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Aug. 10, 2010
Erykah Badu at Lollapalooza 2010. Photo by Kate Gardiner/PBS NewsHour.
Vocalist Thomas Mars of the French band Phoenix. Photo by Kate Gardiner/PBS NewsHour.
Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney and vocalist/guitarist Dan Auerbach. Photo Kate Gardiner/PBS NewsHour.
David Macklovitch of the Montreal-based duo Chromeo. Photo by Kate Gardiner/PBS NewsHour.
Arcade Fire's Richard Parry performs with The National. Photo by Kate Gardiner/PBS NewsHour.
Vocalist Toshimitsu Deyama of Japanese hard rock band X Japan makes his American debut at Lollapalooza 2010. Photo by Kate Gardiner/PBS NewsHour.
English musicians The Cribs at Lollapalooza 2010. Photo by Kate Gardiner/PBS NewsHour.
Deer Tick vocalist John McCauley. Photo by Kate Gardiner/PBS NewsHour
Arcade Fire. Photo courtesy of Jim Kopeny/ Chicagoist.
The Dirty Projectors
The Dirty Projectors's Nat Baldwin. Photo by Kate Gardiner/PBS NewsHour.
The Strokes' Julian Casablancas. Photo by Kate Gardiner/PBS NewsHour.
Chicago native Mavis Staples. Photo by Kate Gardiner/PBS NewsHour.
B.o.B. Photo by Kate Gardiner/PBS NewsHour.
Spoon. Photo by Kate Gardiner/PBS NewsHour.
Blues Traveler guitarist Chan Kinchla. Photos by Kate Gardiner/PBS NewsHour.
Lady Gaga. Photo courtesy of Robert Loerzel.
Lollapalooza 2010 drew more than 240,000 people from all over the country to Chicago's Grant Park for 156 acts -- including headliners Green Day, Soundgarden and pop sensation Lady Gaga.
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