Lollapalooza Day 2 | Crave’s Cure For Festival FOMO

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If you didn’t watch our live stream of Red Bull TV’s broadcast of Day One at Lollapalooza you missed a truly fire performance by hometown heroes Flosstradamus who brought out Chance the Rapper, Post Malone and newest Chicago Bull, Dwyane Wade. Feeling the FOMO yet? Well, the good news is that Day Two is going to bigger and better as there will be three channels live broadcasting today’s shows (see the schedule below) to go along with backstage interviews and behind the scenes coverage. Check below for a curated list of who not to miss today on each channel (in bold).

 Channel One

Foals (4pm): No matter how you feel about English indie rock, Foals are a band worth catching live at least for a few songs. They’ve won numerous Brit awards for Best Live Act by being one of those rare entities who sound better in concert than they do on Spotify. 

Future (7:25): No Future is not the guy behind “Panda.” Well, in a way he kind of is because Desiigner basically copped his digitally augmented baritone growl for his song of the year contender. Catch the real thing as the Hotlanta rapper rhymes about Sizzurp, strippers and whatever the fuck else is on his mind in a not-to-be-missed set. 

2:00pm – Live Show Begins

2:10pm – Saint Motel

3:05pm – Autolux

4:00pm – Foals

5:10pm – Frightened Rabbit

6:15pm – G-Eazy

7:25pm – Future

8:30pm – Major Lazer

Channel Two

Rufus du Sol (4:45 pm): Out of the all the great music coming up from down under, Rufus du Sol aka Rufus, may be the most fun and underrated. After a breakout performance at this year’s Coachella, the trio are poised to separate themselves from the dance-synth-rock pack with a real live show centered around singer Tyrone Lindqvist’s dreamy voice.

The Arcs (6:30 pm): Side projects get a bad name, but the Arcs are an anomaly thanks to Dan Auerbach’s vision. The guitarist and vocalist of the Black Keys stays in his roots rock lane with this American garage rock band that truly brings it live.

2:00pm – Live Show Begins

2:15pm – The Struts

3:00pm – Con Brio

3:45pm – TBA

4:45pm – Rüfüs du Sol

5:30pm – Cherub

6:30pm – The Arcs

7:30pm – Wolf Alice

8:15pm – A$AP Ferg

9:00pm – Miike Snow

Channel Three

GRiZ (7:45pm): The Michigan native will get a warm welcome from the local crowd as the Midwestern DJ/producer plays easy to please head-nodding music topped with impromptu saxophone solos. Oh, hell yeah.

Martin Garrix (8:45pm) Lollapalooza father Perry Farrell might not like EDM acts like Martin Garrix, but fans eat it up faster than a handful of pharmaceuticals, which is why the DJ wunderkind has closes out Day Two on the “Perry” stage nonetheless (oh, the irony).

Channel 3

2:00pm – Live Show Begins

2:10pm – Saba

2:50pm – Kilara

3:30pm – Audien

4:30pm – Race Banyon

5:00pm – Bro Safari

6:00pm – Duke Dumont

7:00pm – Day Wave

7:45pm – GRiZ

8:45pm – Martin Garrix