Lollapalooza Brasil is one of the biggest rock and pop music festivals in South America. Out of its roots in Chicago, the Brazilian edition has grown into a huge festival in its own right, with star-studded lineups the norm year after year.
Local and international audiences help bring São Paulo to its feet for two days of eclectic energy, taking the quality production that Lollapalooza is known for the world over, and adding in that distinctive Brazilian spirit and unique party atmosphere.
The venue of the Formula One Brazilian Grand Prix, the track formerly known as Interlagos was renamed after the Brazilian driver who did in a place crash in 1977. The Autódromo is in the south of the city.
São Paulo airport is in the north east of the city. The best way into the city centre is by line 258 bus, which takes about 51 minutes to arrive at the Bandeira bus station.