Early-bird tickets and three-day passes sold out within minutes of going on sale Tuesday morning. If you want to attend the three-day festival, you'll have to buy single-day tickets or VIP tickets, which start at $1,000.
A limited number of early bird three-day passes were available for $200. But they sold out in about 20 minutes, then regular-priced three-day passes for $235 sold out.
The top-tier ticket - a Lollapalooza Platinum Pass - includes an exclusive air-conditioned Platinum Hospitality Areas access at both ends of the park, access to the Lolla Artist Lounge, dedicated viewing areas, golf carts for getting around the park, catered food and complimentary bars.
Travel packages are also available for out-of-towners or those who want to book a Chicago hotel at the same time.
Lollapalooza is still seeking Chicago restaurants and artists to vend in Lollapalooza's Chow Town, the Lolla Farmers Market and the Green Street Art Market. The applications for each are available at www.lollapalooza.com/experience/ until April 19.
Lollapalooza happens August 2-4, 2013 in Chicago's Grant Park. Rumors have been flying about the acts on this year's bill, with the official lineup announcement April 9. The Chicago Tribune reports headliners include Mumford & Sons, Phoenix, Vampire Weekend and the Killers.
Tickets and show information are available at www.lollapalooza.com.