Upgrade Your Lollapalooza Experience at The James Chicago
May 20, 2008 at 11:59 AM
At the tender age of 16, we attended our first Lollapalooza Concert. Sonic Youth, Pavement, Hole and Cypress Hill were playing, and boy, did we get our ass kicked in the crowd. The only respite we had was coming home to a shocked mother, who tended to our cuts and bruises while berating herself for thinking Lollapalooza was some sort of lollipop renaissance fair.
Mom's older and wiser now, and so are we, which is why we're considering the concert packages available at The James Chicago when we attend this summer's Lollapalooza, featuring Radiohead, Rage Against the Machine and that other `90s favorite, Nine Inch Nails.
The VIP package includes three-day's accommodation, two VIP tickets to the show and access to the LollaLounge, car service to the show, continental breakfast, and choice of one headliner's CD, while the standard package includes three-day's accommodation, two general admission tickets, continental breakfast and CD of your choosing.
The only thing holding us back is the $2,299 price tag on the VIP package and the $1,099 cost of the standard package. Sadly our bank account hasn't increased as rapidly as our age. Maybe Mom could lend us some money.