Yeasayer, Miike Snow, Major Lazer among Lollapalooza aftershows

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Yellow Claw will perform an official Lolla aftershow on July 31 at the MID.

Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. June 3 for the 2016 official Lollapalooza aftershows. More than 55 shows (more than 110 artitsts) are scheduled for the after Lolla concerts running July 26-31 at various venues. For the complete schedule and specific show ticket information, click here.

Here are some of the lineup announced today:



Jane’s Addiction, with Nothing – Metro – Tickets

Yeasayer, with Day Wave – Concord Music Hall – Tickets


Major Lazer Soundsystem, with Towkio and Slumberjack- Aragon Ballroom – Tickets

Excision & Grandtheft – The MID – Tickets

Miike Snow, with Autolux – Concord Music Hall – Tickets

Don Diablo – Evil Olive – Tickets

Kiiara, with Foreign Air – Schubas – Tickets


Bro Safari – Evil Olive – Tickets

GRiZ (DJ Set), Slumberjack & Muzzy Bear – The MID – Tickets

Cashmere Cat – Primary – Tickets

Mac Miller – Concord Music Hall – Tickets

Flosstradamus, with Valentino Khan and Party Favor- Aragon Ballroom – Tickets


Jauz & Marshmello – The MID – Tickets

Snakehips – Primary – Tickets

Big Gigantic – Concord Music Hall – Tickets

Third Eye Blind, with the Dreamers – Park West – Tickets


Snails – Evil Olive – Tickets

Yellow Claw & Boombox Cartel – The MID – Tickets

Lollapalooza runs July 28-31 in Grant Park. For the concert lineup and ticket info click here.


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