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Lollapalooza 2018 - Sunday

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Aug 5, 2018 – All Day

331 E. Randolph St.
Chicago, IL 60601 Map

  • Lollapalooza
  • Portugal. The Man
  • Sabrina Claudio
  • Lil Uzi Vert
  • Playboi Carti
  • Kali Uchis
  • What So Not
  • Cigarettes After Sex
  • ODESZA
  • Manchester Orchestra
  • Anderson East
  • The Coronas
  • Jack White
  • Excision
  • Gucci Mane
  • Lykke Li
  • Bazzi
  • The Vaccines
  • Chris Lake
  • Chromeo
  • Troyboi
  • Frenship
  • The Regrettes
  • Mikky Ekko

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Lollapalooza: Lollapalooza is an American music festival featuring alternative rock, hip hop, and punk rock bands, dance and comedy performances, and craft booths. It has also provided a platform for non-profit and political groups. Lollapalooza has featured a diverse range of bands and has helped expose and popularize alternative groups such as Nine Inch Nails, The Smashing Pumpkins, and Hole.

Conceived and created in 1991 by Jane's Addiction singer Perry Farrell as a farewell tour for his band, Lollapalooza ran annually until 1997, and was revived in 2003. From its inception through 1997, and its revival in 2003, the festival toured North America. In 2004, the festival organizers decided to expand the dates to two days per city, however poor ticket sales forced the 2004 tour to be cancelled. In 2005, Farrell and the William Morris Agency partnered up with Austin, Texas-based company Capital Sports Entertainment and retooled it into its current format as a weekend destination festival in Grant Park, Chicago, Illinois.

2012 LINEUP:

Red Hot Chili Peppers • The Black Keys Black Sabbath • Jack White Florence + The Machine • At The Drive-In Bassnectar • Avicii • The Shins • Justice Passion Pit • Kaskade • The Weeknd • Sigur Ros Bloc Party • Calvin Harris • Miike Snow • The Afghan Whigs • M83 Franz Ferdinand • Frank Ocean • NERO • J. Cole • Childish Gambino Delta Spirit • Santigold • Metric • Zeds Dead • The Temper Trap • Wale Big Gigantic • Die Antwoord • Dawes • B.o.B • tUnE-yArDs • Skream & Benga The Head & The Heart • The Big Pink • Twin Shadow • The Tallest Man on Earth Toro Y Moi • FUN. • Little Dragon • Dr. Dog • Of Monsters And Men Gary Clark Jr. • Alabama Shakes • The Gaslight Anthem • SBTRKT Amadou & Mariam • Porter Robinson • The Walkmen • Tame Impala • Doctor P Band of Skulls • JJ Grey & Mofro • Madeon • Neon Indian • Zedd Dum Dum Girls • Paper Diamond • Washed Out • Aloe Blacc Trampled By Turtles • Bear in Heaven • Blind Pilot • Chairlift The Black Angels • Yellow Ostrich • GIVERS • Polica • Bombay Bicycle Club Sharon Van Etten • White Rabbits • Doomtree Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs • Macklemore & Ryan Lewis The Devil Makes Three • Oberhofer • Star Slinger • The War on Drugs Michael Kiwanuka • O Rappa • Bowerbirds • Orchard Lounge • Mona The Growlers • Hey Rosetta! • JEFF the Brotherhood • Anamanaguchi First Aid Kit • Wax • FIDLAR • JC Brooks & The Uptown Sound • Milo Greene Los Jaivas • Kopecky Family Band • The Jezabels • Nadastrom • LP • DJ Nihal Yuna • The White Panda • Walk Off The Earth • Animal Kingdom • Dev • SALVA The Sheepdogs • Outasight • The Dunwells • DJ Mel • Empires • Kevin Devine Dry the River • Helena • Haley Reinhart • Imaginary Cities • Overdoz Ambassadors • DJ Zebo • thenewno2 • Moon Taxi • Chancellor Warhol Laura Warshauer • Red Oblivion • Kid Color • Point To Infinity • Dan Zanes The Verve Pipe • Quinn Sullivan • Purple Apple • Laura Doherty Andrew Christopoulos • School of Rock • Harrison Ivaz • Q Brothers Peter DiStefano & Tor • John Yost • Happiness Club

