NIN, the Killers, QOTSA to Stream Lollapalooza Sets

The festival takes place this weekend in Chicago.

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Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age and the Killers are amongst the bands whose sets from this weekend's Lollapalooza festival in Chicago will be streamed online, NME reports.

The US festival will be streaming a host of sets from the festival on YouTube on August 2-4. As well as headliners Nine Inch Nails, the Cure, The Killers and Mumford & Sons, sets from the Postal Service, the National, Vampire Weekend, Crystal Castles, Alt-J, Two Door Cinema Club and Ellie Goulding will also be streamed. See below for streaming times in BST.

Friday August 2 8.30pm Smith Westerns 9.30pm Icona Pop 10.15pm Crystal Castles 11.15pm Imagine Dragons 12.15am Queens of the Stone Age 1.30am Band of Horses 2.30am The Killers 4am Nine Inch Nails

Saturday August 3 8.15 pm Ben Howard 9pm Court Yard Hounds 10pm Local Natives 11pm Ellie Goulding 12am The National 1.15am The Lumineers 2.30am The Postal Service 4am Mumford and Sons

Sunday August 4 8.30pm Alex Clare 10.30pm Two Door Cinema Club 11.30pm Alt-J 12.30am Steve Aoki 1am Vampire Weekend 2.15am The Cure

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    why would they list the times in BST when the shows are in Chicago? i had to google what the hell BST actually was!
    It's because the NME is a British publication. Might have been smart to also include an American timezone for the purposes of this article, though.
    Too lasy to find out the PST conversions. Will try to check out QOTSA, NIN, The National, and Alt-J.
    I mean this is a ****ing American website talking about an American Festival and they're still like awww nah I think we'll just leave the times they way dey are
    This isn't an American website.
    Yes I know technically it's Russian but it's not really is it? How can you explain the fact that all comments are logged in US time?
    matteo cubano
    Supposed to rain Friday during NIN and Queens. Excited but i hope it doesn't become a problem/
    These things usually go on rain or shine (Glastonbury is always streamed and is famous for rain). I can imagine Hurt being pretty atmospheric with rain too.
    4am is a headline time slot?