Lollapalooza and the Merry Pranksters

As you all start to learn more about the lord bazel team, you’ll realize we’re big music fanatics. Summertime means a never-ending supply of festivals to attend and there’s a handful we can’t miss. One of them being Chicago’s Lollapalooza.

Created in 1991 as a sort of farewell to the band Jane’s Addiction, lead singer Perry Ferrel had a vision. That vision led to him and his co-founders growing one of the world’s largest Summer music festivals. If you’ve never been, we recommend you make the trek. The only time you want to find yourself in Chicago is during the Summer of course.

The team packed up our gold jewelry here in LA and we made our way to Chicago to meet with clients and enjoy some tunes. The lineup is always stacked and has a variety of genres to fill your ears with. For us, our focus was set on Lil Wayne, Tame Impala, Flume, Gunna, and a whole lot more (we’ll save you from the listicle).

If you’ve made it this far, congrats. We won’t bore you with basic festival recap or review. Instead, you’ll get a glimpse of what it was like through the 35mm film photos we took (so hipster of us right?).

Before we dive in, we have to give thanks to the team at C3 Presents for taking care of us.

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