Lollapalooza 2020: Chicago Bulls players set to appear on festival livestream


Chicago Bulls fans who are bummed the team will miss NBA bubble action this summer will at least get a chance to check in with a couple of players, at Lollapalooza of all places.

Lollapalooza announced the full lineup for their virtual festival on Monday, and the card includes special appearances from Zach LaVine, Wendell Carter, Jr. and even the Bucket Boys.

It’s unclear what the two Bulls players will do during the digital festival, but the Bucket Boys are legendary for their drum cadences at the United Center.

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According to Lollapalooza’s website, the digital festival will feature a mix of previously-recorded sets from past festivals and new, “live” performances. At least three of those live performances will feature hometown heroes: EDM superstar Kaskade, local rapper Vic Mensa and North Shore producer Louis the Child.

In addition, Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot will host an interview with hip-hop icon LL Cool J, and Lollapalooza founder Perry Farrell.

The full schedule of all these performances and appearances will be released on Wednesday.

Lollapalooza will stream all of the digital festival on YouTube.

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