YouTube Live Streams Lollapalooza Music Fest [VIDEO]

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Can't attend the Lollapalooza Music Festival? YouTube's got you covered.

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The video-sharing website partnered up with Dell to live stream free coverage of the annual alternative music fest, which began Friday and ends Sunday. Lollapalooza takes place Chicago's Grant Park.

Fans won't have access to all the acts online, but can still enjoy performances by the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Florence and the Machine, in the comfort of their own homes or on their mobile devices. Lollapalooza's YouTube page includes a full list of webcasts that visitors can add to their iCal or Google Calendar.

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In addition to its live stream, the music fest is tapped into Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, where users can share their experiences.

Will you be watching the live stream of Lollapalooza? Tell us in the comments.

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