Portugal. The Man: Portugal. The Man has successfully brought back psychedelic rock to mainstream music, both through acclaimed festival tour dates and on albums like their latest major label debut, In the Mountain, In the Cloud. Portugal. The Man is also becoming well known for their diligent touring and recording schedule, having released 12 albums and EPs in the past six years. The band is also going on months worth of domestic and international tour dates in 2011, to the delight of fans who have come to expect this level of attention from these rising talents.

Portugal. The Man began as a side project for lead singer and guitarist John Gourley. The band began receiving widespread recognition after the release of their second album, Church Mouth, which afforded Portugal. The Man with their first headlining tour dates in the US and Europe. It was all down hill from there, as their next four albums would experience great reviews and a positive response from audiences. 2009's The Satanic Satanist received particular attention, as it was their first album to include pre-production and was praised for its sound.

Portugal. The Man's freshly released In the Mountain, In the Cloud marks the band's major label debut. Those critics that have heard the album in advance have already given it great reviews, and the fan hype has built to a fever pitch. Portugal. The Man has already been performing months worth of tour dates in 2011, and will continue to do so for months after the album's release. While there are too many concerts to name, the band will be traveling around the world, performing solo shows and at festivals until they end their 2011 tour dates on December 4.

ODESZA: ODESZA is an American electronic music duo from Seattle consisting of Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight. The group was formed in 2012 shortly before Mills and Knight graduated from Western Washington University. Their debut album, "Summer's Gone", was released in 2012 to much acclaim in the underground electronic music community. Following "Summer's Gone", ODESZA released their first EP in 2013 entitled, "My Friends Never Die".

Manchester Orchestra: Many people might be surprised to find that Manchester Orchestra is actually from the suburbs of Atlanta, although the alt-indie band shares a similar musical style to English bands from Manchester, including The Smiths and Joy Division. Manchester Orchestra's tour dates and albums have become hugely popular with fans and newcomers, especially in 2011. Audiences are often surprised to find that such somber, beautiful music can be played with such enthusiasm on concert dates, adding to their live appeal. The anticipation of Manchester Orchestra's newest album, Simple Math, has been growing, especially due to the release date being pushed back to May 10. To further the excitement of the album's release, Manchester Orchestra is embarking on a number of co-headlining tour dates in 2011with Cage the Elephant.

Manchester Orchestra started as a solo project by lead singer Andy Hull in 2004. Hull gathered some friends together to form a band and they soon released their first album, Nobody Sings Anymore, later in 2004. However, due to a swift change in the band's musical style Manchester Orchestra never released the album. Some of the album's tracks were released on the band's first EP, You Brainstorm, I Brainstorm, but Brilliance Needs a Good Editor, that was released in 2005. Manchester Orchestra followed up the EP with their "debut" album, I'm Like a Virgin Losing a Child, in 2007, which gained the attention of Canvasback Records.

Their second full-length album, Mean Everything to Nothing, was the first Manchester Orchestra album to place in the charts. The album was a huge success both commercially and critically, receiving primarily favorable reviews. The popularity of the album saw its tracks played on a number of television shows, and the band itself performed concert dates on late night talk shows.

In early 2010, Manchester Orchestra released a split EP with New York indie performer Kevin Devine. The collaboration did so well, that Devine and Manchester Orchestra decided to record a full-length, self-titled album together under the name Bad Books, which was released in late 2010. The release was followed by a number of tour dates in which both Devine and Manchester Orchestra performed on stage. Less positive news came just before the split's release in 2010, when drummer Jeremiah Edmond left to focus on his role at the band's record label; he was replaced by drummer Tim Very.

After two years without a follow-up to their hit album, Mean Everything to Nothing, Manchester Orchestra finally has a new album out, titled Simple Math. The band's newest release is a concept album with the theme relating to Hull's own personal, professional, and existential problems that he's experienced since the band's last album. In honor of the album, Manchester Orchestra has scheduled a number of 2011 concert dates with co-headliners Cage the Elephant. Manchester Orchestra will kick off the 2011 tour dates on April 29 in Memphis, Tennessee. The tour dates will -- for lack of a better term -- circle the rim of the United States, including a concert date in Toronto, Canada, on May 16. Tour dates in 2011 will conclude in Denver, Colorado on June 12; with presage tickets running out, fans should look for ticket information on Eventful soon.

The Coronas: ..

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.. The Coronas are releasing 'Won't Leave You Alone' on 29th October, 2010. Thanks to all of those who assisted in making the video and the director Simon Eustace. .. ..Don't Forget to Request The Coronas 'Won't Leave You Alone'.. .. Today FM - 083 4 100 102 .. 2FM - 51552.. FM104 - 53104.. 98FM - 53981.. Spin 1038 - 085 711 1038 .. Phantom - 51052.. Spin South West - 085 7102 103.. Red FM - 083 3173336.. iRadio102-104 - 085 1021045..You will, of course, know The Coronas by this stage. Meteor Music Award nominees, significant Irish participants of Oxegen, the band behind the smart 2007 debut album, Heroes Or Ghosts – The Coronas have slowly but surely been embraced by their ever growing contingent of fans as one of the best Irish bands to have emerged in the past five years. Success by virtual word of mouth? Without so much as a planning meeting? It's enough to make a Marketing Manager resign...

"We just went with the flow," relates Danny O'Reilly (vocals/guitar). "We never sat down and discussed what type of music we were going to make, and I think that's stood to us. Some bands do that, and talk about image, clothes, hair, and to this day we still don't do that. We just worked with the songs we had, and let it happen." "What we would discuss and agree on," comments Dave McPhillips (lead guitar), "would be songs that might gradually be left off the set list."..

According to Dave, the band's overall sense of ambition is wrapped up in a subdued collective confidence, rather than "any game plan of reaching a certain goal by a certain time, and being disappointed if we don't achieve it."..

It also helped the band, remarks Danny, that they never grabbed any significant critical acclaim or hype. "There's a sense in some bands that they think they're better than they are, when really you're only as good as your last gig. We found that getting responses from gigs was much more encouraging in a productive way, as opposed to reading a brilliant review about the band. We're quite a humble group, anyway, and we've always had an underlying belief in ourselves. I mean, at this point we're confident enough that we can win over people who have never been to a Coronas gig before."..

The Coronas have been around in some shape or form for over five years. Danny met up with Graham Knox (bass) and Conor Egan (drums) while at school and college, and a short time later hooked up with Dave during a working holiday in Vancouver. Come the start of 2007, a flurry of Irish chart activity commenced with their debut single, 'Decision Time', reaching the Top 10. This success was enhanced with three further hit singles ('Grace, Don't Wait', 'Heroes Or Ghosts', 'San Diego Song'), all of which preceded their debut album, 'Heroes Or Ghosts', which subsequently spent over a year in the Irish charts...

Time moves on, though, and the band – following a licensing deal in Japan with JVC – have trumped 'Heroes Or Ghosts' with their new album, 'Tony Was An Ex-Con'. The debut album still resides in the heart of The Coronas, however, as it positioned them at a particular place and time. "We were proud of it at the time of release and we still are," confirms Danny. "We were, I suppose, naïve at the time, but I wouldn't necessarily call 'Heroes Or Ghosts' a naïve record. Joe Chester, the producer of it, really got the best out of us. We were winging it, big time, of course, but we knew we had to have an album because the records sell the gigs and vice versa. We also knew we weren't going to make the perfect record…"..

Whether the new album is perfect is open to debate – one thing The Coronas won't do unnecessarily is to make big or superficial claims about it. All they can do is trust in their intuitive pop/rock instincts, release a few singles, play a rake of shows, light the fuse and stand back, and see what the reaction will be. Recorded in Cornwall's renowned Sawmills Studios (and overseen by Razorlight/Muse/Supergrass/Oasis producer John Cornfield), Dave reckons the main difference between the new and the old album is that the band were far more cool, calm and collected second time around. Less nerves, more cohesion, less mess, more structure...

