Jack White, At The Drive In, Black Keys & More Announced For Lollapalooza

The Shins, The Walkmen and The Black Keys will also take to the stage.

Jack White and At The Drive In have been confirmed to perform at this year’s Lollapalooza, taking place in Chicago’s Grant Park on 3rd-5th August.

The Shins, The Walkmen and The Black Keys will also take to the stage alongside the likes of Black Sabbath, Bloc Party & Franz Ferdinand.

The full list of acts revealed is as follows:

Alabama Shakes, Aloe Blacc, Amadou & Mariam, Ambassadors, Anamanaguchi, Animal Kingdom, At the Drive-In ,Avicii, Badastrom, Band of Skulls, Bassnectar, Bear in Heaven, Big Gigantic, Black Sabbath, Blind Pilot, Bloc Party, Bombay Bicycle Club, Bowerbirds, Calvin Harris, Chairlift, Chancellor Warhol, Childish Gambino, Dawes, Delta Spirit., Dev, Die Antwoord, DJ Mel, DJ Nihal, DJ Zebo, Doomtree, Dr. Dog, Dry the River, Dum Dum Girls, Empires, FIDLAR, First Aid Kit, Florence+ the Machine, Frank Ocean, Franz Ferdinand, fun., Gary Clark Jr., Givers, Haley Reinhart, Helena, Hey Rosetta!, Imaginary Cities, J. Cole, Jack White, JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound, JEFF the Brotherhood, JJ Grey & Mofro, Justice, Kaskade, Kevin Devine, Kid Color, Knife Party, Kopecky Family Band, Laura Warshauer, Little Dragon, Los Jaivas, LP, M83, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Madeon, Metric, Michael Kiwanuka, Miike Snow, Milo Greene, Mona, Neon Indian, NERO, O Rappa, Oberhofer, Of Monsters and Men, Orchard Lounge, Overdoz, Paper Diamond, Passion Pit, Perry’s stage, Polica, Porter Robinson, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Red Oblivion, SALVA, Santigold, SBTRKT, Sharon Van Etten, Sigur Ros, Skream & Benga, Star Slinger, Sub Focus, Tame Impala, The Afghan Whigs, The Big Pink, The Black Angels, The Black Keys, The Devil Makes Three, The Dunwells, The Gaslight Anthem, The Growlers, The Head & the Heart, The Jezabels, The Sheepdogs, The Shins, The Tallest Man on Earth, The Temper Trap, The Walkmen, The War on Drugs, The Weeknd, Toro y Moi, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Trampled by Turtles, tUnE-yArDs, Twin Shadow, Wale, Walk Off the Earth, Washed Out, Wax, White Rabbits, Yellow Ostrich, Yuna, Zedd, Zeds Dead.

For more details on the event itself, visit their official website.

At The Drive In performed their first show in eleven years earlier this week. Opening up with ‘Arc Arsenal’, the band introduced themselves with frontman Cedric Bixler-Zavala asking his bandmates to ‘tell them who we are,’ before guitarist Jim Ward answered gleefully: ‘We’re At The Drive-In. We’re from El Paso, Texas.’

The band’s setlist - which included the explosive hit ‘One Armed Scissor’ towards the end of their stage time, before close ‘Catacombs’ - was as follows.

Arc Arsenal
Pattern AgainstUSer
Sleepwalk Capsules
Napoleon Solo
Metronome Arthritis
Non Zero Possibility
One Armed Scissor

You can watch a video of the band performing their mainstream crossover hit ‘One Armed Scissor’ here.

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