Lollapalooza 2018

Fourth edition, new home: on 8th & 9th September 2018, Lollapalooza Berlin will return to the capital city and will be taking place at Olympiastadion & Olympiapark Berlin. The three previous sold-out editions prove the festival has set new standards and eventually, in 2017, it has turned into the biggest open air festival in Germany.

Lollapalooza Berlin is far more than a stripped-down music festival. Highlights like Kidzapalooza, a festival at the festival welcoming all kids, Der Grüne Kiez (Green Neighbourhood) dealing with topics like sustainability and social responsibility and the spectacular Lolla Fun Fair celebrating oddity, acrobatics as well as art and installations all over the festival grounds take the festival experience to a whole new level.

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  • What is allowed, what is not allowed

    Time’s flying, in a few days we will kick off #lollaberlin at the Olympiastadion & the Olympia Park Berlin! The Lolla Checklist helps you to be fully prepared. So, have a look, know all the things and multiply your fun on the grounds! Here you will find all information: 

  • Directions & Parking

    Are you from Berlin or a visitor of the city?
    Go by public transport or take the bike.

    Are you from Brandenburg?
    Take the train. If you arrive by car, please leave your car at a S-Bahn or U-Bahn station and and go by public transport.

    Please note: Car parking is not provided on location!
    We have got you covered: there are two train stations for you! Have a good trip!

    All information you will find here:

  • Wheelchair Access

    At Lollapalooza Berlin, there will be barrier-free check-in at entrance A, a separate car park (registration required), wheelchair-accessible toilets and pedestals in front of all stages.All information you will finde here:

  • Preliminary Timetable

    You need the schedule? You get the schedule!