According to reports, those who have booked an appointment at the vaccination sites in Wilbur Wright College, Richard J. Daley College, Kennedy King College and Malcolm X College on June 26 will be given a one-day pass to the four-day festival. Each site will hold a one-day pass for different dates, with Wilbur Wright College offering tickets for July 29, Richard J. Daley College for July 30, Kennedy King College for July 31 and Malcolm X College for August 1. As the select sites will only administer the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, only citizens who are 18 years old and above will be allowed to book an appointment.
Those who have already been vaccinated will also be given passes to the festival, with a link to claim the tickets going live on June 27 via the Chicago Department of Public Health’s social media accounts and on its official website. The Lollapalooza passes will be given out on July 10 during a Protect Chicago Music Series concert at the House of Blues, and residents will be required to bring their vaccination cards as evidence of vaccination and a photo ID.
“Lollapalooza has called Chicago home for the past 16 years, and we truly love this vibrant city,” Charlie Walker of C3 Presents said in a statement. “We are pleased to partner with and support the City to encourage vaccinations.”
Elsewhere in music, Kendrick Lamar will performing a special career-spanning set at Day N Vegas 2021.