The single-day passes for the music festival in Grant Park went on sale at 10 a.m., and by 11:45 a.m., the promoters announced tickets had sold out.
Three-day passes also sold out last month, in less than three hours; VIP passes sold out on Tuesday.
The only tickets left for Lollapalooza are through pricey Travel Packages, which include three-night stays at Chicago hotels, plus general admission or VIP tickets for the festival. Prices for Travel Packages begin at $1,599 for general admission tickets for two people, and run as high as $9,299 for VIP platinum packages for two people.
Running from Aug. 2 to Aug. 4, Lollapalooza is being headlined this year by Nine Inch Nails, The Killers, Mumford & Sons, The Cure, Phoenix, Postal Service, Vampire Weekend, New Order, the Lumineers, and Queens of the Stone Age.
Lollapalooza Tickets Sell OutThat's it, Lollapalooza fans. Tickets to the Chicago music festival are sold out. Single-day passes sold out about an hour after they went on sale at 10 a.m. Tuesday at lollapalooza.com. Saturday passes went first, selling out in about 30 minutes.
"Lollapalooza 2013 GA 3-Day, 1-Day, and VIP Passes are now completely SOLD OUT!" the message reads on the festival's Facebook page. "Thanks to everyone who will be joining us in Grant Park this August. Stay tuned for giveaways and contests all summer..."
If you missed out, you're not the only one. Weekend passes sold out in record time. Festival organizers said it was the first time in festival history that three-day passes sold out before the lineup was released.
The full lineup and schedule were unveiled this week featuring The Cure, Mumford & Sons, The Killers, Nine Inch Nails, Phoenix, The Postal Service and Vampire Weekend as headliners.
The daily lineup was released more than a week early, possibly after a photo of a magazine ad depicting the lineup went viral.
The festival will be held August 2-4 in Grant Park.