11 Shots From Lollapalooza We Didn't Have Room For The First Time

Written by  Published in Festivals Saturday, 13 August 2011 15:32

Our Daniela Montelongo spent three days shooting the fun at Lollapalooza. She sent back so many great shots, that we couldn't use them all. So here are some of the great photos we didn't have room for the first time. We're at Outside Lands in San Francisco and The Wilderness Festival in the U.K. this weekend, so stay tuned.




Crowd Surfing with Cage The Elephant


More Cage The Elephant


Imelda May


Bright Eyes


Ok Go


The Vaccines


My Morning Jacket


The Naked and Famous


Lykke Li


The rainbow on Sunday afternoon

All photographs (c) Daniela Montelongo


Last modified on Tuesday, 26 February 2013 20:30
Daniela Montelongo

I’m a proud Chicagoan as most of us are and music has been a necessity in my life for as long as I can remember. Majority of the time I can be found at a show, listening to blaring music (as my roommate stated best “music was not written quietly, the louder the better”), or lugging band equipment for the band my friends play in.  I am a sucker for lyrics and have been known to adapt many of my favorites into motto's on how I should live my life. I am also a concert photographer that has had the privilege of shooting many awesome bands and loving every minute of it.

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