What a summer it’s been. We had the best weekend of the summer with FYF, we’ve had some of the best shows and album releases of the year, and with Lollapalooza, we had the perfect festival to kick off the end of the summer. I mean, if it was good enough for Malia Obama, it must have been a pretty good event, right?

Chance the Rapper by Greg Noire Lollapalooza 2017

Highlights like Chance the Rapper headlining his hometown of Chicago really made Lollapalooza. You could feel the energy and the communal joy that the rapper brought to the stage and the audience as they sang along to every lyrics and song in the artists catalogue.

Arcade Fire by Cambria Harkey Lollapalooza 2017

Arcade Fire, The Killers, and Blink 182 offered the perfect blend of nostalgia and contemporary hits as the headliners walked a fine line of guilty pleasures, bucketlist performances, and iconic sets.

The Killers by Cambria Harke Lollapalooza 2017

Couldn’t get a good view or a good listen of one of the many amazing sets from the weekend though? No problem, Red Bull TV had you covered with some of the best festival footage and live streaming in the world.

Aerial shot by Charles Reagan Hackleman Lollapalooza 2017

The sprawling grounds made for the perfect amount of space, even if certain performances were jam packed with fans. The best part of Lollapalooza is it feels like a top tier worldwide festival, which makes sense because it already is one of the best music fests in the world as it expands into other countries and markets.

Chow Town by Katrina Barber Lollapalooza 2017

Vendors and food booths were plentiful and offered a wide array of options for the most discerning palate. If one line was too full, there were so many choices for amazing eats that you could easily pop over to another booth and grab some of your favorite grub.

The Lemon Twigs by Sydney Gawlik Lollapalooza 2017

Up and coming bands were well slotted between established acts and huge headliners as some of the best trending indie bands shared the stages with some of the best names in pop, rock and rap.

Mac DeMarco by Cambria Harkey Lollapalooza 2017

The festival in general ran the gambit from almost every popular genre today and provided a great mix of local contemporaries, international legends, and up and coming greats.

Wiz Khalifa by Greg Noire Lollapalooza 2017

Lollapalooza really is the best way to end the summer as a world class and top tier music festival with great food, music for everyone, and offers the biggest and best way to celebrate with one of the greatest events of the year. We can’t wait for next year but looking back, it really was the culmination of a wonderful summer of music, events, performances and parties. What a way to close out the summer.