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The daily lineup for Lollapalooza 2023 is here


This is going to sound and look very familiar, but stay with me.

Lollapalooza today unveiled the daily lineup for its 2023 installment, separating more than 160 artists into four-day buckets. Here's the newly updated graphic, which we promise is different than the one we shared with you about a week ago:

For those of you who prefer text on screen over images, the headliners are Billie Eilish and Karol G on Thursday, Kendrick Lamar and The 1975 on Friday, Odesza and Tomorrow X Together on Saturday, and Red Hot Chili Peppers and Lana Del Rey rounding things out Sunday.

After Summerfest's lineup drop (artists and days and times AND stages all at once!), we should all be in prime festival analysis mode, determining our day(s) of choice at breakneck speed. I'm leaning toward Saturday as my favorite for many reasons, including Maggie Rogers, Sylvan Esso, Alex G, Thee Sacred Souls, Jean Dawson, The Linda Lindas and Danielle Ponder. Plus, the headliners do absolutely nothing for me, so I can get to bed at a reasonable hour.

But just about every day has its strengths, with artists like beabadoobee, Sudan Archives, Peach Pit, Rina Sawayama and Portugal. The Man dotting the lineup. Give that graphic a closer look, and if you're feeling any day in particular, take a trip to the Lollapalooza website for tickets.

If you really want to commit and grab the four-day option, the festival would like to remind you that prices go up at noon tomorrow, March 29. You also have the option of visiting our contest page and entering for a chance to win a pair of four-day passes.