Jane’s Addiction’s Perry Farrell Admits His Ultimate Dream For Lollapalooza Is Not There Yet
Jane’s Addiction frontman Perry Farrell revealed in an interview by Variety that he still has an ultimate dream for Lollapalooza which he did not achieve yet.
Perry Farrell rose to fame as the frontman of the band Jane’s Addiction. Additionally, Farrell also founded the Lollapalooza festival in 1991 as a farewell tour for the band. The festival since then evolved into an annual music festival. As for now, he still continues to produce Lollapalooza with William Morris Agency and C3 Presents.
One of the most iconic music festivals in the world, Lollapalooza takes place annually in Grant Park in Chicago, Illinois. The festival hosts an estimated 400,000 people each July. In 2020, Lollapalooza was scheduled to occur between July 30 and August 2. However, the event was later canceled due to the pandemic and took place as a virtual event on YouTube instead. This year though, Lollapalooza returns to mark its 30th anniversary.
In an interview by Variety, Perry Farrell has looked back at the early days of Lollapalooza in its 30th anniversary. Farrell then spoke about the key moments during the festival’s history and revealed that he has new plans for the event. In the interview, he said that his ultimate dream for Lollapalooza is not there yet. He then added he has more dreams that he is chasing actively. Farrell didn’t give any further details though, making the fans quite curious. Following that, he asked the fans to just wait for the next year.
Perry Farrell revealed in the interview that:
“My ultimate dream for Lollapalooza is not there yet. I have more dreams that I’m chasing – actively chasing. I cannot tell you what they are, but I promise you that. So just wait. Next year…”
As for now, Lollapalooza has returned at full capacity. The festival celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, with shows beginning on July 29, 2021, and concluding on August 1, 2021.