We're here to help you navigate the ever-growing crop of summer music festivals.
Dinosaur Jr. and Living Colour will join Perry Farrell and co. during a string of tour dates in July.
The 25th anniversary of the festival will also feature Jane's Addiction, Lana Del Rey, the 1975, M83, Grimes, Bloc Party and more.
Rumor has it Lana Del Rey and J. Cole will also headline the four-day event this July in Chicago's Grant Park.
For its second installment, Lollapalooza Berlin has brought aboard Radiohead, Kings of Leon, New Order, James Blake and more.
It's not for sure yet, but it definitely looks like Radiohead will be headlining at least three major North American festivals this summer.
"We’ve put together an entire additional day of music to celebrate our milestone year," Lollapalooza founder Perry Farrell said.
Nashville is a great city to be in if you're a musician, but what if you don't necessarily fit a particular scene?
The third day (Aug. 2) of Lollapalooza was most certainly ruled by women.
Smith paid tribute to Winehouse with a cover of "Tears Dry On Their Own," from her 2006 sophomore album 'Back to Black.'