Lollapalooza 2012: Schedule / Set Times

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Attention festival goers, the set times for Lollapalooza 2012 have been announced! As you know, Lollapalooza’s lineup is an impressive beast this year, which means that some of you may have to endure some very painful, heartbreaking conflicts. A heads up: on Friday you’ll have to choose between The Black Keys and Black Sabbath, Passion Pit and The Shins, Metric and Afghan Whigs, Tame Impala and Sharon Van Etten, Dr. Dog, The War on Drugs, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs.

On Satuday we have simultaneous shows for Santigold and Frank Ocean (ouch!), Twin Shadow, Bloc Party and Calvin Harris, The Weeknd and Washed Out, Tune-Yards and Tallest Man on Earth, Neon Indian and Chairlift.

Sunday isn’t any less harsh, music lovers. Choose between Jack White, Justice and Childish Gambino, Miike Snow and Big Pink, Florence + The Machine and At The Drive-In, The Walkman, Dum Dum Girls and Little Dragon, Oberhofer and Bombay Bicycle Club, Sigur Ros and… J. Cole.

Damn Lolla, why you gotta be like that?

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