From Kings of Leon to Spoon, Arctic Monkeys, Interpol, and even a reunited Outkast, Premier Guitar brings you a look at Lollapalooza 2014.

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Broken Bells’ Brian Burton (aka Danger Mouse)
In-demand producer Danger Mouse (The Black Keys, Gorillaz, Gnarls Barkley) took some time off from the studio and performed as an opener to Eminem. Burton stepped away from the keyboards and picked up his short-scale Mustang bass and thumbed around the sleek bass lines in “After the Disco.”

This year marks Lollapalooza’s 10th year as a destination festival—its 18th overall—in Chicago’s beautiful Grant Park alongside Lake Michigan. Since its inception, Lolla has tried to serve all music fans with a healthy dose of rock, metal, punk, pop, dance, comedy, and hip hop acts. This year was no different with sets from Outkast, Eminem, Kings of Leon, Arctic Monkeys, Interpol, AFI, Cage the Elephant, and hundreds more. Premier Guitar was onsite for all three days and here are just some of the guitar-centric highlights from the event.

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