The Lollapalooza festival in Paris will return in 2022 after two successive cancellations (2020 and 2021) due to the health crisis.
For this fourth edition on July 16 and 17 at the Paris-Longchamp racecourse, the American traveling festival calls on a history of its French edition, the pop rock group Imagine Dragons (Saturday July 16, 2022), present in 2017 at the Paris premiere of the festival.
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Another headliner, the American rock group Pearl Jam (Sunday, July 17, 2022) was scheduled for 2020 when he had just released his new album
, then had been announced for 2021 before the health crisis brought the organizers successively cancel these two editions.
The meetings of July 16 and 17 are unique dates in France for the two American groups.
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Imported to France in 2017 by its American owner Live Nation, one of the biggest promoters of concerts internationally, Lollapalooza had gathered 110,000 people for its first edition, and another 95,000 for its third in 2019.
Created in 1991 by Perry Farrell, frontman of American alternative metal band Jane's Addiction, the festival has grown over two decades and a roller coaster ride into one of the most attractive traveling festivals in the world, with events in Chicago, Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo, Santiago, Berlin, Paris and Stockholm.