SZA, photo via Getty

The Lollapalooza lineup is here!

On Tuesday, the long-awaited announcement came, revealing headliners such as SZA; The Killers; Tyler, the Creator; Future with Metro Boomin; blink-182; Hozier and others.

Of course, the big unveiling followed months of uncertainty around Lolla, as the Chicago festival only days ago confirmed its official dates, Aug. 1-4 in Grant Park. In past years, the fest has typically shared the following year's dates on social media and on the giant screens as fans leave the park on the final day of festivities. In 2023, no such announcement was made, and Lolla's social media accounts and website remained mum about the 2024 event, minus a message asking fans to sign up for the newsletter to be among the first to find out the 2024 dates, which ultimately turned out to be the usual, first weekend in August, as it has been in the past.

As with the dates, the lineup offered few surprises, as SZA has performed at Lolla in the past and The Killers have been making the rounds on festival lineups this year, while Tyler, the Creator headlined Lolla just three years ago in 2021, a year after all major festivals were canceled because of the Covid pandemic. 

The 2024 Lolla lineup includes an interesting mix of artists, with the likes of Melanie Martinez, Deftones, Tate McRae, Conan Gray, Kesha, Reneé Rapp, Victoria Monét, Stray Kids, Skrillex, Zedd, FISHER, Dominic Fike, Pierce the Veil, Killer Mike, Jungle, Benson Boone, Two Door Cinema Club, Faye Webster, Kevin Abstract, Ethel Cain, Vince Staples, Hippo Campus, Four Tet, Chappell Roan, RAYE, SiR, Kenny Beats, Teezo Touchdown, Tyla, Ruel, The Japanese House, Waterparks, Olivia Dean, Wilderado, Sam Nelson (of X Ambassadors), Ryan Beatty, LEISURE, Medium Build, Dora Jar, Quarters of Change, Knox, Armani White, Nico Vega, Blondshell, Worry Club, Mette, Nightly and more.

See the full lineup below.