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Lollapalooza after-parties include Afghan Whigs, Passion Pit, Alabama Shakes

Once again the shows will just go on and on Lollapalooza weekend Aug. 3-5, with 31 after-party concerts at 13 venues over five nights to be announced Tuesday. 

The after-parties for the annual festival in Grant Park include no headliners on par with Phoenix, Them Crooked Vultures or Soundgarden, who played late-night post-festival shows in past years, but there are plenty of highlights, including the Afghan Whigs returning Aug. 4 to their old ‘90s stomping ground at Metro, rising blues star Gary Clark Jr. at Schubas on Aug. 4, Alabama Shakes at Metro on Aug. 1 and Passion Pit at House of Blues on Aug. 2.

Here’s a complete list of the Lollapalooza after-parties (tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday at do312.com):

Aug. 1: Alabama Shakes at Metro, Delta Spirit at Lincoln Hall.

Aug. 2:  Passion Pit at House of Blues, Kids These Days at Schubas, Zedd at the Mid, Dr. Dog at Lincoln Hall.

Aug. 3: Bear in Heaven at Empty Bottle, Nero at Congress Theatre, Frank Ocean at Metro, Tune-Yards at House of Blues, the Black Angels at Double Door, the War on Drugs at Schubas, Blind Pilot at Lincoln Hall, Porter Robinson at the Mid, the Growlers at Subterranean, Paper Diamond at Bottom Lounge.

Aug. 4: White Rabbits with Dum Dum Girls at Cubby Bear, Doomtree with Naledge of Kidz in the Hall at Empty Bottle, Zeds Dead and Big Gigantic at Congress Theater, the Afghan Whigs at Metro, Of Monsters and Men at House of Blues, Trampled by Turtles at Double Door, Childish Gambino at the Vic Theatre, the Temper Trap at Park West, Gary Clark Jr. at Schubas, Twin Shadow at Lincoln Hall, Calvin Harris at the Mid, the Big Pink at Subterranean, Bombay Bicycle Club at Bottom Lounge.

Aug. 5: Chairlift at Empty Bottle, the Walkmen at Lincoln Hall.



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