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Lollapalooza 2018 Aftershows Are Next Level Ft. Blackbear, Illenium, What So Not & More

Lollapalooza 2018 Aftershows Are Next Level Ft. Blackbear, Illenium, What So Not & More
Jeaux Bay

It all starts tomorrow. We have been counting down the days on our calendar and I bet you have too. The lineup for the 4 day festival is diverse as you can ask for. I am loving how the aftershows turned out as well. Blackbear with GASHI on Thursday night at House Of Blues is going to be a must attend. Illenium with Medasin on Sunday at Concord Music Hall is another FOMO generator. A R I Z O N A with the ACES at Subterranean on Friday is the move for that night if you are looking for some live vibes. On Sunday, there is also a stellar lineup at The MID for What So Not, TroyBoi and UK rising talent, DNMO. There are so many shows that are top class. Check out the flyer below and follow the link to get your tickets to any of them. Have a great weekend!

Lollapalooza 2018 Official Aftershows | Tickets |

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