Lollapalooza Chicago Tickets
There’s no place like sweet home Chicago. Going strong since 2003, Lolla Chicago is one of the biggest Festivals in North America for breakthrough music, countless friends, and incredible memories. Honestly, who can say no to over 170 performances in Grant Park, right in the middle of gorgeous summertime Chi season?
Disabled Access Information
There are special designated lanes at the festival entrances for patrons with disabilities. Look for the Accessibility signs above the entrance lanes or ask a Festival Staff member to direct you to the lanes.
A Patrons are allowed to bring their medically necessary materials and medications provided all medicine has a prescription label with the patron’s name and only a sufficient supply for that day. Our medical personnel at the entry gates will verify the contents. Out of concern for the festival staff and volunteers who handle the trash, please dispose of your medical waste and syringes in the proper disposal located at the medical tent (see public map for exact location). Please do not dispose of these items in other trash bins at the festival.
Lollapalooza Accessibility Center is located inside the festival grounds on Columbus Dr. just west of Buckingham Fountain. It is clearly marked on the festival map.
Our Accessibility Center services include, but are not limited to:
- Answers to questions specific to the Accessibility Programs
- Information relevant to our patrons with disabilities
- Programming information in large print for reference
- Power outlet for recharging power wheelchairs
- Festival map that identifies all viewing areas for patrons with mobility limitations, patrons who are Deaf / Hard of Hearing or sensory difficulties (plus one companion). Please note that special accessible viewing areas have a limited capacity and are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Sensory Access is partnering with Lollapalooza to create a safe experience at the festival for those with Sensory difficulties, including those with Autism, Down Syndrome, etc. Sensory Access will be providing headphones, information on quiet spaces around the venue and assistance for those who have difficulty with the sensory aspects of music festivals and concerts.
To see this year's full lineup, please use the link below