CHICAGO (CBS)– With day one of Lollapalooza under the city’s belt, another 100,000 plus people are expected to pass through downtown Friday for day two.
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Everyone attending the festival needs a negative COVID test from the last 72 hours or proof of vaccination to enter.
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Great job, Lollapalooza fans! More than 90% of you showed us your proof of vaccination today! Thanks go out to the 8% who brought their proof of negative COVID-19 tests and for the 600 of you who showed up without paperwork, we hope to see you tomorrow! Photo by @SheaFlynn. pic.twitter.com/v7yWmvUPHH
— Lollapalooza (@lollapalooza) July 29, 2021
The Lollapalooza Twitter account said late Thursday, over 90% of festival goers brought proof of vaccination and 8% brought a negative COVID test.MORE NEWS: Driver Crashes At Touhy Avenue After Shots Are Fired At Car On Edens Expressway; Lanes Shut Down For Hours
There were 600 people forgot to bring either.