"It was great to have the opportunity of trying out new songs," offers Danny, "and because of the gap between the first and the second album – the guts of two years - we had lots of time."..

Both Danny and Dave agree that 'Tony Was An Ex-Con' – which features more trademark smart rock/pop than you can shake a stick at – quietly boasts a more collaborative feel. The Coronas even more of a band than they used to be? You'd better believe it. But there's more to come..

"We're happy enough at the stage we are in Ireland," says Dave, "but we believe we have a sound that can actually travel. We're not a minimalist techno band, what we do is not for a niche audience, and between the two albums we have a consistency that will make an impact."..

"If you improve, then things will happen," states Danny, clearly in Field of Dreams mode, "and if we keep getting better then good things are bound to take place. We're the biggest critics of ourselves, yet we feel the new album is ten times the record 'Heroes Or Ghosts' was. We are quietly confident that things will happen for us overseas. We have ambition to play to as many people as we can and, who knows, take over the world."..

'Tony Was An Ex-Con' is released September 25th through 3u Records.

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Jack White: An American musician, singer, songwriter, record producer, multi-instrumentalist and occasional actor. He was best known as the guitarist, pianist and lead vocalist of The White Stripes until they split in February 2011, as well as a member of The Raconteurs and The Dead Weather.

He is ranked #70 on Rolling Stone's list of "The 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time". White's popular and critical success with The White Stripes enabled him to collaborate as a solo artist with other renowned musicians, such as Beck, The Rolling Stones, Jeff Beck, Alicia Keys, Bob Dylan, Electric Six, Insane Clown Posse, and Loretta Lynn, whose 2004 album Van Lear Rose he produced and performed on. In 2006, White became a founding member of the rock band The Raconteurs. In 2009, he became a founding member and drummer of his third commercially successful group, The Dead Weather. He was awarded the title of "Nashville Music City Ambassador" by the Nashville mayor Karl Dean in 2011. White is set to release his debut solo album Blunderbuss on April 24, 2012.

White formed The White Stripes in 1997, along with Meg White, The band began its career as part of the Michigan garage rock underground music scene, playing with local bands such as Bantam Rooster, The Dirtbombs, The Paybacks, Rocket 455, and The Henchmen, among others. In 1998, The White Stripes were signed to Italy Records, a small and independent Detroit-based garage punk label, by Dave Buick. The band released its self-titled debut album in 1999, and a year later the album was followed up by the cult classic De Stijl. The album eventually peaked at #38 in Billboard Magazine's Independent Albums when the band had established their popularity. While performing and in music videos, Jack and Meg are very recognisable visually, as they dress only in red, white, and black.

In 2001 the band released White Blood Cells. The album's stripped-down garage rock sound drew critical acclaim in the UK and soon afterward in the US, making The White Stripes one of the more acclaimed bands of 2002. The album was followed up in 2003 by the commercially and critically successful Elephant. Allmusic wrote that the album "sounds even more pissed-off, paranoid and stunning than its predecessor ... darker and more difficult than White Blood Cells. " The album's first single,"Seven Nation Army," was the band's most successful.

The band's fifth album, Get Behind Me Satan, was recorded in White's own home and marked a change in the band's musical direction, with piano-driven melodies and experimentation with marimba and a more rhythm-based guitar playing by White. The band's sixth album Icky Thump, released in 2007, entered the UK Albums Chart at number one and debuted at number two on the Billboard 200. The album's sound also included more punk, garage and blues influences than its predecessor. In late 2007, the band announced the cancellation of 18 tour dates due to Meg White's acute anxiety problems.

White had revealed plans to release a seventh, as of yet untitled album in the summer of 2009. However, this has yet to happen. The band also made their first live appearance since Meg's anxiety problems in September 2007 on the final episode of Late Night with Conan O'Brien on February 20, 2009.

