Last year Perry Farrell debuted the first-ever Lollapalooza Chile, and this year that massive event's return was joined by the inaugural Lollapalooza Brazil, which took place over the weekend. Antiquiet points to footage of complete Lollapalooza Brazil sets by Foo Fighters and Arctic Monkeys, who headlined both of the festivals (joined by Björk in Chile and Jane's Addiction in Brazil).
Both bands specialize in the sort of pummeling, shout-along rock that can reach tens of thousands of people. Foo Fighters treated their Brazilian audience members to covers of Joan Jett's "Bad Reputation" and "I Love Rock 'N' Roll," joined by the former Blackheart herself (reprising their recent joint New York appearances). For their part, Arctic Monkeys bashed out swaggering new song "R U Mine?" alongside previous highlights from the once-precocious U.K. upstarts' increasingly formidable discography.
Read our review of Foo Fighters' Wasting Light tour kick-off here. And be sure to check out our backstage photo gallery from Arctic Monkeys' Madison Square Garden debut last month here, or revisit our 2011 profile to find out exactly why they hit us so hard.