SLASH And TENACIOUS D To Perform At This Year's LOLLAPALOOZA

SLASH And TENACIOUS D To Perform At This Year's LOLLAPALOOZA

Slash and TENACIOUS D are among the confirmed artists for this year's Lollapalooza festival, set to take place August 1-4 at Grant Park in Chicago.

A partial lineup for the event was revealed earlier today via a 13-minute video featuring adoptable dogs from Chicago's PAWS organization. The clip, in which dogs available for adoption are seen shuffling around in a pen full of plastic balls, promises the full lineup will be announced "soon."

Also scheduled to appear at the festival are psych-rock titan Tame Impala, R&B frontrunner Janelle Monáe as well as Lil Wayne, Rosalía, Yaeji, J Balvin, Gunna, Calpurnia, Lil Baby, Lil Skies and Madeon.

Tickets for Lollapalooza are on sale now via the event's official web site.

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