2023 information is not yet available. For reference check out the information from 2022 below:
Public Transportation Options
CTA, Metra and Pace make getting to Lolla easy. Plan your trip today using the Regional Transportation Authority's trip planner.
Convenient and security patrolled, 24-hour parking is available near Grant Park at the four Millennium Garages.
There are plenty of ways to bike to the festival this year!
- Be sure to check out Divvy Bikes – Chicago's only bike share platform. You can conveniently rent a bike from one of the various docking stations located around Chicago. Divvy will be operating a bike valet (for Divvy bikes only) outside of the festival at Michigan & Jackson to accept your bike when you arrive, so don't worry about needing to find a dock at the festival. Use the code BIKETOLOLLA22 in the app for one free ride (up to $5) for first time riders!
- Check out Bike & Roll to rent a bike for the day or the weekend! Conveniently located just outside of the festival grounds at 34 S Michigan Ave.
- ChainLinks is hosting a complimentary bike valet on Michigan Ave between Harrison St and Balbo Ave. Remember to come with a lock to keep your bike secure while you’re at the show.
Uber / Rideshare
Go to Lollapalooza with Uber. Request a ride and follow the directions in the app for a smooth pickup and drop off experience.
To request your ride when leaving, exit Grant Park and walk west of State Street!