Lollpalooza celebrates 25 years of festival madness in 2016. Image courtesy of Lollapalooza.
Overall, the festival had some of the best accommodations I have ever seen. After 25 years in the music festival business, it’s clear that Lollapalooza has learned how to do a few things right.
The 2016 Lollapalooza lineup, image courtesy of Lollapalooza
From this point forward, I will now view my entire adolescent and young adult life as having occurred either *before* or *after* the day I saw Radiohead.
Bob Moses at Lollapalooza (2016), photograph by Will Coe
Of those surprises, the most interesting moment came when Danny played his wildly left field, new single ‘When It Rain’ in the drizzling remnants of the showers from earlier in the day.
Lollpalooza's 25-year anniversary (2016), image courtesy of Lollapalooza.
Her (Claire Boucher aka Grimes) vocals stretched beyond her physical limits into a screeching, powerful alter-ego, and her robotic, haywire dance moves gave raw, artistic passion and vision to her live performance.
Grimes at Lollapalooza (2016), photographs by Will Coe
If you are looking for a mosh pit that resembles battle scenes from civil war movies, look no further than Fidlar, an L.A. garage act that extolls the virtues of cheap beer, skateboarding and cocaine. If you are looking to keep your expensive shoes clean or keep up with your valuables, hang to the back of the show.