17 Jul 2021 - 18 Jul 2021
Lollapalooza Paris is a huge, two-day rock and pop music festival held in the French capital, forming part of the global festival brand.
As with all festivals under the Lollapalooza brand, the Parisian edition boasts a lineup of international superstars from across the genre spectrum, curating a lineup that’ll please all kind of music fan.
That means you’re just as likely to see modern rap icons as you are rock veterans topping the bill, with superstar DJs and pop favourites also spread across the weekend programme. Previous lineups have included Gorillaz, Depeche Mode, Travis Scott, Diplo, Kasabian and Twenty-One Pilots.
A relatively new Lollapalooza addition, 2021 will be Lollapalooza Paris’ fifth anniversary, with the Chicago original celebrating its 30th anniversary across the Atlantic.
Lollapalooza Paris 2020 was cancelled due the coronavirus outbreak. Purchased tickets remain valid for the 2021 edition. You can read the festival’s statement here
Lollapalooza Paris 2021 Lineup
The full 2021 lineup will be announced closer to the festival.
Lollapalooza Paris 2021 Tickets
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The city of Paris offers a wide range of accommodation options. Book your stay for Lollapalooza Paris using the map below or visit booking.com
From Paris Nord: Metro line 2 Station Porte Dauphine, a free shuttle will take you to the festival (about 20 min journey)
From Paris Center: Metro line 1 Station Porte Maillot, a free shuttle will take you to the festival (about 20 min journey)
From Paris Sud: Metro line 10 Station Boulogne Jean Jaurès (travel time to the festival: 20 min walk)
Line 244 stop Carrefour de Longchamp.
Line 241 runs directly to the Hippodrome de Longchamp from Port D’Auteuil metro stop, which is on metro line 10.
As the festival site is located close to the centre of Paris, taking a taxi to the festival is the quickest and easiest option, and it shouldn’t cost too much.