Lollapalooza Lands in India Geared Up to make Asia debut

The Indian debut of the international musical extravaganza in 2023 will feature the biggest global and local names in music.

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International music festival Lollapalooza to grace Indian crowds in January, 2023. Photo by: Page Light Studios/ Shutterstock.

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India is the latest country to join the blazing lineup of hosts for Lollapalooza, one of the world’s biggest multi-genre music festivals. Mumbai will be hosting the inaugural Indian leg on the 28th and 29th of January 2023, also marking Lollapalooza’s Asian debut.

While the anticipated artist line-up is under wraps until the end of August, the two-day affair will feature some of the biggest global and local names catering to over 60,000 music aficionados each on both days across four segments totalling 20 hours of outstanding live music, with a reported 45 live acts. The announcement has also stirred speculation about many international names making their Indian debut at the festival.

The announcement of Lollapalooza’s Indian debut comes right before the American leg of the event this year kicks off between July 28 and 31, at Chicago’s iconic Grant Park. Originating in America, the music festival annually tours across Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Germany, France and Sweden, making India its eighth destination. Lollapalooza has enjoyed a monumental 31 years of hosting some of the biggest musical artists such as Red Hot Chili Peppers, Metallica, Lady Gaga and Daft Punk, among many others.

Limited early-bird access tickets-priced ₹7,000 onwards are set to go live on the 1st of August, 2022, registrations for which are open now on the festival website.

 

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