PEARL JAM, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, A PERFECT CIRCLE Confirmed For LOLLAPALOOZA Chile, Brazil

Lollapalooza Chile and Lollapalooza Brasil, the South American satellites of the iconic festival founded by JANE'S ADDICTION frontman Perry Farrell, are back in 2013, and with colossal lineups.

Continuing the momentum after a blowout inaugural festival in São Paulo in 2012, Lollapalooza Brasil invites PEARL JAM, THE KILLERS, THE BLACK KEYS, DEADMAU5, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE and PLANET HEMP to rock the Jockey Club, the site of the 2012 festival, on March 29-31.

After two successful years in Santiago, Lollapalooza Chile will return for a third edition in Parque O'Higgins on April 6-7 with PEARL JAM, THE BLACK KEYS, DEADMAU5 and QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE leading the charge.

Also playing the South American festivals are A PERFECT CIRCLE, THE HIVES, FRANZ FERDINAND, TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB, HOT CHIP, PASSION PIT, CRYSTAL CASTLES, KAISER CHIEFS, ALABAMA SHAKES, PUSCIFER, TORO Y MOI and GARY CLARK, JR. Electronic heavyweights KASKADE, STEVE AOKI, KNIFE PARTY, MAJOR LAZER and PORTER ROBINSON will also take the stage, as will hip hop star NAS.

The festivals will share some bands, but not all. Lollapalooza Chile's lineup will also feature KEANE, BAD BRAINS, and PERROSKY, as well as many Chilean bands, including LOS TRES, MANUEL GARCIA, GEPE and CHANCHO EN PIEDRA. In total, more than 60 bands will perform on six stages of non-stop music over the course of the two-day festival.

The Brazilian edition will add a third day, topping out with over 65 bands on five stages. The festival will also spotlight THE FLAMING LIPS, CAKE, CRIOLO + EMICIDA, RUSKO and MADEON along with Brazilian bands from every region including VIVENDO DO ÓCIO, LIRINHA + EDDIE, FELGUK, TECHNOSTALGIA feat. DJ Marky & BiD, LUDOV, BAIA, REPÚBLICA and GRAFORRÉIA.

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