Catch All the Action at Lollapalooza 2022 on Hulu

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Hulu is hosting the Lollapalooza live stream this year from July 28-31, so we’ve compiled all the essential information on how to watch.

Lollapalooza is one of the biggest festivals on the planet and hosts an impressive lineup year after year. Luckily for music lovers who aren’t able to make their way to Chicago’s Grant Park for the weekend of fun in the sun, the festival has provided an opportunity to get a taste of the happenings with their annual live stream. Past editions have been hosted on platforms like YouTube, but this year sees Hulu step up to the plate to deliver the official online experience.

From July 28-31, Hulu is set to broadcast select performances from Lollapalooza that include headliners such as Metallica, Lil Baby, Machine Gun Kelly, Don Toliver, Kaskade, Kygo, Green Day, and more. Artists in the dance music realm who will be streamed in all their glory include John Summit, Hannah Wants, Habstrakt, James Hype, LP Giobbi, CloZee, ATLiens, EVAN GIIA, Surf Mesa, SIDEPIECE, Bob Moses, REZZ, and Duke Dumont, among others.

Related: Looking for the Lollapalooza set times, festival map, or other information? Head over to our post with all of the essentials!

The party starts on Thursday with a broadcast of Sampa The Great’s set on Channel 1 at 2pm CT (12pm PT), with the following days kicking off at 1pm CT (11am PT). Friday, Saturday, and Sunday will also see the launch of a second channel on Hulu, so you can check out even more sets from Lollapalooza this year!

Catch all the live streamed performances from Lollapalooza 2022 by heading over to Hulu. If you’re not already a subscriber, have no fear! You can sign up for a free trial that will grant you access to the live stream and more.

Lollapalooza 2022 – Live Stream Schedule:

Thursday, July 28
Friday, July 29
Saturday, July 30
Sunday, July 31

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