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article imageMusic festival Lollapalooza offers webcast

By Tim O'Brien     Aug 3, 2012 in Entertainment
Not going to Lollapalooza, but want to see some of the bands or be a part of the action? No sweat, there is an app for that and a webcast, plus more.
The folks bringing Lollapalooza (Aug. 3 - 5) to Grant Park in Chicago, have compiled some tips on getting the best experience, whether one is at the show, or not. Watch Lollapalooza in Chicago live right here.
First, there is the webcast. Look in as the live music action unfolds via the Official Lolla 2012 Webcast. It will be live on You Tube (two channels) all three days. And app is available as well. Download the Hard Rock Hotel-powered official app and never be too far away
- As the aftershows kick off, most are sold out, they warn, but check this list to keep the party going long after the gates close.
- For those with kids, get this. Kidzapalooza will be open daily from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. And don’t forget — children 10 and under get into the event free.
For a glance at a little background of the event, here is how they describe it on the website. Lollapalooza now calls the legendary city of Chicago home, having put down roots in the gorgeous green spaces of Grant Park in 2005. As the festival has grown up, it's also grown out. Now it spans over 115 acres, multiple stages, and a ever-more diverse array of more than 130 artists from hip-hop, electronica, reggae, indie, rock, modern roots, and many more. There's always been a passion for rocking responsibly, and Lolla these days is no different, it states.
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