Sunday Preview – Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough

Another day, another extraordinary lineup at Lolla. This afternoon presents some fantastic choices for the throngs of modern musical connoisseurs down in Grant Park.  Car Stereo (Wars) will be mashing things up at Perry’s Stage at 1:30, so head on over ASAP.  It’s never too early to start dancing.  If you’re looking for some mellow Americana (made by Australian Austonians), The Greencards will be over on the BMI Stage.  British multi-instrumentalist Natasha Khan, better known as Bat For Lashes, is staking her claim in American soil at VitaminWater.  This is all to say, regardless of your tastes, you’ve no reason not to be rocking. A little later, we’ve got LA’s The Airborne Toxic Event sprawling out in the sun at 2:30, The Raveonettes hawking go go noise-pop at 3:30, and Canada’s most important export, alternative-country songstress Neko Case at 4:30 on the Budweiser stage.  There’s a killer schedule to be made here, but we know you’ve probably already got that covered. At this point in the afternoon, it’s time to tighten your shoelaces and start hopping lily pads to catch this incredible series: Vampire Weekend, Passion Pit, Cold War Kids, Deerhunter, and Band of Horses.  They’re playing in quick succession, so you’ll be getting some exercise.  If you’re indie-rocked out, you could always catch this one rapper.  We think his name is…um…Snoop Dogg?  Yeah, he’s out here at Lollapizzle. After you get sweaty with MSTRKRFT over at Perry’s Stage, it’s time to make your final choice of the fest.  As the sun sets, Las Vegas arena rockers The Killers will be setting up shop at the Chicago 2016 stage while Lollapalooza’s founding father Perry Farrell readies a reunited Jane’s Addiction over at Budweiser.  Whoever you decide to catch, you can’t go wrong.