Karol G and Billie Eilish kick off first day of Lollapalooza in Chicago with a bang!


Lollapalooza, the biggest music festival in Chicago, has just announced the line-up for its event scheduled to be held from August 3-6, 2023, at Grant Park. The event will be headlined by Billie Eilish and Karol G on Thursday, followed by Kendrick Lamar and The 1975 on Friday night. On Saturday, Odesza and Tomorrow x Together are set to headline, while on Sunday, Lana Del Rey and the Red Hot Chili Peppers will take the stage. The website has tickets available for general admission at a starting price of $365 for one day, and two-day tickets available. Over 100 other celebrities, including Fred again…, Noah Kahan, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, JID, Maggie Rogers, Carly Rae Jepsen, Diplo, and Thirty Seconds to Mars, are also expected to perform at the festival.

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In exciting news, the organizers of Lollapalooza have signed a 10-year deal with Chicago, ensuring the event will stay in the Windy City for at least another decade. The contract also states that the festival’s maximum capacity cannot exceed 115,000 attendees at any time.

In other news, the Paws Chicago Animal Shelter is welcoming over 30 dogs from a shelter in Texas that was severely damaged due to a tornado. These dogs, who range from six weeks old to three years of age and suffer from various illnesses, will be examined by the staff and then sent to the Paws Adoption Center in Lincoln Park for further care. Spayed or neutered dogs that are healthy will be made available for adoption while the rest of the sheltered dogs will be provided with the necessary medical care before they are given a new home.

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PAWS Chicago keeps sheltering homeless cats and dogs while also helping other shelters across the country who have been affected by natural disasters. The organization also works hand in hand with several shelters in 13 different states with a high culling rate. People interested in providing a helping hand can donate, volunteer, foster pets and adopt them from Paws Chicago.


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