Lollapalooza, one of the biggest events on the calendars of every music aficionado, is now happening at Berlin. After a successful US edition in July, Lollapalooza Berlin is set to woo EDM and rock fans across Europe on 12 and 13 September.

So what if you are not if Europe? You can still experience the madness of the festival and relive the music with the biggest artistes performing at this two-day music festival. All you music fans in Europe and across the world, who can't make it to the festival, can watch performances live via festival's official YouTube channel.

CLICK HERE to experience the music live from wherever you are.

You can also log onto or to catch all the live action.

Lollapalooza was launched by Jane's Addiction singer Perry Farrell as a farewell tour for his band in 1991. The festival was then discontinued, only to be revived in 2003. And now, it's been more than a decade since Lollapalooza has been offering its fans a good dose of incredible music, food, art and culture.

Lollapalooza Berlin is the first Lolla European edition and with this, Germany has joined Lollapalooza Chicago, Lollapalooza Chile, Lollapalooza Brazil and Lollapalooza Argentina as the fourth international Lolla location.

Well, the first edition of Lollapalooza Berlin is expected to be a big one as the organisers are expecting a crowd of over 90,000 fans. And the festival lineup boasts of over 120 artistes including Muse, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Sam Smith, Martin Garrix, Clean Bandit, Dada Life and Fatboy Slim, among other big names.

To get more details on tickets, travel packages, venues, artistes info, set timing and other updates on how to enjoy the festival while being cashless, visit the official website: