Day 2 of Lollapalooza 2023 got underway in Chicago much like it did on Thursday’s fest opener: under sunny skies and steamy weather, though a lake breeze could be felt now and again on Friday.
The lakeside festival will no doubt get one of the biggest crowds of the four-day event with headliners including Kendrick Lamar, The 1975, Knocked Loose, Thirty Seconds to Mars and Subtronics on tap for late in the evening.
Midday/early evening sets on the schedule included beabadoobee, Sabrina Carpenter, Declan McKenna, Sudan Archives, Band-Maid, Jesse Reyez, Hemlocke Springs and more.
And if you were unable to get tickets to the fest, you can check outmost the music via Hulu, which is streaming sets to all subscribers beginning at 1 p.m. CT each afternoon.
For our full coverage on all things Lolla, visit chicago.suntimes.com/lollapalooza.
Here’s a look at some of the sights at Day 2 of Lollapalooza 2023: