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Lollapalooza line-up announced

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Beastie Boys, back when the name still applied.

Yow. These festivals just keep getting bigger and more comprehensive, don't they? Coachella, SXSW, Glastonbury... if you can cover the cost of the ticket and the occasional plane ticket and passport, the dedicated listener wants for nothing in the way of camp out music extravaganzas.

And jumping on that dogpile is the great granddaddy of them all (Woodstock, of course, being the great-great grandfather, long since deceased). This year's line-up is ecclectic as hell, and will find Tool sharing stages with Animal Collective, Atmosphere and TV on the Radio. Head below the jump for full details.

LOLLAPALOOZA 2009

August 7-9

Grant Park, Chicago, IL

Tickets-- $175-$190

Depeche Mode

Tool

The Killers

Jane's Addiction

Beastie Boys

Kings of Leon

Lou Reed

Ben Harper and Relentless7

Thievery Corporation

Snoop Dogg

Rise Against

Andrew Bird

TV on the Radio

Vampire Weekend

The Decemberists

Neko Case

STS9 (Sound Tribe Sector 9)

Animal Collective

Band of Horses

Of Montreal

Arctic Monkeys

Coheed and Cambria

Ben Folds

Fleet Foxes

Silversun Pickups

Kaiser Chiefs

Crystal Castles

Bon Iver

Santigold

Atmosphere

Dan Auerbach

Cold War Kids

Deerhunter

Lykke Li

Robert Earl Keen

Peter Bjorn and John

Heartless Bastards

Gomez

Glasvegas

Federico Aubele

Dan Deacon

Passion Pit

Zap Mama

The Raveonettes

The Gaslight Anthem

The Airborne Toxic Event

White Lies

Ra Ra Riot

No Age

Asher Roth

Los Campesinos!

Bat For Lashes

Chairlift

Gang Gang Dance

 The Virgins

 Amazing Baby

Portugal. The Man

The Knux

Ida Maria

Delta Spirit

Friendly Fires

Manchester Orchestra

Constantines

Ezra Furman & The Harpoons

Hockey

Miike Snow

Alberta Cross

 Hey Champ

 Sam Roberts Band

The Henry Clay People

Davy Knowles and Back Door Slam

Cage the Elephant

Living Things

The Low Anthem

Blind Pilot

Langhorne Slim

Other Lives

 The Builders and The Butchers

 Eric Church

Joe Pug

Kevin Devine

The Greencards

Carney

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Yow. Worth the drive, one might say, and when you do the math, $190 bucks is a hell of a deal.