A documentary, The White Stripes: Under Great White Northern Lights, about the band's 2007 tour, in which they played a gig in every Canadian province and territory, appeared in the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival.

In July 2007, The White Stripes made history by playing the shortest concert ever only playing one note, in St John's, Newfoundland. They played a full show later that night at the Mile One Centre in downtown St. John's.

On February 2, 2011, it was reported on the main page of whitestripes.com that the duo has decided to part ways. White stated that it was not due to health issues or artistic differences but there were a "myriad of reasons."

White formed The Raconteurs in 2005 along with Brendan Benson, Jack Lawrence and Patrick Keeler. The origin of the band was the song 'Steady, As She Goes' which White wrote along with Benson. This inspired them to create a full band with the addition of Lawrence and Keeler. The band came together in Detroit during 2005 and, for the remainder of the year, recorded when time allowed. The band's debut album Broken Boy Soldiers was recorded at Benson's home in Detroit. The band set out on tour to support the album, including eight dates as the opening act for Bob Dylan. The group's second album, Consolers of the Lonely, and its first single, "Salute Your Solution", simultaneously in 2008. The album received a Grammy nomination.

In early 2009, Jack White formed a new group called The Dead Weather with The Kills frontwoman Alison Mosshart. White takes drum and vocal duties, while The Raconteurs bassist Jack Lawrence and Queens of the Stone Age keyboardist and guitarist Dean Fertita round the four piece out.

The group debuted a handful of new tracks on March 11, 2009 in Nashville from their debut album Horehound, which came out July 13, 2009 in Europe and July 14, 2009 in North America, on White's Third Man Records label.

On October 16, 2009, Mosshart confirmed that the second album was "halfway done." The first single "Die By The Drop" was released on March 30, 2010. The new album, Sea of Cowards was released on May 7 in Ireland, then on May 11, 2010, in the U.S. and May 10 in the United Kingdom, and again, on White's Third Man Records.

It was rumored that in 2003 White collaborated on Electric Six's song "Danger! High Voltage." Both he and the Electric Six denied this, and the vocal work was credited officially to John S O'Leary. However, a recent radio interview with Tim Shaw on Kerrang! 105.2 in the UK had Electric Six lead singer Dick Valentine talking openly about White singing on this song as well as speculating on the amount of money he was paid ($60,000). Also, a Q magazine article stated that Jack White did in fact work with Electric Six on the song "Gay Bar."

In 2008, White collaborated with Alicia Keys on the song "Another Way to Die," the theme song for the James Bond film Quantum of Solace.

He performed five songs for the Cold Mountain soundtrack; "Sittin' On Top Of The World," "Wayfaring Stranger," "Never Far Away," "Christmas Time Soon Will Be Over" and "Great High Mountain."

In 2009, Jack White was featured in It Might Get Loud, a film in which he, Jimmy Page, and The Edge come together to discuss the electric guitar and each artist's different playing methods. White's first solo single, "Fly Farm Blues," was written and recorded in 10 minutes during the filming of the movie, in August 2009. The single went on sale as a 7-inch vinyl record from Third Man Records and as a digital single available through iTunes on August 11.

In November 2010, producer Danger Mouse announced that White has been recruited for his collaboration with Daniele Luppi entitled Rome along with Norah Jones. White provided vocals to three songs on the album: "The Rose with the Broken Neck," "Two Against One" and "The World."

The song "You Know That I Know," finished and performed by White, was featured on "The Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams," released on October 4th 2011.

On January 30, 2012 White released the single "Love Interruption". This is the first single from his first solo album, Blunderbuss, that is to be released on April 24, 2012. On March 3, 2012, he appeared on Saturday Night Live as the musical guest, with Lindsay Lohan hosting.

He'll be playing selected dates in the summer, with festivals such as Radio 1's Hackney Weekend, Sasquatch! Music Festival, Fuji Rock Festival in Japan and one of the biggest festivals in the world, Rock Werchter in Belgium.

