If the ongoing stage setup process at Grant Park has not notified you, Lollapalooza again headed to downtown Chicago for a four-day live music show this weekend. Biggest city Summer Festival—which typically hosts around 400,000 attendees—will bring a lineup of performers to Grant Park, including Metallica, Dua Lipa, J.Cole, Green Day and BTS’s J-Hope, among a long list of other genre acts.
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Not planning to attend this year? You can still catch the festival action from home, thanks to Lollapalooza’s live streaming partnership with Hulu. The streaming platform will live stream select artists from all four Lolla days, from headline shows by Kygo and Machine Gun Kelly to relatively smaller artists like Tove Lo, The Wombats, Tinashe, Djo, and Beach Bunny (for a full schedule of shows, visit Hulu’s website).
Of course, you’ll need to have a Hulu subscription to listen, but it’s still a lot cheaper than paying a $350 GA four-day pass—and if you manage to get your hands on a week’s free trial, you can even experience Lolla at home without spending a dime. It’s not like it really is, but hey, at least you won’t be rubbing up against the thousands of sweaty festivalgoers in Grant Park!