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YouTube will live stream “the biggest performances” from the Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago all weekend, the company announced on Wednesday.
“YouTube Originals is partnering with Lollapalooza to produce original creative content, including backstage moments and exclusive artist moments just before they take the stage,” YouTube also revealed.
The live streams, backstage content and themed playlists celebrating Lollapalooza artists will all be available on YouTube Music and Lollapalooza’s official YouTube channel.
You can watch the first day of the iconic music festival below, however the broadcast begins on 2 August at 1am SAST.
Fans can also keep up on YouTube Music’s social media accounts for “behind-the-scenes moments” from the festival.
Feature image: screenshot, Lollapalloza via YouTube