Kanye West, Jane's Addiction and the Killers will help Lollapalooza make its overseas debut this spring, as the U.S. festival heads to Chile on April 2 and 3. The full lineup for the festival, which will be held in O'Higgins Park in Santiago, was announced this morning (Jan. 28).
"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," says Lollapalooza founder and Jane's Addiction frontman Perry Farrell in a statement. The singer added that there is "Chilean talent in the mix" for the festival, and that he and his promotional partners will return to Chile "to work on the other aspects of the festival" now that the lineup has been announced. The event is being produced by C3 and Chile's Lotus Productions.
30 Seconds to Mars, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Deftones and the Flaming Lips are also listed in the rock-leaning lineup, while Farrell will perform with both Jane's Addiction and his electronic project PerryEtty. General two-day passes are now available for pre-sale at $110, while single day tickets will be made available on Feb. 11.
The first international edition of Lollapalooza arrives twenty years after the festival made its North American debut with Jane's Addiction and Nine Inch Nails in 1991. Lady Gaga, Green Day, Soundgarden and Arcade Fire were among the headliners of the U.S. edition of Lollapalooza in August 2010, which marked its sixth year as a stationary festival in Chicago's Grant Park.
Here is the complete lineup for Lollapalooza Chile:
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