Lollapalooza Argentina 2015: My First Ever Experience At A Music Festival

 Bands I didn’t get to see live and regret not seeing them live – Day 2:

Major Lazer: I heard very good things about their gig and I actually like Watch Out For This, but I had to stick with the Colombian girl until she found her friends and that happened after Pharrell Williams’ concert ended. We knew each other — more like, her best friend or boyfriend recognized me — the day before because of the Peruvian flag my friends and I brought. My friend who lives in Buenos Aires said this was epic and that he thought Pharrell Williams was underwhelming, but let’s just say he never heard of N.E.R.D. before until he attended the festival.

Alt-J: I liked a few of their songs, but I took the train too late to even catch a few minutes of them, unlike Interpol.

Fitz and The Tantrums: Same as Three Days Grace.

Zero Kill: I wasn’t regretting missing out on them until I read that Zero Kill is Benito Cerati’s band. I’ve seen his father Gustavo play live [1] and I missed my chance of seeing his son play live. I’m sure he’ll come to Peru at some point in his life.


YAM Magazine contributor, has a B. Sc. degree in Science/Pharmacy and is a very lazy person.

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