You’ve probably heard of Lollapalooza, an annual music festival featuring popular alternative rock, punk, heavy metal, hip hop and electronic music bands. The festival has provided a platform for non-profit and political groups, as well as both popular and underground visual and musical artists alike to showcase their work. The event itself started in 1991 and has counted France, Chile, Germany & Brazil amongst its list of host countries, though the Chicago festival is indisputably the best of these. Chicago has been hosting Lollapalooza since 2005, and attracts over 160,000 people during the now four-day affair.

This year, Lollapalooza takes place from August 3-6 at Grant Park, and features a star-studded lineup headed by Chicago’s own (and three-time Grammy winner) Chance the Rapper, American rock band The Killers, Muse, Arcade Fire, The XX, Lorde, Blink 182, and so many more. The full musical lineup and schedule can be viewed on Lollapalooza’s website or app.