With the festival's lineup finally announced, the remaining holdouts snapped up the last few $230 three-day passes to Lollapalooza this week.
Single-day passes are still available at $95 apiece, which could be useful for the discerning concert-goer now that Lollapalooza organizers have announced the artists performing during each of the festival's three days.
Big names Black Sabbath, The Black Keys, Bassnectar and The Shins will headline Friday's lineup, according to the festival's website. Saturday features the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Avicii, Bloc Party and Franz Ferdinand, and Sunday's lineup boasts Sigur Ros, At The Drive In, Florence + The Machine and more.
The sellout won't affect Lollapalooza's wealthier guests--three day passes are still available at the VIP level, which includes lounge access, cross-park shuttles and special viewing areas at main stages for a whopping $1,050 price tag.
If you still aren't sure about buying tickets, take a listen to our Lollapalooza 2012 Spotify playlist and scroll down to view photos and videos featuring some of the biggest names playing this summer's festival.
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