Does my child need a ticket to attend Lollapalooza?
Lollapalooza is all ages and children ages 10 and under do not require a ticket as long as they enter with a ticketed adult. There is a limit of two children per ticketed adult.
Where should I stay that is close to Lollapalooza?
There are many hotels near Grant Park, though with the public transportation available it’s not absolutely essential to stay within walking distance. If you are looking for something very close, check out the University Club of Chicago, Hotel Burnham and the Silversmith Hotel.
How can I buy cheap Lollapalooza tickets?
TicketCity offers a large selection of Lollapalooza tickets which includes some of the lowest priced seats on the market. Lollapalooza ticket prices fluctuate based on the lineup released every year, but it is always packed with top performers from all over the world. TicketCity has been a source for Lollapalooza tickets for 20+ years. The Lollapalooza is one of the biggest music festivals in the world, so if you’re looking for cheap tickets you may want to act early.
How much are Lollapalooza tickets?
Lollapalooza ticket prices tend to fluctuate, but currently the price for a 4-day Lollapalooza ticket is at $340, while single day Lollapalooza median ticket prices range from $127-$180 per day, with Sunday being the least expensive and Saturday being the most expensive.
What time do the gates open for Lollapalooza?
The venue gates will open at 11:00AM each day rain or shine, and the music will end at 10 PM.
Is there parking at Lollapalooza?
Yes there are four underground garages directly beneath Grant Park, but keep in mind that parking just about anywhere in Chicago is quite expensive. We suggest looking for the best train or bus route to Grant Park.
Is there camping at Lollapalooza?
There is no camping at Lollapalooza, however there are several hotels nearby.
What can I bring into Grant Park for Lollapalooza?
You may bring in blankets, sheets and towels, as well as soft-sided coolers and baby strollers. Two factory-sealed water bottlers per person are allowed. No other food or drink is allowed, as well as no chairs or tents of any kind.