The famous Lollapalooza, a festival like no other, with international artists, unbelievable experiences and a broad variety of genres ready to amuse even the most demanding of partygoers. Lollapalooza was born in 1991 by Perry Farrell in the United States. After its unmatched success, Lollapalooza now boasts editions all around the world, including Chile, Brazil, Argentina, France and more. Having said that, why attend a music festival at home when you can enjoy a trip of a lifetime, meet new people, explore new countries, and enjoy novelty cuisines. Lollapalooza Brazil began in 2012, reaching whole new levels of success and becoming a tradition for Brazilian music lovers. International starts continue to pump up the party. This year, the lineup includes big names like Lil Nas X, Twenty One Pilots, Polo & Pan and The 1975.
The 2023 edition will take place starting the 24th of March until the 26th, with tickets available for a single day, two or all three. You choose! Types of tickets include the Lolla Pass, which gives you access to the three days of the festival; Lolla Day, which gives you access to a day of your choosing; Lolla Lounge by Vivo; which allows you to access VIP areas during the three days of the festival (or just one if you prefer); and Lolla Comfort by Next, which gives you access to an exclusive Lolla Comfort area and resting sites, bars and cashback for food and drinks. Like the Lolla Lounge, Lolla Comfort can be bought for one day or all three. You can also choose between the general ticket, the Comfort Pass or the Lounge Pass, which gives you access to the whole deal: three days and an exclusive lounge area for an approximate cost of R$ 5,350 ($1,042 USD).
Lollapalooza Brazil takes place at the Autodromo de Interlagos, in Sao Paulo. It does not offer parking space, so it is recommended that you find transportation, whether that be public transport, a private chauffeur or the festival’s transportation services. For your comfort and to make your life easier, Club Swan can arrange transportation for you and your group, so you don’t have to worry about anything other than having a good time.
If you’re travelling from the Americas, tickets to Brazil will likely be more affordable, even going as low as $400 USD. Thanks to the vast size of Sao Paulo, you can find hotels for pretty much any price, including $600 for four nights and breakfast included! Obviously, if you are passionate for the finer things life has to offer, luxury hotels are also available and will guarantee your stay in Brazil is as magnificent as it is fun. If you want an unmatched experience for less than $3000, you still have $1000 for dining and transportation, more than enough to live like a king for the duration of the festival.