Gucci Mane: Southern rapper and collabo king, Gucci Mane, was known mostly for his street albums and his big-name collaborations before he hit it big as a solo star in 2007. The hip-hop heavyweight recently released his third album in 2010 and will be on the road throughout 2011 to promote the disc. Gucci Mane tour dates are scheduled at club venues throughout the nation this 2011. Don't miss a date on the Gucci Mane tour schedule; Use Eventful as your source for Gucci Mane concerts and performances.

Born in Birmingham, he was transplanted to Atlanta and was heavily influenced by the burgeoning southern rap scene of Georgia. He began rapping by 14-years old and released his street album debut, La Flare, in 2001. Only 1000 copies of the disc were made and Gucci Mane performed at local clubs and venues to promote the effort. It took the young MC a few years to hone his skills, but he managed to release his Tommy Boy debut, Trap House, in 2005. The album was a surprise hit for an independent release. It managed to chart at #10 on the Billboard Rap charts and the album featured the hit single "Icy" with Young Jeezy. Another street album, Hard to Kill, fared even better on the charts reaching #6 in 2006.

By 2007, Gucci Mane was ready to release his major label debut, Back to the Trap House. But it wasn't until 2009, that he scored his first #1 Rap album, The State vs. Radric Davis. The album featured the hit single "Spotlight", which featured Usher, and "Wasted" featuring Plies. The album was well-received and earned Gucci Mane the #6 spot on MTV's annual "Hottest MC in the Game" list in 2009. Gucci Mane tour dates and concert performances were scheduled periodically throughout the nation to promote the disc and capitalize on his rising cache. Gucci Mane also founded his own record label, 1017 Brick Squad Records, in 2009 and picked up rising MC, Waka Flocka Flame, the following year. He released his latest album, The Appeal: Georgia's Most Wanted, in 2010. The album featured the hit single "Gucci Time", and debuted at #4 on the Billboard 200, becoming his highest charting mainstream album to-date.

Gucci Mane scheduled the unofficially titled The Appeal Tour to promote the disc. The whirlwind concert tour has Gucci Mane traversing the country playing intimate venues to his loyal fans. In addition to his studio albums, he continues to release street albums; his most recent, The Return of Mr. Zone 6, recently hit #2 on the Billboard Rap charts in March, 2011. The prolific rapper continues to write rhymes and produce hits for his upcoming album to culminate the trilogy. The upcoming album, The State vs. Radric Davis: The Verdict, is due out once Gucci Mane wraps up his summer tour. The prolific rapper will be out on the road for selected dates throughout 2011. Don't miss a tour date on the Gucci Mane concert schedule; Use Eventful as your source for Gucci Mane tour dates and concert performance updates.

Lykke Li: With only two albums under her belt, Swedish pop songstress Lykke Li has already amassed a huge following and established herself as one of Europe's top touring acts. The Lykke Li 2011 concert schedule includes tour dates across North America and Europe, as well as stops at some of the year's biggest festivals.

Born in rural Ystad, Sweden to a photographer mother and musician father; Lykke Li was destined to become an artist herself. Her eccentric family constantly moved giving young Lykke Li the opportunity to live in Portugal, Morocco, Nepal and India. After a brief move to Brooklyn, the aspiring alt-pop singer moved back to Sweden to record her debut album, "Youth Novels." It featured production from Bjorn Yttling, of Peter Bjorn and John fame, and was released in October, 2008. The album immediately received critical acclaim both in Sweden and internationally. Spin Magazine rated the album #36 on their list of The Best Albums of 2008 and she earned five nominations at the 2009 Swedish Grammis Awards. Lykke Li concert dates were booked at the 2009 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival as well as the 2009 Lollapalooza Music Festival, where she garnered stateside attention.

Lykke Li's infectious electro-pop singles also attracted the attention of Hollywood. her single, "I'm Good, I'm Gone," was used in the 2009 film "Sorority Row," and she was approached by Twilight producers to record a song for the film, "New Moon." Lykke Li's cache increased with a performance on "Last Call with Carson Daily" and she even did a collabo with none other than Kanye West. She is Sweden's indie version of Lady Gaga and she spent the better part of 2010 recording a follow-up to her irresistible debut.

