“He was a brave little bunny,” Marcus Mumford said of bandmate Ted Dwane. “He played to over 100,000 people that week with that thing in his head.”
Indeed, whether festival-goers are in the mood for cuisine hailing from the pizza parlors of downtown Chicago or the streets of Osaka, chances are that for the next few days it can all be found along Columbus Drive. Apparently, there is also some great music to be heard there as well.
And delivers a record-breaking crowd for any Lollapalooza show. The performance ended the festival on a high note.
The summer music festival season is in full swing, and this weekend Lollapalooza, the mother of all modern-day U.S. music fests, returns to Chicago’s Grant Park for three days, August 3-5.
Photos: XRT Free Sample With Lissie At Reggies Music Jointview gallery Rock Island’s own [lastfm]Lissie[/lastfm] was named Paste Magazine’s #1 Best New Solo Artist of 2010 and had her first LP, Catching a Tiger, receive critical […]