Lollapalooza 2006 Early Tickets | I’m One of the Lucky Ones

Update: the lineup has been announced.

If you knew to read the press release in great detail, you knew that Lollapalooza 2006 was going to be offering deep-discount festival tickets to those that join their newsletter.

They just sent the email that said the first 3,000 lucky fans that get tickets for Lollapalooza 2006 right now will only pay $45. That’s right, three days, eight stages, 130 bands for $45.

OMG hurry. You’re probably already too late.

The official lineup for Lollapalooza 2006 will be announced March 16.


OFFICIAL LOLLAPALOOZA ANNOUNCEMENT

Loyal subscribers, get a 3-day pass to Lollapalooza for only 45 bucks. We mean it.

Do it now: Go to the link below to buy your tickets. There are only 3,000, and they will go faster than hand-sanitizer at the CDC Christmas party. To get this deal you’ll need luck, karma, and nerves of bratwurst. Good luck!

Be a doer! Buy now!

LINEUP
Lollapalooza sizzle is officially on March 16 when we release the super-colossal-outta-this-world-130-band-lineup. You won’t believe it, but it’s for true. The first official ticket release will be out as well for those who missed the almost-free $45 sale. It will still be an unbelievable value for three days of sound. Make sure and bookmark lollapalooza.com.

PERRY’S BLOG
Musical iconoclast, tastemaker, creative supernova, and Lollapalooza founder Perry Farrell will give you his perspective of life, music, picnic supplies, and just about everything else in the brand new Perry’s Portal area of lollapalooza.com. There, you’ll be treated to musings, podcasts, artist interviews, recipes, and more.

GET IN SHAPE
Grant Park, our gracious host in Chicago, will once again give us the beautiful green space to play in 2006. This year, we’ve expanded the grounds by 100% to fit eight stages inside. What does that mean? It means more bands, attractions, and spectacle for you. But make sure you have the physical conditioning to walk the park and not miss a thing. Start training now by bagging your own groceries, taking two stairs at a time, and doing butt clenches in your cubicle.

Start reading Perry’s blog once it starts publishing and start those butt clenches. Yehaw!

Update: He has started writing on it, but in the standard Corporate-y blog mistake, there is no RSS feed for the content. Boo.

24 COMMENTS

  1. Well, the did this last year before the lineup was announced and it was a good lineup. If you don’t like what you see sell the ticket..its not like you paid $200 for it.

  2. Well, the did this last year before the lineup was announced and it was a good lineup. If you don’t like what you see sell the ticket..its not like you paid $200 for it.

  3. zzyzx: It most certainly does. Wait until you see the real ticket price and we’ll see how lucky I am to get the tickets at $45.

    That’s like getting Bonnaroo tickets for $20.

    Or, like having Summer Camp festival pay you to show up.

  4. zzyzx: It most certainly does. Wait until you see the real ticket price and we’ll see how lucky I am to get the tickets at $45.

    That’s like getting Bonnaroo tickets for $20.

    Or, like having Summer Camp festival pay you to show up.

  5. I consider myself lucky too. Last year was a blast and I spent way more than $45. I discoveerd some new music as well as getting my beloved Pixies thrown in. I would do what you can for $45. If you don’t like it. Sell them. Smashing Pumpkins renunion will get you that and then some back.

  6. I consider myself lucky too. Last year was a blast and I spent way more than $45. I discoveerd some new music as well as getting my beloved Pixies thrown in. I would do what you can for $45. If you don’t like it. Sell them. Smashing Pumpkins renunion will get you that and then some back.

  7. At the very least, I have to consider this an investment for the blog. And, I’m not really worried about the lineup, especially when we’ve got some good acts already confirmed.

    Red Hot Chili Peppers
    Disco Biscuits
    Iron & Wine
    Thievery Corporation

    Worth the $45 already if you ask me…

  8. At the very least, I have to consider this an investment for the blog. And, I’m not really worried about the lineup, especially when we’ve got some good acts already confirmed.

    Red Hot Chili Peppers
    Disco Biscuits
    Iron & Wine
    Thievery Corporation

    Worth the $45 already if you ask me…

  9. Oh ok, if there are confirmed bands that you like, that’s different.

    BTW, I was kind of imprecise above. I would definitely go to Bonnaroo if the total price for me to go were $20. However, the travel expenses would easily add 3-400 on top of the ticket price.

  10. Oh ok, if there are confirmed bands that you like, that’s different.

    BTW, I was kind of imprecise above. I would definitely go to Bonnaroo if the total price for me to go were $20. However, the travel expenses would easily add 3-400 on top of the ticket price.

  11. Damn, wish I had read this and woken up a little earlier, I would have plunked down $45 this morning in a heartbeat. Looks like I’ll have to wait to even attempt to pay probably twice as much.

  12. Damn, wish I had read this and woken up a little earlier, I would have plunked down $45 this morning in a heartbeat. Looks like I’ll have to wait to even attempt to pay probably twice as much.

  13. I hadn’t even seen any of the confirmed acts, but gambled on it based on the strength of last years festival (which I paid $110 for, and still felt like it was a better deal than the $170 for Coachella, especially since it costs me $1.75 to get to Grant Park on the El). Also, a Capital Sports (producer) has a good track record with the Austin City Limits Fest, and Charles Attell is responsible for booking Coachella and the ACL, both of which usually have very high quality, diverse lineups. Really, I can personnally, absolutely, guarantee you that unless your musical tastes are EXTREMELY narrow or specialized, your going to see $45 worth of good stuff. Or, $63 with handling and shipping, as the case may be. Still Cheap.

  14. I hadn’t even seen any of the confirmed acts, but gambled on it based on the strength of last years festival (which I paid $110 for, and still felt like it was a better deal than the $170 for Coachella, especially since it costs me $1.75 to get to Grant Park on the El). Also, a Capital Sports (producer) has a good track record with the Austin City Limits Fest, and Charles Attell is responsible for booking Coachella and the ACL, both of which usually have very high quality, diverse lineups. Really, I can personnally, absolutely, guarantee you that unless your musical tastes are EXTREMELY narrow or specialized, your going to see $45 worth of good stuff. Or, $63 with handling and shipping, as the case may be. Still Cheap.

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