RSVP Music Festival Diary #3: Lollapalooza

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This past weekend, more than 300,000 people hit the heart of our hometown Chicago for Lollapalooza 2014 to catch 8 stages of music located for miles across Grant Park. The three-day mayhem was kicked off with Iggy Azalea’s bass heavy music and aesthetically pleasing stage presence, an insanely energetic performance from Rudimental, and the surprise visit from Rihanna during Eminem’s closing set.  Saturday, Vic Mensa showed Lollapalooza how Chicago parties with a wild performance preceding Outkast, who lived up to all expectations, performing everything from “Elevators” to “International Players Anthem,” with chemistry between Big Boi and Andre 3000 reminiscent of the old days. Sunday saw plenty of rain and mud, but festival goers just rolled with AND in it. Hometown heroes Flosstradamus tore the Perry Stage up while Childish Gambino lit up the gloomy day with a bright Hawaiian shirt and performance. Chance the Rapper closed the night the best way any Chicagoan could, with a guest performance from none other than R.Kelly. Below we captured our favorite moments from the insane party weekend.

Photography by Anthony Trevino
Words by Adriana Gaspar