The Red Hot Chili Peppers and the Black Keys are among the headliners listed for this summer's Lollapalooza festival in Chicago. The full of roster of confirmed bands was released this week.
The Peppers and Keys join an impressive line-up of groups that span both genres and generations, including some of the biggest names in rock, pop and dance.
Heavy metal legends Black Sabbath are slated to make their only North American appearance at Lolla this year, where they will join a lineup of diverse acts ranging from White Stripes and Raconteurs frontman Jack White to dubstep DJ Bassnectar.
"What you have is three to four generations - maybe five generations of people, counting Kidsapalooza - that are all going to a place in peace, to experience music and learn to like and understand and love each other," Lolla founder and Jane's Addiction singer Perry Farrell tells Rolling Stone. "And this is one place where I can say the generation gap doesn't exist."
The full line-up and ticket information is available at lollapalooza.com.
by RTT Staff Writer
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