How Much Do Lollapalooza 2019 Tickets Cost?

The day-by-day lineup for Lollapalooza 2019 has been revealed, and one-day tickets are on sale now. The four-day festival runs from August 1-4 in Chicago’s Grant Park.

The star-studded event will feature more than 170 performances from artists like Childish Gambino, Ariana Grande, Kacey Musgraves, The Strokes, and many, many more. So how much will it cost to attend this year’s Lollapalooza fest? Find out now.

Four-day passes start at $340

Atlas Genius fans at the BMI Stage during Lollapalooza at Grant Park on August 3, 2017, in Chicago, Illinois. | Erika Goldring/FilmMagic

If you want the full Lollapalooza experience, a four-day general admission pass will cost $340. Four-day GA+ plus passes, which include shaded seating, private lounge access, free water, and premium restrooms are $650, but those are already sold out. Four-day VIP and Platinum passes cost $2,200 and $4,200, respectively. Those high-priced tickets include perks like premium lounges, golf cart transportation, free food and drinks, and premium viewing areas.

You can also get a special “Lolla Insider” pass, which includes all the perks of the Premium pass, plus private SUV transportation to the festival, access to the artist lounge, side-stage and other premium viewing options, a private concierge, and more.

You can also purchase a cabana for 25 guests. Cabanas include elevated views of the stage, dedicated golf cart transportation, and in-suite food and beverage service.

In contrast to fests like Coachella, where you have to buy a pass for an entire weekend, you can get single-day tickets to Lollapalooza. Those cost $130 each, with GA+ ($225), VIP ($650), and Platinum ($2,000) also available.

So far, ticket sales for this year’s festival have been “sluggish” according to ABC 7 Chicago. While four-day passes have sold out quickly in the past, those passes, which went on sale several weeks ago, are still available.

The 2019 Lollapalooza lineup

This year’s Lollapalooza headliners include:

  • Thursday, August 1: The Strokes, The Chainsmokers, Hozier, Fitz and the Tantrums, Rufus Du Sol, H.E.R., Gud Vibrations vs Slugz Magic, Lil Baby, King Princess
  • Friday, August 2: Childish Gambino, Tame Impala, Janelle Monáe, 21 Savage, Death Cab for Cutie, Maggie Rogers, Alesso, NF, Snails
  • Saturday, August 3: Twenty One Pilots, J Balvin, Lil Wayne, Gary Clark Jr, Tenacious D, RL Grime, 6lack, Gunna, Madeon
  • Sunday, August 4: Ariana Grande, Flume, Kacey Musgraves, Meek Mill, The Revivalists, Perry Farrell’s Kind Heaven Orchestra, Louis the Child, Slash Feat. Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators  

You can see the complete day-by-day Lollapalooza lineup on the festival website.

More than 100,000 people attend the festival every day

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Camila Cabello performs on day one of Lollapalooza at Grant Park on August 2, 2018, in Chicago, Illinois. | Michael Hickey/Getty Images

Last year, more than 100,000 people descended on Grant Park during each day of the festival, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. Lollapalooza has existed in one form or another since 1991, when it was founded as a touring festival by Jane’s Addiction singer Perry Farrell. It existed in its original incarnation until 1997, and was revived in 2003. Since 2005, it has been held in Chicago. Several foreign versions of the festival also exist, in Berlin, Stockholm, Paris, Buenos Aires, and Santiago, Chile.

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