“The job we did to gather these artists for 2011 was remarkable,” says fest co-organizer Perry Farrell. “Imagine gathering 60 artists while the contract ink is still wet. We put it together at a record pace as we had four months. We did not want to come to Chile with a lineup that was anything other than world-class, and my partners Marc Geiger of WME and Charles Attal of C3 have been absolutely integral to Lollapalooza Chile launching in 2011. Our selections are very animated, with much diversity. There is Chilean talent in the mix. Now that the lineup is announced here, we are going back to Chile to work on the other aspects of the festival. Our ambition is to plant a very strong seed in Chile, one that will grow over the years, and provide Santiago with an event for the ages.”
Available now for the festival are general two-day passes for $110 presale, $136 then $152; Lolla Lounge two-day VIP passes for $320 presale then $380; And beginning February 11, general admission single day tickets for $72 presale then $84 and VIP passes for $240. All passes can be purchased here.
The complete line-up for LOLLAPALOOZA CHILE is:
30 SECONDS TO MARS
YEAH YEAH YEAHS
THE FLAMING LIPS
ARMIN VAN BUUREN
SUBLIME WITH ROME
EMPIRE OF THE SUN
COLD WAR KIDS
PERRYETTY VS CHRIS COX
EDWARD SHARPE & THE MAGNETIC ZEROS
TODOS TUS MUERTOS
FRACTAL + JOE VASCONCELLOS
COMO ASESINAR A FELIPES
NEW KIDS ON THE NOISE
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