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Don’t Buy, Sell Fake Vaccine Cards For Lollapalooza — Or You Could Face Prison Time, FBI Warns

Using fake vaccine cards endangers the people with the fake card and everyone around them, multiple agencies are warning.

Downtown

Will Lollapalooza Be A Super-Spreader Event? Chicago’s Top Doc Says Cases Likely, But Show Is Safe Anyway

While there will "almost certainly" be some cases of COVID associated with Lollapalooza, Public Health boss Dr. Allison Arwady said she's "hopeful that we won't see a significant problem."

Citywide

Lollapalooza Returns To Grant Park, Bringing Downtown Street Closures

Motorists will need to find alternate streets through some areas of Downtown, with some closures scheduled until Aug. 6.

Downtown

Should Lollapalooza Go On As Cases Climb Again? Yes, Mayor Says — But Fans Should Get Vaccinated

The festival routinely attracts 100,000 people per day — and Chicago's outbreak is worsening. But officials said Lolla should go on.

Downtown

Free Lolla Passes Available If You Get Vaccinated At Saturday Events. Here’s How To Get One

Up to 1,200 single-day Lollapalooza tickets will be given away at various vaccination events Saturday. The city is trying to encourage people to get the shots.

Citywide

With Lollapalooza Aftershows, Live Music Will Return To The Metro After 16-Month Shutdown

The six-night run will feature Limp Bizkit, Jimmy Eat World and Freddie Gibbs.

Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Northalsted

Chicago Is Rewarding People With $250 Gift Cards, Lolla Passes And More As We Reopen. Here’s How To Get The Deals

The incentives are meant to encourage people to get vaccinated — and to spend more time supporting Chicago businesses.

Citywide

Lollapalooza’s Daily Schedule Is Out, With 1-Day Tickets Going On Sale Noon Wednesday

Miley Cyrus is set to headline Thursday; Tyler, the Creator will lead Friday; Post Malone will headline Saturday and the Foo Fighters will give the finale Sunday.

Downtown

Lollapalooza Returning At Full Capacity This Summer

Attendees will have to be fully vaccinated or provide a negative COVID-19 test result.

Downtown

Lollapalooza Coming Back To Chicago This Summer, Report Says — But City Says It’s Not A Done Deal

Variety reports the music fest is set to return to Grant Park at “near-to or full-capacity" July 29-Aug. 1.

Downtown

Lollapalooza Could Return This Summer If COVID-19 Cases Decline, Fest Co-Founder Says

The city isn’t making any promises fests will happen, but Lollapalooza organizers have an administrative hold on Grant Park July 14-Aug. 6.

Citywide

Wicker Park Fest Becomes Latest Chicago Summer Festival To Be Canceled Or Postponed

Gov. JB Pritzker’s plan for reopening Illinois says large gatherings, including concerts, won’t be permitted until Phase 5, which won’t happen until there’s a vaccine, widespread treatment for COVID-19 or no new cases at all.

Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town

Lollapalooza, Taste Of Chicago, Air And Water Show Canceled — And Pretty Much Everything Else

The city's major outdoor festivals have been canceled through Labor Day due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Downtown

Festivals, Concerts Canceled Until Coronavirus Is Defeated, But Pritzker Won’t Commit To Canceling Lolla

Major events that attract big crowds won't be allowed until a vaccine is developed or new cases stop popping up, the governor said.

Downtown

All Large Summer Events Should Be Canceled, Pritzker Says Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Major festivals including Lollapalooza, Riot Fest and Pitchfork have been mum on their plans.

Downtown

GoodKids MadCity To Give Away Free School Supplies At Back-To-School Block Party In Washington Park Sunday

The youth organizers will also call on CPS to adopt student-led restorative justice practices as they celebrate the new school year.

Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore

Airbnb Hosts Will Rake In $3.3 Million During Lolla, Report Says

The app is seeing a record number of users flood Chicago for the festival.

Downtown

10 Ways Lollapalooza Will Ruin Your Weekend (Yes, Even If You’re Not Going)

Why enjoy a music festival when you can complain about it instead?

Downtown