Pearl Jam, Daft Punk Top Lollapalooza Bill

Officials for Lollapalooza, the enduring festival founded by wiry alt-rocker Perry Farrell, have announced the line-up for the 2007 installment: Pearl Jam (in their sole U.S. show of 2007), Daft Punk, Modest Mouse, TV on the Radio, My Morning Jacket, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and roughly 130 other bands are set to take the stages Aug. 3-5 in Chicago’s Grant Park. Additional noteworthy acts include Interpol, Muse, Iggy & the Stooges, Amy Winehouse, Yo La Tengo, Kings of Leon, the Hold Steady, Blonde Redhead, Polyphonic Spree, and the Cold War Kids — and that’s just the tip of the iceberg, boys and girls. Fan-apalooza’s can purchase early bird tickets now via Lollapalooza.com for $165; early bird tickets are only available while supplies last, and passes will run $195 thereafter.

>> Revisit SPIN.com’s 2006 Lollapalooza coverage

Rounding off the bill: Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals, Satellite Party, Snow Patrol, the Roots, Patti Smith, the Black Keys, Regina Spektor, Spoon, Lupe Fiasco, Pete Yorn, G. Love & Special Sauce, Paolo Nutini, LCD Soundsystem, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Silverchair, Femi Kuti, Yo La Tengo, Jack’s Mannequin, Stephen Marley, Sound Tribe Sector 9, M.I.A., Slightly Stoopid, Sparklehorse, Sean Lennon, !!!, Blue October, Son Volt, Motion City Soundtrack, Peter Bjorn & John, Silversun Pickups, CSS, the Rapture, the Wailers, Roky Erickson, Tapes n Tapes, Heartless Bastards, the View, the Cribs, the Fratellis, Ghostland Observatory, Tokyo Police Club, Rhymefest, Soulive, Annuals, Fields, Electric Six, Jim Noir, Elvis Perkins in Dearland, Sam Roberts Band, Black Angels, Charlie Musselwhite, Aqueduct, Juliette & the Licks, Dios, Viva Voce, David Vandervelde, Los Campesinos!, Chin Up Chin Up, Ryan Shaw, Colour Revolt, Satin Peaches, Illinois, Arckid, Mickey Avalon, the 1900s, Bang Bang Bang, Bound Stems, High Class Elite, Carey Ott, Matt Roan.

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>> Listen to Daft Punk on Napster
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