Lollapalooza Lineup Leaked: Finally, Pearl Jam And Mickey Avalon Will Share A Stage

Apr 11th, 2007 // 11 Comments

Live Music Blog has the alleged lineup for Lollapalooza (as does The A.V. Club), which will take place at Chicago’s Grant Park this August–it’s a little bit ’90s (Pearl Jam, Perry Farrell’s Satellite Party), a little bit ’00s (Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TV On The Radio), and a little bit crummy (ugh, Mickey Avalon and Ghostland Observatory!). Also: Daft Punk and LCD Soundsystem will be on the bill together, which should make for at least one blogworthy interaction.

(Also: Silverchair? Seriously?)

Full lineup after the jump.

Pearl Jam
Daft Punk
Ben Harper
Iggy & The Stooges
Modest Mouse
My Morning Jacket
Satellite Party
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Snow Patrol
The Roots
Patti Smith
Kings Of Leon
The Black Keys
Regina Spektor
Lupe Fiasco
TV On The Radio
Pete Yorn
G. Love
Paolo Nutini
Amy Winehouse
LCD Soundsystem
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah
Femi Kuti
Yo La Tengo
Hold Steady
Jack’s Mannequin
Stephen Marley
Slightly Stoopid
Blonde Redhead
Sean Lennon
Blue October
Son Volt
Motion City Soundtrack
Polyphonic Spree
Peter Bjorn & John
Silversun Pickups
The Rapture
The Wailers
Roky Erickson
Tapes N Tapes
Heartless Bastards
The View
The Cribs
The Fratellis
Ghostland Observatory
Tokyo Police Club
Cold War Kids
Electric Six
Jim Noir
Elvis Perkins
Sam Roberts
Black Angels
Charlie Musselwhite
Juliette & The Licks
Viva Voce
David Vandervelde
Los Campesinos!
Chin Up Chin Up
Ryan Shaw
Colour Revolt
Satin Peaches
Mickey Avalon
The 1900s
Bang Bang Bang
Bound Stems
High Class Elite
Carey Ott
Matt Roan

Lollapalooza 2007 | Lineup Leaked [Live Music Blog]

  1. dollywould

    Isn’t the manorexic from Silverchair married to Natalie Imbruglia? I thought they went away years ago.

  2. Xenu

    You gotta love Chicago for this, having their festival in the middle of town instead of expecting everyone to trudge out to the hot, dusty buttcrack of East Jesus, pay a small fortune on gas, parking, lodging, even water – oh, and let’s not forget tickets – for the big summer music festival. Yeah, Coachella, I’m looking squarely at your punk ass. Most definitely, Chicago does their festival right.

  3. Anonymous

    Maybe, except unless you’re taking public trans, you’ll pay a small fortune in parking, lodging, tickets and water for Grant Park, too. But I suppose that’s better than East Jesus.

  4. MC

    What, no M.C. Rove?

  5. oconnill

    If pearl jam is headlining i want to know where collective soul and candle box are at cause im not going to bring out my dirty flannel shirt for just one band

  6. Anonymous

    Satellite Party!

    WOOOO HOOOOOO!!!!!!!

    It’ll be like the cover art for the CD brought to life!!!!!

  7. Justin Ward

    I thought that same thing about Silverchair…

    I’m a little unimpressed with the headliners here but the smaller bands really round it out for me. I’ll have plenty to see during the three days…

  8. catdirt

    ho ho. re: silverchair i PERSONALLY observed people “camping out” for a silverchair concert that was like- ten hours away- lawn chairs- sleeping bags, the whole bit. this was in los angeles a couple months ago. so- people are into them.

  9. rockstarjoe

    Actually Silverchair has come a long way since their one hit wonder days. I would recommend checking out their album Diorama… you might be surprised, I personally really like it. Their new one isn’t amazing but it isn’t terrible either.

  10. dtox67

    great lineup all around.. can’t wait to see
    !!!, Black Keys,Pearl Jam, My Morning Jacket, Roky Erickson.. big ups to Chicago

  11. septictank32

    Old silverchair was great, they had two amazing albums-Frogstomp and Freak Show but now they dont play any of their gunge-Nirvana soundalike stuff. Their last three albums have primarily been Coldplay if Coldplay was from Down Under. Personally I dont like them but if you like whiny soft alt rock, maybe theyre your thing. But you can bet you wont get to hear Freak or Tomorrow or any of their other rocking songs. After David Johns got the anorexia he turned into a pansy.

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