Just an hour after they went on sale Wednesday, single-day tickets to Lollapalooza have sold out.
The festival was already fresh out of all of its "secret sale" souvenir, "early bird" and three-day passes, so now all that remains available for the Aug. 4-6 festival -- save a trip to StubHub or Craigslist -- are travel packages that will set you back at least $1,599 (but include three nights of lodging) apiece.
On Monday, Lollapalooza formally announced its 2013 lineup, a verbatim match of a leaked lineup that hit the Internet the week prior and appeared to prompt the festival to bump up its lineup announcement date from April 9.
Strangely, as Consequence of Sound points out, Sunday single-day tickets were the last of the bunch to sell out on Wednesday, despite The Cure -- arguably the festival's most noteworthy booking -- playing that day.
Also headlining the festival -- to be held in Grant Park before a capacity crowd of 100,000 people each day -- are Mumford & Sons, The Killers and Nine Inch Nails. They'll be joined by Phoenix, Vampire Weekend, New Order and a reunion of The Postal Service. All but three of those bands have played the festival before, some as recently as 2010.