Lollapalooza has announced ‘Lolla2020’, a free, four-night broadcast that “will commemorate this year’s festival weekend.” (Quote via press release.) The event will begin on July 30 and wrap up on Aug. 2. The festival is partnering with and raising awareness for the Arts for Illinois Relief Fund, the Equal Justice Initiative, and When We All Vote.
The event will feature archival performances from artists such as Paul McCartney, OutKast, Chance The Rapper, LCD Soundsystem, Metallica, Alabama Shakes and many more. In addition, the broadcast will feature new live performances from Tank and the Bangas Alison Wonderland, Carnage, H.E.R., Kali Uchis and more.
According to a press release, “the 4-night event will include more than 150 performances and appearances, featuring fan-favorite sets from previous festivals, including international editions, original performances from artists all over the world, classic archival sets from some of the festival’s most popular headliners and a series of special late-night performances. In between the music, Lolla2020 will highlight causes important to the festival’s history, community and home of Chicago.”