The last day of Lollapalooza began with a change in the lineup early Sunday morning.
Rapper DaBaby was pulled from Sunday’s schedule amid a brewing controversy over homophobic comments he made during another festival performance last week in Florida.
Young Thug is performing in DaBaby’s place Sunday at 9 p.m. on the Bud Light Seltzer stage, with G Herbo set for the 4 p.m. slot on the T-Mobile stage.
Amid the numerous COVID-19 safety restrictions in place for the festival, Friday night saw the release of a new indoor mask requirement by Lollapalooza organizers. The requirement was in full force Saturday. The areas include the box office, merchandise shop, two hospitality lounges and wristband help tents.
If you missed our coverage of the festival’s third day, check out our reviews of Megan Thee Stallion, Michigander, Cannons, Freddie Gibbs, Post Malone and more, as well as our photo highlights from Saturday and reviews from Friday, including Tyler, the Creator’s closing set here.
Keep in mind there are numerous COVID safety restrictions in place for the fest. You’ll need proof of vaccination or proof a negative COVID-19 test for entry to the festival grounds. Lolla is the largest public event to date held in Chicago since the emergence of the coronavirus last March. Despite worries over the virus’ Delta variant and rising caseloads nationally, the show went on this weekend.
We’ve got the festival covered from every angle. For a complete guide to all things Lolla, check out our guide here. If you want our tips of the acts to catch, you can find our Top 10 picks here. And keep in mind, there are gobs of street closures in place; you can find the details here.