Congratulations to the Grand Prize winner, Veokami for Lollapalooza, was developed by serial entrepreneur Brett Welch, his cofounder Chris Hartley and teammate Matt Reed. Their App helps you relive your favorite Lolla shows by collecting and chronologically organizing fan-sourced YouTube videos. The App offers fans more than one perspective through multiple camera angles and the ability to tag friends and comment on specific “moments” during video clips. Veokami for Lollapalooza is still in testing and it will be launching in time for use at the 20th Anniversary this year in August. Check out how it works: The 2011 Official Lollapalooza iPhone and Android Apps are in their final stages of development as we speak, and will be rolled out in a matter of days (it has some pretty sweet features itself). Make sure your following us on Twitter and liking us on Facebook to get the news first. Check out the runners-up and the rest of the HackLolla entries here. For the first time, we are opened up our festival data for anyone to use. We’ve seen a number of fans make some truly cool web and mobile apps related to Lollapalooza in the past year, and we want to help facilitate and encourage that type of passion and creativity. In fact, we offered a VIP Flyaway trip to Lolla for the developer who comes up with the best implemented, most creative, and most impactful App related to Lollapalooza. And we’ll also promote the App to our fans, to help enhance everyone’s festival experience. The contest is now closed. For details about the Lolla API and the contest, skip on over to HackLolla.com.