Jane’s Addiction cancelled their two Pennsylvania shows this past weekend due to an undisclosed “physical injury”. No word on whom is injured, or what the injury is. Obviously we wish whomever it is a speedy recovery.
The lineups of two of the three South American Lollapalooza ’23 shows have been released. Jane’s Addiction will be playing Lollapalooza Argentina on Saturday, March 18, and Lollapalooza Brasil one week later on Saturday, March 25.
Update 10/26: Jane’s Addiction will be performing on the final night of Lollapalooza Chile ’23, on Sunday, March 19.
Jane’s Addiction are scheduled to take part in the 2023 editions of Lollapalooza Chile, Lollapalooza Argentina, and Lollapalooza Brasil. Both the Chile and Argentina events take place on March 17-19, 2023. Lollapalooza Brasil takes place March 24-26, 2023. It is presently unknown which night’s they are performing, nor who which members will be there. We’ll likely know the specific dates in the next few weeks.
It has been announced that Porno For Pyros will replace Jane’s Addiction at the 2022 Lollapalooza festival in Chicago, IL on July 31. It is expected that original P4P bassist Martyn LeNoble will be performing with the band at the show as he was confirmed for the July 30 after show event.
Jane’s Addiction will be playing the final nights of both the 2022 Lollapalooza festivals in Argentina and Brazil. This will be the band’s first show in Brazil in 10 years, and Argentina in 9 years. Both shows will take place in March, with the Argentina show on the 20th, and the Brazil show on the 27th.
Get excited because Perry Farrell and the gang — Jane’s Addiciton — ARE BACK and playing an Official Aftershow on the Saturday night of Lollapalooza 2012 at the legendary Aragon Ballroom with special guests and Lolla 2012 performers Franz Ferdinand! But that’s not it — dubstep pioneers Skream and Benga will be on hand to close out the late night party.
Tickets for this special aftershow will be available here and go on-sale this Friday, July 13 at 10AM Central Time for the ridiculously low price of $15.
According to the following that was sent out via the official Lollapalooza email list, Underground will be the next single from the Jane’s Addiction album The Great Escape Artist:
Lolla Exclusive: Be The First To Download Jane’s Addiction’s New Single
Lollapalooza and Jane’s Addiction share intertwined legacies. With that in mind, Perry and the band have decided that it makes perfect sense that Lolla fans should get a special sneak-peek of the new album.
After eight years, Jane’s Addiction fans can finally breathe a sigh of relief: on Tuesday, October 18th the band’s long-awaited new release The Great Escape Artist is hitting the streets. It was well worth the wait.
Frontman Perry Farrel‘s forward-thinking musical ideas anchor the album while pushing the songs into daring new territory. His iconic vocals soar across the mix, perfectly counter-balanced by guitar god Dave Navarro‘s relentless, psychedelic shred. On drums, Stephen Perkins‘ propulsive tribal stomp is nothing less than hypnotic. Along with a talented creative team, including producer Rich Costey (Muse, Franz Ferdinand, Interpol) and TV on the Radio’s multi-instrumentalist Dave Sitek on bass, the new LP blazes brave, new trails for the alt-rock pioneers. Together, these massive talents have architected another timeless record by simply doing what they do best – being real.
The band wanted to treat the Lolla-Nation to a special sneak-peek of the new album, offering a free download of the groundbreaking opening track before it’s released tomorrow. So, without further ado, here’s Jane’s Addiction’s brand new single… Underground.
Perry Farrell’s nephew Jeremiah Alexis, aka The Urban Nomad, wrote an article for the LA Weekly that includes a behind the scenes video with Perry on the last day of Lollapalooza 2011. You can check it out at the following link:
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Lollapalooza festival, kicking off today at Grant Park in Chicago, IL, festival organizers are set to announce that Lollapalooza is returning to South America in 2012. Lollapalooza will return to Chile for a two-day festival at Equestrian Club of Santiago on March 31 and April 1, 2012, and then head up to Brazil for the inaugural Lollapalooza Brasil festival the following week from April 7-8, 2012 at the Jockey Club in São Paolo. No lineups have been announced so far, but I would expect a blend of North and South American artists, similar to what was done with Lollapalooza Chile last year.
Update: The regular Lollapalooza festival will return to Grant Park in Chicago, IL from August 3-5, 2012.
Congratulations to Perry Farrell and everyone else who has labored over the years to make Lollapalooza one of the best festivals out there. All of us here at janesaddiction.org wish you the best as you open the doors today for the Twentieth Anniversary Lollapalooza Festival!