Lollapalooza Argentina is one of three South American outposts of the iconic Lollapalooza festival series. The festival has made a name for itself combining top tier music with visual arts, fashion and food/drink in a massive outdoor setting.
Heading into its fifth edition, Lollapalooza Argentina has firmly established itself on the South American festival scene, annually offering an eclectic mix of some of the biggest names in music for half a million screaming fans.
Opened in 1935, the Hipódromo de San Isidro is one of the largest horse racing tracks in the Americas. It is located in the north of the Argentinian capital.
The main international airport in Buenos Aires is Ministro Pistarini International Airport (EZE). Upon arrival take the bus to Retiro (50 minutes). From here take the train to Acassuso (38 minutes), the venue is a 10 minute walk west from the train station.
Retiro bus station is accessible from most Argentinian cities but may require a transfer along the way. Upon arrival take the train to Acassuso (38 minutes), the venue is a 10 minute walk west from the train station.
No, this is an all ages festival. Children under 10 are allowed to attend for free, accompanied by an adult. The festival features children's programming called Kidzapalooza.