Lollapalooza heads to Scandinavia.
The music festival isn't a new idea, but its rebirth in the commercialized hip-hop and pop music world has influenced several artists to start their own. The destination festival has become a necessity for music lovers. Lollapalooza expanded greatly since its inception in the 90's. It began as a tour around the US, before expanding to South America. Brazil, Chile, and Argentia have hosted the massive music festival for years. Once the festival was changed from a tour to a weekend destination event, expansion over to Europe began. Germany and France were the first to host a Lollapalooza, and now Sweden will join them. As reported by Billboard, Lollapalooza will kick off in Stockholm on June 28 and 29.
The line up for the first Lollapalooza in Scandinavia includes Travis Scott, Brockhampton, Lana Del Rey, Foo Fighters, HOV1, The Hives, Alan Walker, The Hellacopters, Norlie & KKV, Mike Perry, Halestorm, Bassjackers, Kungs, Loud Luxury, Junior Brielle, and more. The festival has always been known for its diverse lineup. It was started by Jane's Addiction singer Perry Farrell. The group was an indie rock back, but their festival grew to encompass artists from all genres and all walks of life. General admission tickets go on sale Wednesday (December 5) here.