Before a massive storm forced an event-wide evacuation on Saturday, August 4th, Lollapalooza was like any festival marred by a little rain: mud-soaked and fun. Check out these shots of the action before the authorities shut the party down.
ALL PHOTOS BY LAURA JUNE KIRSCH
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