Fri. Mar 31st, 2023

A 3-part documentary collection titled Lolla: The Story of Lollapalooza is heading to Paramount+. Michael John Warren will direct the collection exploring the competition’s evolution because it first emerged in 1991 as a part of founder Perry Ferrell’s farewell tour with Jane’s Dependancy.

“When Lolla was launched in 1991, the live performance trade felt like a boring automobile experience that was operating out of fuel,” Ferrell shared in a press release. “We pumped new life into the reside music expertise and set the inspiration for the youth’s counter tradition to develop into vital and thrilling once more. Now greater than three many years younger, I’m completely happy to have this chance to present individuals an inside have a look at the competition’s contribution to music historical past.”

Since 1991, when it hosted touring performances from bands like 9 Inch Nails, Violent Femmes, and Rollings Band, Lollapalooza has expanded to an annual occasion rooted in Chicago, with worldwide variations popping up in Berlin, São Paulo, Buenos Aires, Santiago, Stockholm, and Paris.

The unique iteration of the competition has boasted headlining performances from Crimson Scorching Chili Peppers, Smashing Pumpkins, Girl Gaga, Ariana Grande, the Weeknd, Kendrick Lamar, and extra.

“As a naive teenager trapped within the doldrums of Suburbia, U.S.A, I attended the first-ever Lollapalooza, and it completely blew my thoughts,” Warren added. “It was harmful, lovely and immediately widened my perspective. So, it’s an honor to be entrusted to inform the true story of probably the most astonishing cultural touchstones within the final half-century.”


Warren involves Lolla: The Story of Lollapalooza having beforehand directed HBO’s Spring Awakening and the Nicki Minaj documentary My Time Once more. It marks the newest festival-centered documentary since a slate of Woodstock ’99 retrospective tasks.

MTV Leisure Studios will produce the three-part docuseries with FunMeter. In a press release, FunMeter’s James Lee Hernandez and Brian Lazarte shared: “This story is the music documentary jackpot for all of us at FunMeter. We love tales the place we will pull again the curtain on one thing you assume you realize. In some ways it’s over 30 years within the making, with an unbelievable quantity of never-before-seen archival.”

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