Lollapalooza, a very famous music festival held every year in the USA has taken a hit because of COVID-19. The fest is now shifted to a new digital venue, YouTube.
The festival will take place over the same four days as the original festival, starting Thursday, July 30th and concluding on Sunday, August 2nd. However, this time it’ll all be just streaming on YouTube. Past Lollapaloozas have also been live streamed on YouTube, but this time it’s different and will mean more because it is the first time the festival will not host fans in person.
With a mixture of classic performances and new sets from Alison Wonderland, H.E.R. and Vic Mensa, there are more than 150 performances on tap, from fan-favorite and archival sets from past years, including international editions and late-night gigs, the event will highlight initiatives close to the festival’s mission in between artists.
Former US First-lady who is going to be a special appearance on the Youtube stream for the festival tweeted