At the end of March in 2014, Lollapalooza will make its first stop in Chile for what almost certainly will be one amazing party. If 2013 is anything to go by, then the festival is set to just go from strength to strength and become even better. The lineups for Brazil, Chile, and Argentina have already been announced with many people eagerly awaiting to see who will be gracing the stage in August when the festival hits Chicago.
There’s still a long wait for music fans before they get to soak up the festival atmosphere, but for those who are already looking forward to it, here are four reasons why you should be very excited the upcoming Lollapalooza 2014 lineup.
1. The Impressive South American Lineup
Nine Inch Nails, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, and Muse are just some of the very impressive headline acts that will be gracing the stage during the South American leg of the festival tour. They will also be joined by the likes of Vampire Weekend, Phoenix, Pixies, and Imagine Dragons. Certainly an impressive group of headliners that will be complimented by the vast number of other acts that will be taking to the stage with them.
2. First Ever Argentina Lollapalooza
In the beginning of April, Hipodromo de San Isidro in Beunos Aires is set to host the first ever Argentinian leg of the festival tour. With this being a first, naturally the event is set to be something very special with over 50 acts performing on five stages. That’s a lot of music to cram into two days! To make it even better for people thinking of being there to witness a little piece of history in the making, the Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Nine Inch Nails are among the main acts that will performing. Almost definitely a festival event that can not be missed.
3. Brazil’s New Venue
For the festival’s third visit to Brazil, the organizers have decided to move it to a new location. Interlagos Race Track in Sao Paulo will be the new venue to host the festivities, and it will be sticking with the tradition of making the South American leg of the tour one of the highlights of the festival calendar. Nine Inch Nails will also be performing in Brazil, along with Muse who are among the headliners. The new venue will certainly be christened in style when the festival arrives there on April 5th.
4. A Packed Visit To Chile
If you thought it was hard work for the organizers in Brazil and Argentina to arrange for over fifty acts to share five stages over the course of two days, then you haven’t seen nothing yet. For the visit to Chile, the stage will be packed to the rafters with a massive 65 acts taking to the six stages at O’Higgins Park in Santiago. Red Hot Chilli Peppers and, you guessed it, Nine Inch Nails will be forming part of the headliners fighting for space on the stage as they try and squeeze in all the acts. It certainly will be a sight to behold for anyone who is attending.
The lineup for the American leg of the tour is still to be announced, but given the impressive names that will be headlining the tour during the South American leg, the lineup is set to be an impressive one. With new venues and stops during the trip, along with the massive amount of talented and impressive acts that will be taking to the stage, there are certainly ground for many a music lover and festival goer to get excited about.