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Lollapalooza 2012 Line-up Leaked?

Written by John Ritchie on February 16, 2012

A Twitter account has started leaking Lollapalooza 2012 line-up headliners and festival organizer Perry Farrell is not happy. Farrell took to Twitter to vent his anger calling the leaker “a red tick,” “a fraud” and likely an individual with “a small penis.” Farrell also tweeted that the line-up “has not been finalized.”

In 2011, a similar line-up leak turned out to be mostly correct and the fact Farrell has taken to Twitter to vent his anger gives a slight impression that some of the leaked acts may be correct.


Lollapalooza 2012 Leaked Headliners

Metallica
Beyonce
Red Hot Chili Peppers
The Killers
Beck
Sonic Youth
Justice
Chromeo
Bassnectar

Other rumoured acts

The Shins
M83
Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
Gotye
At The Drive-In, Garbage
Missy Elliott
Guided By Voices
Sleigh Bells
Passion Pit
Korn
Skrillex
M.I.A.
Calvin Harris

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