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CHICAGO — Lollapalooza will call Chicago home for another decade.

The festival’s creator, Perry Farrell, spoke with WGN’s Dean Richards on Thursday, the first day of the four-day festival.

“The mayor has given us a 10-year extension in the park,” Farrell said. “So we’ll be around here for another decade.”

The production company behind Lollapalooza, C3 Presents, says no final agreement has been reached however, the Chicago Tribune reports.

Lolla runs through Sunday in Chicago’s Grant Park.

This year’s headliners include Metallica on Thursday, Dua Lipa on Friday, J. Cole on Saturday and Green Day on Sunday.

Full schedule and information at Lollapalooza’s website.

You can watch Dean’s full interview with Perry Farrell in the video player below.