lollapalooza 2016: survival guide
First things first, if you're an early bird you should be all set with tickets but if you waited until last minute to purchase your tickets we're sadden to tell you that the event is SOLD OUT for general admission. These tickets were on sale for each individual day or as a 4 day pass and just recently sold out completely on the Lollapalooza site! VIP tickets on the other hand are still available. These ticket prices range from $650-$2,200 but provide special access, admittance, and amenities. 4-day VIP tickets and VIP single day tickets are still available for purchase here or at Ticketmaster.com
Now these tickets aren't the only ones left. Some exclusive packages include the Platinum Package that's perfect for you if you're looking for 4 day EXCLUSIVE access.
Now that we have admission into the event it's time to get the inside scoop on how to get there!
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Depending on where your hotel is will determine your means of transportation. Just remember, there are over 15,000 attendees so your going to want to find the best possible route to take. Regardless, traffic is going to be on the roads but public transportation is available such as the L train, Metra ( commuter railroad) and Buses. You can also bike to the event! We advise you not to drive, but instead take an UBER or LYFT the first ride is free since they are sponsoring the event.
We got the deets on the Lollapalooza after parties sponsored by Bud Light! These shows are going to be held at different venues around Chicago from Metro to House of Blues and Aragon, these legendary rooms will host the ultimate Lolla after-parties from Tuesday, July 26th through Sunday, July 31st! It's going to be six nights of 55+ shows, 110+ musical acts with performances by Major Lazer, Vince Staples, and plenty more! Tickets are on sale, catch them while they are still available for purchase.
Don't have your outfit ready yet? Take a look at 6 ways to put together the perfect festival outfit!