[Latest] The Lollapalooza India lineup has some outstanding names

 Since the festival’s entry into India was officially announced back in July, music buffs have been waiting for the Lollapalooza India lineup to be announced with bated breath. They needn’t wait any longer—we’ve officially got a first look at the artists set to take the stage on January 28 and 29th next year at the Mahalaxmi Race Course in Mumbai, and it looks quite promising. 

The Lollapalooza India lineup has some outstanding names

Headlining the festival are American pop rock band Imagine Dragons—who have absolute bangers to their name—and indie rock legends The Strokes—you can’t help but sing along to ‘The Adults are Talking’ and ‘Why are Sundays so Depressing’. Diplo is also set to mark his return to India with a major headline set.

Fans of Greta Van Fleet can expect a foot-stomping performance from the American rock band; AP Dhillon buffs can sing ‘Brown Munde’ to their heart’s content; EDM fiends can groove to the beats of grammy-nominated music producer Zhu; and there’s Cigarettes After Sex for those who want to lay down in the grass and wish upon the stars to the strains of soothing dream pop.

And that’s not all—the Lollapalooza India lineup also includes popular Indian artists like DivinePrateek Kuhad, Bloodywood and The Yellow Diary who are putting desi beats on the global map, alongside home-grown talent like Sandunes, Kavya, Kayan, Madboy/Mink, The F16s and aswekeepsearching, who will get a platform to take their music to a bigger audience. 

True melophiles will also have the opportunity to watch some of the freshest international artists like Japanese Breakfast, Alec Benjamin, Chelsea Cutler and Raveena in action.

The Lollapalooza India lineup

Phase-wise tickets for the festival will be available here starting November 3, 6 AM onwards. Featuring over 40 artists, four stages and over 20 hours of unforgettable live music, art and culture, Lollapalooza India is veritably the first large-scale music festival to take place in Mumbai after the lull of the pandemic, so tickets are naturally going to sell out fast. Our advice? Don’t be tardy. 

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