Obviously more hairy bands were a requirement...
Audioslave, [a][/a], Incubus and Jurassic 5 had already been confirmed to play the main stage at the festival.
Other acts confirmed for the 30-date tour include Cave In The Donnas, The Distillers, Cold, Rooney,The Mooney Suzuki, Pharoahe Monch, Burning Brides and ‘Jackass’ star Steve-O.
The Lollapolooza festival, which was inaugurated by Farrell in 1991, begins at Grand Rapids, Minnesota on July 3 and ends in Seattle on August 23.
Farrell said: “Lollapalooza’s mission is to be great and wonderful, to speak to people and speak for the earth, and to embody music’s power to bring people together.
“It was created to share the bountiful gifts that our culture holds, and now it’s returning to enjoy its permanent place in that culture.”
For more information visit [url=]lollapalooza.com.
Tour dates are as follows:
Grand Rapids Ionia County Fairgrounds (July 3)
Indianapolis Verizon Wireless Music Center (5)
Kansas City Verizon Wireless Amphitheater (8)
St. Louis UMB Bank Pavilion (9)
Milwaukee Marcus Amphitheatre (11)
Chicago Tweeter Center (12)
Columbus Germain Amphitheatre (13)
Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center (16)
Detroit DTE Energy Music Theatre (18)
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Pavilion (19)
Cleveland Blossom Music Center (20)
Holmdel PNC Bank Arts Center (23)
Boston Tweeter Center (25)
Syracuse Vernon Downs Raceway (26)
Philadelphia Tweeter Center at the Waterfront (27)
New York Tommy Hilfiger at Jones Beach (30)
Washington Nissan Pavilion (August 1)
Atlanta Hi Fi Buys Amphitheatre (3)
W. Palm Beach, Sound Advice Amphitheater (5)
Dallas Smirnoff Music Centre (8)
San Antonio Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre (9)
Houston Cynthia W Mitchell Pavilion (10)
Albuquerque Journal Pavilion (12)
Denver Fiddlers Green Amphitheatre (13)
Phoenix Cricket Pavilion (15)
Los Angeles Hyundai Pavilion at Glen Helen (16)
San Diego Coors Amphitheatre (17)
San Francisco Shoreline Amphitheatre (19)
Salt Lake City USANA Amphitheater (21)
SeattleWhite River Amphitheatre (23)