Martin Garrix, Travis Scott, Armin van Buuren, and more top 2020 Lollapalooza Chile, Argentina, and Brazil editions

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Martin Garrix, Travis Scott, Armin van Buuren, and more top 2020 Lollapalooza Chile, Argentina, and Brazil editionsLolla Argentina Photo Credit Alive Coverage

In March and April 2020, Lollapalooza makes its high-profile stops in South America with an eye-popping lineup that features some of the best in today’s music scene.

The last weekend in March, Lollapalooza Chile celebrates its 10th anniversary with a lineup that includes Guns n’ Roses, Travis Scott, The Strokes, Lana Del Rey, Martin Garrix, Gwen Stefani, and many more. Other dance music offerings include Armin van Buuren, REZZ, Illenium, Alan Walker, and more. The festival will take place at O’Higgins Park in Santiago.

The same weekend, Lollapalooza Argentina delivers a similar lineup, topped by all of the above, along with other headliners who will make their mark on Hippodromo de San Isidro in Buenos Aires.

The first weekend in April, Lollapalooza Brazil offers a comparable lineup to its South American predecessors, also featuring performances by Armin van Buuren, REZZ, Illenium, Alan Walker, along with the headliners. It takes place at Autódromo de Interlagos in São Paulo.

Tickets and more information about Lollapalooza Chile are available here.

Tickets and more information about Lollapalooza Argentina are available here.

Tickets and more information about Lollapalooza Brazil are available here.

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Good Morning Mix: Stream ZHU’s climactic Lollapalooza Argentina set

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Good Morning Mix: Stream ZHU’s climactic Lollapalooza Argentina setZhu

ZHU recently stopped by Lollapalooza Argentina to spin his signature brand of dark sonic magic. A tantalizing blend of catalog staples and newer releases alike, ZHU’s set opens with the producer’s breathy live rendition of ZHU classic, “In The Morning.” ZHU glides from one track to the next, with an atmospheric fluidity aided offset by the texture of the live instrumentation that guides the performance. Rugged guitar riffs provide contrast to the smooth tone of a saxophone, while rhythmic synth work lends a punchy sultriness to the showing.

ZHU’s set indulges the electronic envelope pusher’s shadowy mystique in its early inclusion cuts from his Ringo’s Desert saga, like “Desert Woman,” and “Save Me.” The idiosyncratic, crepuscular groove characteristic of ZHU’s sound grows increasingly potent as the set progresses, with Just A Gent‘s remix of ZHU’s own “Superfriends,” and a deep flip of “Working For It.” ZHU effortlessly interweaves sonic sleekness with more gritty trappings, the tail-end of the set a heavy hitting finale to the refined affair.

Did StubHub just leak Skrillex’s next major festival booking?

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Did StubHub just leak Skrillex’s next major festival booking?Skrille Do Lab

Skrillex will headline Minneapolis’ Snowta Festival, hit Vancouver, as well as both editions of Decadence before 2018 is out. Momentum going into 2019 will be high, and according to StubHub, it appears the OWSLA spearhead will also be among those artists listed on Lollapalooza Argentina’s lineup, set for March 29 – 31, 2019. A Reddit user noted the international addition to Skrillex’s roster of upcoming appearances while browsing the producer’s current tour dates on StubHub. Although the festival date could be just an error, the show date conversely could be an accurate expansion of Skrillex’s tour schedule that mistakenly surfaced on StubHub prior to an official lineup announcement from Lollapalooza Argentina organizers.

The LA-based superstar’s Snowta and Decadence bookings, audio engineer Randy Urbanski’s not so subtle suggestion that new Skrillex music is underway in October, and recent speculation that Skrillex has been at work on a flip of Travis Scott‘s “Sicko Mode” collectively point to big moves in the works from Skrillex, rendering the possibility of a Lollapalooza Argentina headline billing all the more probable. For now, the Recess producer’s looming return continues to generate considerable anticipation, but as the year inches to a close, we’re betting things in Skrillex’s camp are just starting to heat up.