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'Keep Walking' — Lollapalooza 2024 In Mumbai Is Calling

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For music lovers, all roads will lead to Mumbai’s Mahalaxmi Racecourse over January 27-28, when the second edition of Lollapalooza India kicks off. And if the inaugural edition last year saw global favourites like Jackson Wang take the stage, the 2024 line-up promises to be bigger and better than ever.

The legendary Sting is undoubtedly the most eye-catching name from amongst the artists expected to make Mumbai groove to their tunes. The other headliners who are sure to bring in the crowds include ‘Without Me’ singer Halsey, pop-rock band OneRepublic, the reunited Jonas Brothers, rapper JPEGMafia and singer-songwriter Eric Nam. Of these artists, Halsey and OneRepublic are performing on the stage sponsored by Walkers & Co.

If you'd like to "keep walking" (as the Walkers & Co. motto celebrates) all the way into the midst of the 2024 Lollapalooza action in Mumbai, we're offering a chance to win free tickets. Simply sign up here and a free pass for the Lollapalooza music festival could be yours. Our team will reach out to all the winners with the relevant details.

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Beyond the international artists at Lollapalooza Mumbai 2024, there are plenty of homegrown stars too: think Anoushka Shankar, Parekh & Singh, Pabh Deep, Dualist Inquiry and The Raghu Dixit Project. Their scintillating music will be accompanied by some of the best food and beverage options — like the Johnnie Walker Refreshing Mixer (Non-Alcoholic) — at the Mahalaxmi Racecourse.

WHAT IS LOLLAPALOOZA?

Lollapalooza, which began in the US in 1991 (and continued until 1997 before taking a hiatus and returning for good in 2003), has grown into one of the biggest music festivals in the world. At its home venue in Chicago, an audience of over 115,000 attended the four days of the festival in 2023. The most iconic names in music, across genres, have graced the Lollapalooza stage over the course of its existence.

India became the first Asian country to host an edition of Lollapalooza last year, when the Mumbai event drew over 60,000 attendees.

— All images via Instagram/Lollapalooza India (@lollaindia)