TeenNick Rocks Out: Characters: Lollapalooza 2010
Lollapalooza features three days of live music on multiple stages, so if you go in person, it's nearly impossible to catch all the good performances. Thanks to the miracle of video recording, TeenNick brings you a collection of "best of" moments from the 2010 show at Grant Park in Chicago. If you watch Lollapalooza on TV, you won't have to rush from stage to stage -- you can chill right where you are, with no worries about getting kicked in the head by a crowd surfer.
Part 1 includes Mumford & Sons, a folk rock band from London, England, that attract huge crowds when they play live; Gogol Bordello, the lively gypsy-circus punk band who sing "Start Wearing Purple;" The National, an indie rock band from Cincinnati, Ohio, that includes two sets of brothers; synth-y psychedelic pop-rock from MGMT, and Canadian indie supergroup the New Pornographers.
Part 2 brings even bigger stars to the stage, with performances from hip-hop/R&B superstar B.O.B.; Devo, the surrealist '80s icons who taught the world to "Whip It!"; energetic Canadian indie rock group Metric; and an explosive -- musically and pyrotechnic-ly -- set from Green Day.