Lollapalooza warns: don't be fooled by counterfeit passes on the secondary market

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Of course, only legit wristbands will be accepted at the gates when the festival runs tomorrow through Sunday. (Sadly, no such requirement exists that headlining bands be legit.)

Sorry, sorry—no offense to this year’s “largely lily-white lineup.” Not everyone can excite like Kanye (language NSFW, obviously) or Radiohead:

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