Marc Geiger, who co-founded the Chicago music festival in 1990, says the world needs to be ready for "a very long forced timeout."
The morning show dedicated an entire segment to the country singer's use of a swear word while speaking out about gun violence at Lollapalooza.
The singer expressed her fury at the recent spate of gun violence on stage at Lollapalooza on Sunday. "Somebody f**king do something," she yelled.
Dan Reynolds' rainbow flag spoke loudly in a country where queer people still face much discrimination.
Multiple cases of sexual violence -- including rape -- reported at Bravalla Festival for second year in a row.
Atlanta’s Shaky Knees Music Festival is a well-oiled machine with a super staff, immaculate grounds, three stages, and a
This year, the sold out second edition of Lollapalooza Berlin featured a strong artist roster alongside a great new location. The move from the concrete jungle of Tempelhofer Feld (the former Berlin airport) farther east to Treptower Park was a rewarding choice. It gave the entire festival that "festival" feeling it was missing last year: shaded chill out areas, a maze like layout and massive performance stages.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the iconic music festival.
Following successful one-offs and an upcoming slot at this year's Lollapalooza, Polly A stopped by for an A-Sides session
Bud Light Creates a Moment in Chicago Sports Music History: The Newest Chicago Bull Dwyane Wade, Plus, Chance The Rapper, and Former Destiny's Child member Michelle Williams Steal The Stage At Lollapalooza 2016
"It feels good to be home Chicago," shouted an excited Dwayne Wade, who was hinting at not only being back in his hometown but also coming home to his favorite childhood team, the Chicago Bulls. Of course the news wouldn't be official until the following day, but for the crowd of local Chicago natives and visitors, they will never forget this iconic moment in sports and music history.