Perry Farrell, the frontman of Jane’s Addiction and the founder of Lollapalooza, has announced that the after-party show from the festival’s 2021 edition will be live streamed. The stream will be available via Veeps July 22 at 6 p.m. PT.
Farrell and his Kind Heaven Orchestra project performed a rooftop concert at the Pendry Chicago hotel to celebrate the return of Lollapalooza last year.
A press release describes the concert as an “audio sensory journey of artistic fusion set against the glistening skylines of Chicago.” The show features performances of songs from Farrell’s bands Jane’s Addiction and Porno for Pyros, as well as original Kind Heaven Orchestra material.
“At that point there were no festivals happening; for almost 2 years,” Farrell recalls. “We needed to come back. Lolla went for it. Listened to the science, worked with the doctors and the mayor. Suddenly there we were, the Kind Heaven Orchestra set on high, surrounded by Chicago skyscrapers. Our hearts were released.”
Tickets to watch the stream are on sale now via PerryFarrell.Veeps.com.
This year’s Lollapalooza is set to take place from July 28-31 in Chicago’s Grant Park. The four-day event will feature Metallica, 100 gecs, WILLOW, Turnstile, Dominic Fike, Green Day, Jane’s Addiction, Denzel Curry and many others.
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