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Tuesday, August 7, 2012

25 Gorgeous GIFs From Lollapalooza 2012

Posted By on Tue, Aug 7, 2012 at 10:38 AM

By REED FISCHER

See Also:
Ten things your Lollapalooza outfit says about you
[Slideshow] Lollapalooza 2012 Day One: The Music
[Slideshow] Lollapalooza 2012 Day Two: The Music
[Slideshow] Lollapalooza 2012 Day Three: The Music
[Slideshow] Lollapalooza 2012: The People


Ready for some GIFs? To quote Ozzy Osbourne, "I can't fucking hear you!" I said, ARE YOU READY FOR SOME GIFS?! This past weekend's running of Lollapalooza in Chicago was intense. The heat, the monsoon-like storm on Saturday, and even the lobster corn dogs all exceeded what the human body can take on a regular basis. But it was still a glorious three days for music and social behavior. Photographer Erik Hess' lens pointed every which way, and captured these 25 GIFs featuring the Black Keys, Black Sabbath, fun., and so much more.




These White Panda fans got their money's worth.


During First Aid Kit on Friday, this crew member behind the stage was the envy of every person at Lollapalooza. Except maybe Jack White, who looked like he's been sleeping in a coffin these days.


These four Doomtree fans may not know each other, but their personalities all seem to mesh splendidly. The second guy from the right probably didn't realize that when he made that face we'd make it stay that way forever.


Doomtree's Mike Mictlan and P.O.S. remind the crowd how to participate.

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