The iconic global music festival Lollapalooza’s debut in India is the biggest news right now for all audiophiles. It is all set to come to India in January 2023, as announced by the organisers. By Sreetama Basu
Lollapalooza is going to be a two-day musical festival that will be held in Mumbai on January 28 and 29, as reported by the entertainment and ticketing platform giant BookMyShow. Let’s find out more.
Music festival Lollapalooza to debut in India next year
BookMyShow will team up along with global producers, Perry Farrell, WME and C3 Presents to spearhead the music festival as the promoter and co-producer for its Indian edition. The music festival was launched in 1991 and is globally famous and associated with alternative lifestyle, music and culture.
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Having been around for 31 years, Lollapalooza has been all around the world, in seven locations across three continents. These countries host the music festival every year. At the heart of it, this is a festival of music, inclusivity and unique experiences at the centre of it.
A touring festival, the home of Lollapalooza is in Chicago, USA. Its annual editions are held across various culturally-rich countries including Chile, Brazil, Argentina, Germany, France and Sweden with more than 66 editions of the festival so far. Now Lollapalooza will make its debut in India in 2023.
The lineup for Lollapalooza India
Audiophiles in India are about to have the time of their lives at this festival and the lineup that was released recently is proof. Headlining the festival will be the world-famous bands Imagine Dragons and The Strokes. Along with them, Diplo, AP Dhillon, Jackson Wang, Greta Van Fleet, Zhu, Prateek Kuhad, Divine, Cigarettes After Sex, Japanese Breakfast, Madeon, Alec Benjamin, Chelsea Cutler, The Wombats, The Yellow Diary and Sandunes are some of the artists that will be performing.
You can book your tickets for the India edition at BookMyShow. Limited early bird tickets are sold out and there are not a lot of tickets that are remaining now.
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