Lollapalooza Chile 2017

Chile's biggest rock and pop music festival

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The Basics

1-2 April 2017
Santiago, Chile

Lollapalooza Chile is a multi-genre music festival taking place in the country's capital city Santiago.

A satellite of the US giant, the Chilean edition was the first to be held outside North America back in 2011. Six years on, the festival has gone from strength to strength.

Global stars of rock, pop, electronic and hip-hop feature alongside a healthy contingent of Chilean artists, and the festival has served as an important platform for Chilean music, with several acts going on to play the original festival in the USA.


  • Saturday
  • Metallica
  • The xx
  • The Chainsmokers
  • Rancid
  • The 1975
  • G-Eazy
  • Tove Lo
  • Cage The Elephant
  • Marshmello
  • Glass Animals
  • Tchami
  • Don Diablo
  • Lucybell
  • Bomba Estéreo
  • Weichafe
  • Silversun Pickups
  • La Pozze Latina
  • ALOK
  • DJ Who
  • Villa Cariño
  • (Me llamo) Sebastián
  • López
  • Newen Afrobeat
  • Rootz Hifi & M8cky Banton
  • Prehistöricos
  • Crisálida
  • Román & Castro
  • Dr. Vena
  • Paz Court
  • 8Monkys
  • Rey Puesto
  • Kidzapalooza
  • The Helmets
  • Sophi Lira
  • dEtUCunaaTuTumba
  • Sunday
  • The Strokes
  • The Weeknd
  • Flume
  • Martin Garrix
  • Duran Duran
  • Two Door Cinema Club
  • Melanie Martinez
  • Nervo
  • Oliver Heldens
  • Catfish and the Bottlemen
  • Vance Joy
  • Jimmy Eat World
  • Tegan and Sara
  • Álex Anwandter
  • Griz
  • Gondwana
  • Borgore
  • We Are The Grand
  • Zaturno feat. MC Piri
  • Mad Professor
  • Liricistas
  • Rootz Hifi & M8cky Banton
  • Mariel Mariel
  • Temple Agents
  • Chicago Toys
  • Boraj
  • Enrique Icka
  • Tus Amigos Nuevos
  • Vives Y Forero
  • Rod Valdés
  • Amahiro
  • Kidzapalooza
  • Mazapán y Nerven & Zellen
  • El Barco Volador
  • Piececitos en Concierto

The Venue

Lollapalooza Chile 2017

Parque O'Higgins

Located in the centre of the capital city, Parque O'Higgins is Chile's second largest public park and includes in its grounds a 16,000 capacity arena, an amusement park, an olympic swimming pool and a host of shops, craft stalls and museums.

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