Part of enjoying a festival of this size is accepting the good and the bad. But what Lollapalooza wants is for you to enjoy Lollapalooza more than the music at Lollapalooza. The whole event is about the event itself.
Was this really the plan? To rely on an emergency communication system that, for one, assumes festivalgoers have smart phones, and for two, can get service? But in a day defined by an evacuation, a few musical acts managed to drive away any non-musical memories.
On Wednesday's Afternoon Shift, The Break Room features the legendary '90s indie-pop group Olivia Tremor Control with their song "No Growing (Exegesis)" off of their classic 1996 debut album Dusk at Cubist Castle.