Well, early birds sold out in a rush when they hit the market on the market on April 5 but there are still Regular tickets and Lolla Lounge VIP passes available.
Now that we actually know who will be performing at Lollapalooza 2011, those who waited to order their tickets won’t be up for any shocking (disappointing, or otherwise) lineup announcements.
Regular Lollapalooza passes are $215 bucks for three days (not too shabby, really) for printable wristbands. You can pay a bit extra to have them shipped to you, which is only available for U.S. residents.
Lolla Lounge VIP passes include access to the two Lollapalooza Lounges at each end of Grant Park, offering elevating viewing of the main stages, VIP golf cart shuttles between Lolla Lounge North and South, specialty beer, wine and more, catered food, private restrooms, mini-spa treatment, shaded seating and more. Priced at a whopping $850, you might have to take out a small bank loan to afford one, though.
Be sure not to screw around with your wristbands once printed. They must be worn throughout the full three days of the event and shouldn’t be tampered with or removed.