- 14 Jun 21
Citizens who receive a vaccine on "Lolla Day" (June 26th) will receive a one-day pass to Lollapalooza this July.
Chicago is offering Lollapalooza tickets as an incentive for citizens to get their Covid-19 vaccine.
According to NBC, anyone who makes an appointment at four select vaccination sites on Lolla Day (June 26th) will receive a day pass to the four-day festival.
These vaccination sites will turn into a "Lollapalooza experience" on the day; with DJs, custom Lolla-branded giveaways and free passes for those attending.
A host of music's finest is set to take the stage to a full-capacity crowd of approximately 100,000 people at Chicago’s Grant Park from July 29th - August 1st.
Last month, the festival announced it would be returning this year after cancelling its 2020 edition due to COVID-related restrictions. The confirmation came after that the Chicago event had been given the go-ahead by government officials to host its 30th anniversary edition.
Foo Fighters, Post Malone, Tyler, the Creator and Miley Cyrus will be headlining this year's festival - with performances by Megan Thee Stallion, Rico Nasty, slowthai, BROCKHAMPTON, Playboi Carti, DaBaby, EarthGang, Band of Horses, Young Thug, Modest Mouse, Limp Bizkit and more across the weekend.
This year will mark the festival's return to Chicago since 2019.
Charlie Walker with C3 Presents, the promoter of this year's festival said “Lollapalooza has called Chicago home for the past 16 years, and we truly love this vibrant city. We are pleased to partner with and support the City to encourage vaccinations".
Fans can register to get their vaccine here.