LOLLAPALOOZA PARIS. The Parisian version of the Lollapalooza festival returns this weekend, over three days, at the ParisLongchamps racecourse. Here's everything you need to know ahead of the event.
[Updated July 19, 2023 at 10:41 a.m.] The 2023 edition of Lollapalooza Paris promises to be explosive! The Parisian version of the American festival is back at the ParisLonchamps racecourse this weekend, over three days, Friday July 21, Saturday July 22 and Sunday July 23, 2023. On the program for this new edition, headliners from France or international, like Lil Nas X, Rosalía, Kygo or Aya Nakamura, but also Damso, OneRepublic or Kendrick Lamar.
Programming, ticket offices, timetables, map... Here is all the practical information you need to know before the start of this Lollapalooza Paris 2023:
For the next edition of the Parisian Lollapalooza festival, in 2023, meet over three days, Friday July 21, Saturday July 22 and Sunday July 23! A first for the event which so far had only two days of festivities.
Tickets for the 2023 edition of LollaParis went on sale last December and are available on the event website, here.
To best prepare your visit to the Lollapalooza Paris 2023 site, here are the opening hours of the festival doors
Like many festivals, for Lollapalooza Paris 2023, payments on the site are made in cashless, a secure payment system accessible via a bracelet distributed at the entrance. To use it, simply create an account here and recharge your bracelet.
The Lollapalooza festival was created in 1991 by Perry Farrel, the leader of the band Jane's Addiction. The event has established itself on the American continent as the benchmark rock, punk and heavy metal festival, with editions in the United States, Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Berlin. The festival is acquired by Live Nation, a multinational considered to be the largest organizer of musical events in the world. In France, the American company already organizes three festivals, the Main Square in Arras, I Love Techno in Montpellier and the Download Festival in Paris, created in 2016. "Live Nation wanted to continue to develop its activity at festivals in France" assured Angelo Gopee who however does not speak of competition.
"I'm not sure that the Vieilles Charrues, or even Solidays, We Love Green, Rock en Seine bring artists like David Guetta, Calvin Harris or Ariana Grande" he defends himself before deciding: "Between all these festivals, there is a place for us, with artists that we are the only ones to be able to offer". Historically, the Lollapalooza has been the springboard for rock giants such as Rage Against The Machine, Nine Inch Nails, Soundgarden and Pearl Jam. "The Lollapalooza is the biggest festival in the world, which brings together 120,000 spectators a day in Chicago every summer," he explains.