This year Lollapalooza celebrated its first European edition, back in my home country and in no other place than our magnificent and diverse capital Berlin. Situated in the very heart of Europe with an international flair, catering to everybody's taste to grow it into a full holidays-abroad experience and fairly easy to reach, they could have made no better choice.
In addition, the festival took place at one of Berlin's most loved and frequented places, the former area of Airport Tempelhof. Green surroundings, much space to offer, easy to handle logistics regarding artists, audience, VIPs and press and a ground that wouldn't go all muddy or dusty in unpredictable weather - the perfect set-up really to present some the world's finest artists at a sold-out event.
One of the weekend's highlights was for sure the impressive performance of MUSE, which gave a good taste for the upcoming Drones World Tour in 2016. So not to put you on the rack, here are some of my shots of what was an incredible headliner for an amazing festival experience at the end of summer. Enjoy!