Festival fans: Don’t have the golden ticket, or just can’t make it to Chicago this weekend? You’re in luck, because Red Bull TV will be live-streaming Lollapalooza 2015 all weekend long. More than 100 hours of music will be broadcast from eight stages, over three days; catch sets from headliners Paul McCartney, Florence + The Machine, and Metallica, plus dozens more artists including Alt-J, Alabama Shakes, Of Monsters & Men, Kaskade, TV on the Radio, G-Eazy, Gary Clark Jr., Chet Faker, RL Grime, and DJ Snake.
In addition to performances, Red Bull TV will broadcast artist interviews and backstage highlights. It’s as immersive as you can get from the comfort of your couch.
HOW TO WATCH
The Lollapalooza Livestream will air July 31- August 2 exclusively on Red Bull TV, which can be accessed at www.redbull.tv/lollapalooza, via the Red Bull TV app on Android, iOS and Windows phone; throughApple TV and Samsung TV’s Red Bull channels; and as a free downloadable app on Amazon Fire TV, Kindle Fire, Nexus Player, Roku Players, Roku TV models, and Xbox 360. The Red Bull TV stream will also be carried live on the festival’s website, www.lollapalooza.com.
The Lollapalooza Livestream offers channels to choose from. Channel 1 is a "fully curated" experience hosted by Sal Masekela, Ted Stryker and Julie Garcia, featuring headliner performances, exclusive artist interviews, behind-the-scenes access, fan segments and fun festival highlights. Channels 2 and 3 are solid music, featuring back-to-back showcases.
For more information on the lineup and schedule, click below: