Lollapalooza becomes more dangerous, deadly

2019 Lollapalooza, Picture credit: Andres Torres

2019 Lollapalooza, Picture credit: Andres Torres

Andres Torres, Jocelyn Figueroa, Daniela Ortiz, and Daniella Dominguez

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Most students haven’t been to Lollapalooza; for those that have attended, it can be an overwhelming experience.

RESULTS:  In a random survey of 1010 Morton East students, only 26 Morton East students attended Lollapalooza. Lollapalooza is an annual 4-day music festival in Chicago, at first, it was just a one-day thing until Perry farewell wanted to expand all the dates and has been running annually since 1997. people go there to see an artist they love and that is into all the performances like alternative, rock, heavy metal, punk rock, hip-hop, electronic, even included a platform for nonprofit and political groups and various visual artists for everyone about 400,000 people made an appearance. A 24-year-old man died Saturday night after suffering a medical emergency while attending Lollapalooza at Grant Park in Chicago. He was transported from the music festival to a local hospital in critical condition and pronounced dead shortly afterward, NBC Chicago reports.

“(I didn’t like) getting squished by the people, and I did not like the mosh pits. The one thing I did like was the food,” Juliana Ortiz, a Sophomore, said.

Mostly some younger students don’t like getting into mosh pits because of the lack of air you can get because of the dirt on the floor.

“Staff at Lolla asked people to pick up trash after the festival was over with. I would go again if there were more bands and artists that I listened to,” Morton East Staff, Ms. Berezniak, said.

The staff doesn’t like Lollapalooza anymore because of the younger people going there and also was fascinated by the amount of help the young people were helping picking up trash.

“It was too packed, and people were sweating too much,” Adriana Ruiz, a Junior, said.

“I went to Lolla with my girlfriend and everyone was doing a lot of drugs in front of us,” Alexis Vasquez, a senior, said.

Some students also said that there were drugs and people doing them… It’s such a modern experience and a lot of millennial’s go

“I liked Ariana Grande’s set, she sang so good in person,” Emily Rios, a Senior, said.

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