The ultimate Atlanta weekend for “bands actually playing fucking instruments.”
Upcoming Festival Appearances
Disappointing lineup hints at much bigger problems for the Lollapalooza of the South.
The band’s eighth album features production from Beastie Boys’ Mike D and Danger Mouse.
Catch U2, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Weeknd, Chance the Rapper, and more from the comfort of VIP.
Annual event put on by Arts & Crafts Records also promises Thundercat, Portugal. the Man, BadBadNotGood, and Cloud Nothings.
Plus, the indie rockers have revealed a large spring and summer tour.
The best way to see Lorde, Flume, Solange, Cage the Elephant, The Shins, and more.
Plus: Cage the Elephant, The Shins, Charli XCX, Grouplove, Portugal. the Man, and Frightened Rabbit.
The festival’s fifth anniversary brings LCD Soundsystem, The xx, Phoenix, and more to Atlanta.
The Shins, Cage the Elephant, Pixies, Wolf Parade, FIDLAR, and Cloud Nothings also playing the Atlanta festival.
In celebration of the festival’s 25th anniversary, we crown the best Lolla lineup of them all.
French duo return after a decade away with loads of collaborators in tow.