Perry Farrell's big ideas for 'immersive entertainment'
This year in particular should be a time of reflection for Perry Farrell, and yet the lead singer of Jane's Addiction can only seem to think ahead.
J. Roddy Walston and the Business At Bonnaroo: Drunk, Weird, and Very Bonnaroo
Outkast, Foo Fighters shine at Firefly Music Festival
The huge fest also boasted appearances from Imagine Dragons, Arctic Monkeys
Know Your Product: Nuclear Power Pants, Wicked Eats the Warrior (Wham City)
J. Roddy Walston and the Business dig deeper
This month, J. Roddy Walston and the Business, which had its formative years in Baltimore, has a new album, headlining gig at Rams Head Live
Pratt Library celebrates 10 years of CityLit
Steve Perkins talks about the birth, the breakup, and the rebirths of Jane's Addiction.
Who will make a Weezer burger?
We just heard about a Chicago bar that will be serving a Black Sabbath burger in honor of the band's scheduled comeback appearance at this year's Lollapalooza. They're naming it the War Pigs Burger after the 1970s song by that name.
SoulStice, Jerry Busher, Nico Sarbanes, Lana Avacada
Review: My Morning Jacket at Merriweather Post Pavilion August 12
Update: Concert news: Foo Fighters to perform in Washington; Lupe Fiasco back to Merriweather
Concert news: Foo Fighters to perform in Washington
Lollapalooza line-up announced; Wye Oak, J. Roddy Walston, Eminem to perform
Free Festival Music Samplers
Lolla snubs: Where's the Baltimore love?
Riding the Wave
Strange tourfellows Rock and rap rebels Rage Against the Machine and the Wu-Tang clan are united on tour and in their outsider status.
Feminine Musique The Lilith Fair is an all-woman music festival, and it has been playing to packed houses while other festivals face empty seats.
Lollapalooza brings the circus to town Music: More big-money sideshow than concert series, festival brings frolicsome freaks and just plain rock-and-roll lovers together for a party.
Lollapalooza tunes out people, tunes in business Music: Touring festival, which appears at Charles Town Tuesday, seems to have forgotten what drew so many people in its first years. However, another fest is on the horizon.
Arts festival has found its niche County's 2nd-biggest draw for tourists begins Friday
A few bricks shy of a full 'Load' Is Metallica rusty or what? The new album, five years in the making, isn't as wimpy as feared. But it's a lollapalooza of a letdown.
It's love or hate for tempestuous Courtney Love
The heat goes on at Lollapalooza '95
Will success spoil alternative rock? LOSING THEIR RELIGION
Sonic Youth lets other bands make noise
Look Who's Coming This Season... and Who's Not Concert schedule lacks star power of summer of '94
The vital signs of Live The foursome has learned to live with the intensity that comes with fame
'I'm having the time of my life'
Fans shout and shimmy at raucous Lollapalooza FESTIVAL OF SOUND
Lollapalooza no longer tries to be edgy
Mr. Clinton, president of Lollapalooza, brings funk to the fest
WOMAD tour will bring the music of the world to the local stage
Lollapalooza tour date set TC
Daylong HFStival has issues to beat the band
More and bigger shows promise to heat up summer concert climate
Nirvana still negotiating for Lollapalooza tour
LOLLAPALOOZA Alternative rock wasn't really looking for this much success
Lollapalooza '93: so good, so far away
SOUNDS OF SUMMER Concert scene is booming this year
HERO gets musical hand from Human Touch Group
It's a Lollapalooza
Lollapalooza is more than music Sold-out rock tour takes its cue from European festivals
SUMMER TIME BLUES Summer concerts: Big stars, big prices, fewer opening acts
Lollapalooza tour packs feast for all the senses
Summer concert schedule is heating up