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Lollapalooza after-shows include Kendrick Lamar, Hot Chip, Lumineers

For dedicated music fans, sleep is apparently going to be optional during Lollapalooza weekend Aug. 2-4, with 37 pre- and after-shows at 14 venues over five nights.

The series of concerts announced Tuesday will complement the annual three-day festival in Grant Park. Though none of the six Lollapalooza headliners is playing these satellite shows, a number of rising stars from the festival will be doing double duty, including Flux Pavilion on Aug. 2 and Kendrick Lamar on Aug. 3, both at the Aragon; Jessie Ware at Lincoln Hall on Aug. 2; the Lumineers at the Vic on Aug. 2; Hot Chip at the Vic on Aug. 1; and Chance the Rapper at Reggies on Aug. 2.

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

July 31: Imagine Dragons, Icona Pop, Brick + Mortar, Kellen & Me in Special Olympics benefit at Metro; Thievery Corporation at House of Blues; Timeflies, Keys N Krates at Vic; Smith Westerns at Lincoln Hall.

Aug. 1: Lana Del Rey at House of Blues; Hot Chip, Bear Mountain at Vic; Atlas Genius, San Cisco at Schubas; Father John Misty, Night Moves at Lincoln Hall; Hiatus Kaiyote at Subterranean; Wild Nothing at Empty Bottle.

Aug. 2: Eric Church, Frontier Ruckus at Metro; Local Natives, Wake Owl at House of Blues; the Mowgli's, the Bright Light Social Hour at Double Door; the Lumineers at the Vic; Foals, Drowners at Park West; Little Green Cars, the Dunwells at Schubas; Jessie Ware at Lincoln Hall; Flux Pavilion, Dillon Francis, RVSB at Aragon; SBTRKT, Disclosure at the Mid; the Neighbourhood, Family of the Year at Subterranean; Death Grips at Bottom Lounge; Heartless Bastards, Houndmouth at City Winery; Chance the Rapper, BJ the Chicago Kid at Reggies.

Aug. 3: Band Of Horses, Reignwolf at Metro; Two Door Cinema Club, MS MR at House of Blues; Ghost B.C., Skeltonwitch at Double Door; Matt & Kim, Robert DeLong at Vic; Frightened Rabbit, Wild Belle at Park West; Skaters, the Orwells at Schubas; Haim, St. Lucia at Lincoln Hall; Kendrick Lamar, Baauer, BJ the Chicago Kid at Aragon; Dada Life, Nathan Scott, Gus Karas at the Mid; Baroness, the Royal Thunder at Subterranean; DIIV at Empty Bottle.

Aug. 4: Palma Violets, Wild Cub at Schubas; Alt-J, Guards at Lincoln Hall; Wavves, E.T. Habit at Empty Bottle.

greg@gregkot.com

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