Written by Live Nation Staff • January 18, 2017
It seems like everyday a new festival gets announced, each with increasingly impressive rosters. Unfortunately, in this festival update, there will be no Chance The Rapper info. Alas, the lineups for these festivals are still absolutely incredible.
Air+Style First up, we have Air+Style Los Angeles. If you haven't heard about it yet, the festival is curated by Olympic snowboarder Shawn White as an exhibition for winter X-Games and music has been a massive hit over it’s past few years in LA, and this year they’ve gone from a silver-rated festival to a pure Gold one. With acts like Major Lazor, Flume, Chromeo, Vince Staples, Vic Mensa, St. Lucia and more the Air+Style lineup is becoming a must-see festival for SoCal residents. The festival takes place at Exposition Park in DTLA on February 18 & 19. Get tickets now!
Lollapalooza Paris This is not a test--Lollapalooza expands to Paris this year with headliners The Weeknd, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Imagine Dragons and everyone’s favorite sensuous singer Lana Del Rey. Lolla Paris seems to have one of the most stacked lineups of the year including artists who are supposed to be dropping albums… hint hint Imagine Dragons hint hint… Maybe the pressure of performing in Paris (say it 10 times fast) will help push these bands to give us new music before July 22 and 23.
While you’re gearing up for a summer trip to Paris, don’t forget to buy your tickets, on sale January 19th.
Chicago Open Air Think we forgot about you metal-loving humans? Fret not. Chicago Open Air has announced its lineup and it's intense. Ozzy Ozbourne, Kiss and Korn will headline; then they've got Slayer, Lamb of God, Megadeath... how much headbanging can one person do in a weekend? Guess we'll find out.
The 3-day event, which takes place in Chicago's Toyota Park from July 14-16, has become a staple in the rock festival route. Bringing out big guns Seether, Rob Zombie, Dillinger Escape Plan, Steel Panther, Norma Jean and more, attending this badass bash should give you more than a healthy dose of rock n roll. Be there.
Tickets go on sale January 20th. And seeing as there’s literally nothing else important going on that day, you should get them.
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