Name: Lollapalooza Berlin
Where: Berlin, Germany
When: 8 – 9 September
Taking place in Berlin’s Olympiastadion and Olympiapark Lollapalooza Berlin is once again set to descend on the German capital this summer as it celebrates its fourth year.
If you thought Lolla Berlin couldn’t muster a bigger lineup than it has in the last three years, well quite simply you were wrong. Topping the bill this year are The Weeknd and legendary Germans Kraftwerk 3D who are set to bring two incredible headline sets to the festival. They’re accompanied by a huge supporting lineup which features: Dua Lipa, The National, David Guetta, Casper, Imagine Dragons, Liam Gallagher, Years & Years, Wolf Alice, The Wombats and many more.
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In its short four years, Lollapalooza Berlin has played host to some of the biggest names in music. Kicking off its first year with none other than Muse, Macklemore and Rhyan Lewis, and The Libertines the German festival has also seen the lines of Radiohead, Kings Of Leon, The 1975, Foo Fighters, The xx and many more play.
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If the incredible lineup wasn’t enough to entice you, then Lolla Berlin also offers a diverse selection of activities. From it’s Der Grüne Kiez (The Green Neighbourhood) to Kisapalooza, The Lolla Funfair and Fashion Palooza the Lolla festival site is full of things to explore while you wait for your favourite act to take the stage.
Taking place over two days in September Lollapalooza Berlin is the perfect way to finish off the festival season. This year’s edition sees the festival move to western Berlin’s Olympiapark, roughly 30 minutes away from Alexanderplatz. Tickets for this year’s festival are available now starting at €139 for weekend tickets. For more info, tickets and everything else visit the Lolla Berlin website.