Lollapalooza is one of America's best loved festivals, and alongside iterations in Germany, Chile and Brazil, Argentina also gets a cut of the action when it travels to its shores.
Want to go to Lollapalooza but you don't live in the US? Live in the US and want to go to Lollapalooza but you're travelling around Argentina while it's on?
DON'T WORRY BECAUSE THERE'S A LOLLAPOALOOZA IN ARGENTINA.
It's like the one in the US, but in Argentina. Which basically means that it's massive and there's a giant mix of big-name acts and smaller, indier (is that a word? Who knows) acts, as well as all your usual food, fun and farting that comes with a normal festival.
Basically, go because it's going to be amazing.
THE EAGLE-EYED AMONGST YOU MAY HAVE NOTICED THAT WE COPIED AND PASTED THIS FROM THE LOLLAPALOOZA BRAZIL PAGE BUT DON'T WORRY YOUR PRETTY LITTLE HEADS ABOUT IT.
Get there early because queues for entry are LOOOONG...
How do I get there?
Car: Take the Pan American Highway to exit Avenida San Isidro Marquez. The drive time is about 15 minutes from Buenos Aires.
Another alternative is the picturesque Avenida del Libertador, reaching N.Alem Leandro Street. Then take the left and carry on until the Hippodrome de San Isidro.
The Avenida Cabildo-Maipú-Centenario is a very wide avenue that will lead directly to the Hippodrome, from Buenos Aires.
Train: Use the Ferrocarril Mitre, Tigre branch that starts from the Retiro station and heads into the San Isidro station.
Bus: There are several bus lines that can be taken from the capital to the Hippodrome, including the 60, Avda. Centenario, the 15 and 21 Pan American Highway.
2 Day Festival Pass: $99.00
When can I get them?
Tickets on sale now
Where can I get them?
Tickets are available via the website.