Free Lollapalooza Concert Sampler on iTunes

Want a free taste of the bands who will be rocking Lollapalooza in August? Now you can download the FREE digital sampler from iTunes featuring 15 artists from this year’s lineup in Chicago in Grant Park on August 7-9. Check them out, then click the button below to download your free Lollapalooza Sampler on iTunes (only available for U.S. fans).

Download on iTunes

It includes the following songs:

  • Alberta Cross: The Thief & The Heartbreaker
  • Bon Iver: Skinny Loveitunes-logo1
  • Constantines: Trans Canada
  • Deerhunter: Nothing Ever Happened
  • Eric Church: Smoke a Little Smoke
  • Fleet Foxes: Mykonos
  • Joe Pug: Hymn #101
  • Langhorne Slim: Rebel Side of Heaven
  • Living Things: Oxygen
  • Rye Rye: Bang
  • The Henry Clay People: You Can Be Timeless
  • The Knux: Fire (Put it in the Air)
  • The Ravonettes: Dead Sound
  • White Lies: Farewell to the Fairground

EXPIRATION DATE: August 30, 2009

To download your free content on iTunes:lollapalooza

1. Download iTunes for Mac or Windows, free of charge at .
2. Open iTunes and click iTunes Store.
3. Click Redeem under Quick Links.
4. Enter the code above. Your download will start immediately. Enjoy.

The code expires on the date above and is redeemable only on the U.S. iTunes Store. To redeem the code you must have an iTunes account, subject to prior acceptance of license and usage terms. To open an account you must be above the age of 13 and in the U.S. iTunes 6.0 or later (7.0 or later for video), compatible hardware and software, and Internet access (fees may apply) are required. Not for resale. For full terms, see For more information, see Don’t steal music. TM and © 2008 Apple Inc. All rights reserved.
Apple is not a participant or sponsor of this promotion.

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