Lykke Li again teamed up with Bjorn Yttling in Echo Park, Los Angeles to record her sophomore effort, "Wounded Rhymes." With David Lynch, Jonie Mitchell, and Neil Young as inspirations, she recorded an inexorably cacophonous collection of tracks that she described as "hypnotic, psychotic and more primal." The album was well received and surpassed its predecessor in critical praise. To promote the album, Lykke Li concert dates were booked across continental Europe during the latter part of 2010. Lykke Li tour dates also had her stopping in New York City and Los Angeles to premier singles from the forthcoming set. The singer also booked performances on the late night circuit, hitting up Jimmy Fallon, Conan O'Brien, and Carson Daily to promote the album. "Wounded Rhymes" was released in March, 2011 and was an immediate commercial success; debuting at #2 on the Swedish charts and #36 on the US albums charts.

In support of her most recent offering, the Lykke Li concert schedule has the burgeoning indie-pop star traveling the globe. Lykke Li tour dates are scheduled at nearly thirty venues throughout 2011 across North America and Europe. Additionally, she will be present at the Latitude Festival in Suffolk, UK this July, 2011. Shining brighter than the Northern Lights, this pop-star is setting fire to the charts and on the international touring circuit. Use Eventful for up-to-date Lykke Li tour dates and venue information.

Bazzi: Andrew Bazzi is a Lebanese-American singer/songwriter born in Dearborn Michigan. Initially gaining fame through Vine, his single "Mine" charted on the Billboard Hot 100 after being featured as meme with an accompanying Snapchat filter..

Chromeo: Canadian electrofunk band Chromeo is bringing a little bit of 80s electronic music back to the mainstream, both on tour dates and hit albums like Fancy Footwork. Chromeo's music has been featured in numerous video games, movies, and clubs and the duo has played concert dates at some of the most popular music festivals in the world. The successful release of their third album, Business Casual, last year means that Chromeo is at it again with months worth of tour dates in 2011.

Chromeo members P-Thugg (Patrick Gemayel) and Dave 1 (David Macklovitch) have been friends since high school and formed the group at the behest of DJ Tiga. While Chromeo's 2004, debut album She's in Control garnered them slight recognition and small tour dates, it was their second album, Fancy Footwork, that gained them widespread recognition. The success of the album took the duo on nearly two years worth of tour dates, including performances at Glastonbury, Coachella, Lollapalooza, and Fujirock. Chromeo's latest album, Business Casual, has also received great reviews for singles like "Hot Mess" and "Don't Turn the Lights On."

As is becoming a trend with Chromeo, the duo has 2011 tour dates that last well into winter, even though the album was released nearly a year ago. After playing a number of music festivals in Europe, the UK, and North America, Chromeo will begin their Night Falls Tour on September 14. Most concert dates will feature Mayer Hawthorne and Breakbot, and Chromeo's 2011 tour dates will end on November 2. For all the latest info on Chromeo tour dates in 2011, be sure to check Eventful often.

The Regrettes: Los Angeles punk outfit The Regrettes was resurrected from a two-piece band by Lydia Night following the departure of her drummer and the release of their debut EP, Hey!. The lead vocalist invited her friends from music school -- guitarist Genessa Gariano, bassist Sage Chavis, and drummer Maxx Morando -- to join the band. In no time, the group was courted by Warner Bros. Records and hit the studio to record their debut single, "A Living Human Girl. The song appeared on The Regrettes' debut album, Feel Your Feelings Fool!, around the same time the band was on a headlining tour around the U.S. in summer 2017. In February 2018, The Regrettes released their second EP (first with the current lineup), Attention Seeker.

Mikky Ekko: Nashville native Mikky Ekko's vocals have been compared to Jeff Buckley and Freddie Mercury while his stage-presence, lyrical poetry, and emotional intensity has been likened to The Doors' Jim Morrison. Produced by Tim Lauer and recorded at Dogwood Studios in Nashville, Ekko's debut EP Strange Fruit was released earlier this year. Mikky Ekko is currently working on his second album.

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