Lollapalooza 2006 | Day Two, Review, Photos

Crowd @ Bisco Disco Biscuits

Thievery Corp.

Manu Chao

I’ll be honest here…

Day Two of Lollapalooza didn’t really blow me away; instead, It was like a light breeze of the lake. Get it, because we’re right on Lake Michigan…

The crowd was a lot larger on Saturday than it was on Friday.

Hung out and listened to some Wolfmother and Gnarls Barkley.

Disco Biscuits played an okay set and drew a decent crowd — nothing too out of the ordinary for them. It was fun, though — that’s all that matters.

I enjoyed a cheeseburger after waiting in line for a while. Gnarls Barkley makes people hungry, I guess…

The Flaming Lips were predictable and fun all at the same time. The songs from At War With the Mystics were awesome.

Thievery Corp. turned up the volume and got everyone trip-hoppin’ their way around the Petrillo Band Shell.

Manu Chao got the crowd rockin’ and movin’ quickly — pick it up! pick it up! — and it was quite a set to leave the night on.

I’m sure Kanye had a larger crowd but I had no interest in checking him out. Screw Kanye; he doesn’t care about Lollapalooza…

Manu Chao