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Eminem, Outkast and More to Headline Lollapalooza 2014

/ Source: Rolling Stone
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Eminem, Outkast, Skrillex, Arctic Monkeys, Kings of Leon and Calvin Harris will headline this year's Lollapalooza, which celebrates its 10th year in Chicago's Grant Park from Aug. 1st - 3rd.

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Eminem is one of the artists who will be headlining Lollapalooza this summer.Chris Pizzello / AP file

The list includes a diverse roster of performers, including Lorde, Zedd, Nas, Sebastian Ingrosso, The Avett Brothers, Interpol, Childish Gambino, Broken Bells, Spoon, The Head and the Heart, Courtney Barnett, Chance The Rapper, Cage the Elephant, Francisca Valenzuela, The Glitch Mob, Foster the People, Flosstradamus, Young the Giant, Phantogram, Bleachers, Lucius, Typhoon, Vic Mensa, London Grammar and more.

More from RollingStone.com: Behind the scenes at last year's Lollapalooza

While three-day tickets for this year's Lollapalooza have already sold out, a limited number of single day passes will be available today, March 26th, starting at 11 a.m. EST. There are still VIP and Platinum Passes for sale, as well as tavel packages over on the festival's website.

Of the officially announced headliners, all except Outkast were rumored to take the main stage at Lolla this year. Kings of Leon headlined back in 2009, as did Eminem in 2011, the same year Skrillex made his debut at the festival. Lollapalooza is the latest festival to be added to Outkast's already stacked summer schedule, with the reunited hip-hop luminaries set to play 40 different festivals this year, starting with a headlining spot at Coachella.

For the full lineup, check out the festival's website.

-- Rolling Stone

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