Kanye West, Radiohead, Rage Against the Machine, Nine Inch Nails, Wilco Top Lollapalooza 2008 Lineup

Bill for August fest also includes the Raconteurs, Gnarls Barkley, Black Keys, Grizzly Bear and Kid Sister.

The organizers of Lollapalooza have stacked the deck this year with a slate of headliners that is one of the strongest since the former touring fest put down roots in Chicago in 2005. In addition to hometown legends Wilco and Kanye West, the main stages will be headlined by Radiohead, Nine Inch Nails, Rage Against the Machine and the Raconteurs, according to a report in the Chicago Sun-Times.

A full list of the more than 120 acts will be announced on Monday, but the Times reported that among the other bands on the bill for the August 1-3 event are: Gnarls Barkley, Bloc Party, Cat Power, Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks, Kid Sister, Girl Talk, Mates of State, G. Love and Special Sauce, the Black Keys, Broken Social Scene, Kid Sister, the Cool Kids, Blues Traveler, Jamie Lidell, Battles, Office, Grizzly Bear and Go! Team.

While Wilco, West, the Raconteurs and Barkley have previously played the reincarnated version of Lollapalooza , and Nine Inch Nails and Rage famously performed at the original granddaddy of American alternative fests (in its first and second years, respectively), Radiohead will be performing at Lolla for the first time.

Three-day passes are currently available for $190 at the Lollapalooza Web site, before the price goes up to $205.

Among the highlights of last year’s festival were a throbbing set from Daft Punk — the first techno/dance act to headline one of the main stages at the revived festival — and a fiery performance from Pearl Jam, whose political remarks were possibly censored on the webcast of the show by AT&T’s Blue Room.

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