Chance the Rapper headlines Day 3 of Lollapalooza 2017

CHICAGO (WLS) -- Music fans returned to Grant Park Saturday for day three of Lollapalooza. The warmer weather on Saturday was a welcome change from Friday's cooler temperatures and Thursday's thunderstorms.

A spokesman for the Chicago Police Department said officers found 60 stolen phones on just one person at the festival. Police say that person was arrested.

Chicago pride was on full display Saturday night as South Sider Chance the Rapper headlined the Grant Park state. The xx headlined the Bud Light stage on the opposite side of the festival grounds.

Malia Obama, daughter of former President Barack Obama, was spotted at the festival on Saturday.

Malia Obama spotted at Lollapalooza on Saturday, August 5, 2017.

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On Friday, police said 10 people were arrested for drugs, aggravated battery to a police officer and trespassing and 56 people were transported to hospitals.

The popular festival not only features eclectic mix of music, but this year Lollapalooza also has a roller rink and arcade as well as other improvements like bigger video boards.

The weather is expected to be much better Saturday compared to the first day of the festival on Thursday. Heavy thunderstorms forced day one of Lollapalooza to end early with headliners Lorde and Muse still on stage. The weather was nicer but cool on Friday for the second day of the festival.

More than 170 performers will hit eight stages at this year's four-day music fest. CLICK HERE for the full concert schedule.

Gates opened Saturday at 11 a.m. Festival-goers will need wristbands to get in and will be subject to a security screening. Large bags are prohibited and all bags will be searched. Attendees can re-enter up to three times per day.
CLICK HERE for additional information on allowed and prohibited items, as well as tips for attending Lollapalooza.

About 100,000 people are expected to attend Lollapalooza each day. Although general admission packages quickly sold out, there is an official ticket exchange where people can buy and sell tickets at

Parking will be available, but public transportation is probably the best to get to Grant Park. Lollapalooza organizers arranged shuttles from several different suburban locations. Divvy will have special valet service at the Jackson and Michigan station for bike riders.
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