapalooza does offer many accessibility options--including ASL interpreters at many main stage performances, accessible restrooms, and wheelchair routes throughout Grant Park. There will also be an access center on site to help with any questions or concerns on Aug. 3.