Lolla Day 3: Can’t stop, addicted to the shindig

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CHICAGO -- The mic has dropped on Day 3 of Lollapalooza 2016.

Lolla veterans Red Hot Chili Peppers closed out Saturday on the South end of Grant Park while Disclosure finished the night on the North end.

Festival founder Perry Farrell performed with his band Jane's Addiction in the prime time slot on one of the main stages.

Country artist Chris Stapelton performed to a giant crowd.

And all of it under mostly clear skies and dry weather.

Normally, the end of Day 3 marks the end of the festival weekend.  But not this year.  For the 25th anniversary of the festival, Lolla is rocking four days.

Below is a look at all of Saturday's fun from Grant Park.

Complete coverage of the festival here.

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