Lollapalooza 2023 Off to a Dismal Start
The upcoming Lollapalooza 2023 festival got off to a dismal start when its first act Gab Ferreira performed for only 10 fans at an intimate venue raising questions about how well-attended the event will be when it takes place in two years' time.
Mar. 25, 2023 6:02PM
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The highly anticipated Lollapalooza 2023 festival, which is set to take place in São Paulo, Brazil, has gotten off to a dismal start. Gab Ferreira, the first act announced for the event, recently performed for only 10 fans at an intimate venue. The performance was meant to be a preview of what’s to come at the larger event in two years’ time. However, with such a small audience present it appears that interest in the festival is already waning before it has even begun. This news comes as a huge disappointment for music fans across Brazil who were eagerly awaiting their chance to see some of their favorite acts perform live on stage. Many have expressed frustration over the lack of enthusiasm surrounding this year’s lineup and have called into question whether or not they will attend next year’s festival. It also raises questions about how well-attended Lollapalooza 2023 will be if there is already so little interest in its first act. It remains unclear whether or not this low turnout was due to poor promotion or simply lack of interest from potential attendees. With just two years until the event takes place, organizers are now under pressure to ensure that more people show up when it does eventually happen. They must work hard to make sure that they can attract enough attention and excitement around their lineup if they want the festival to be successful and remain relevant in today’s competitive music scene.