Take a Look Inside Brownies & Lemonade’s Larger-Than-Life Lollapalooza Aftershow

Since appearing in the Los Angeles EDM scene in the mid-2010s, electronic music collective Brownies & Lemonade has grown exponentially—with a cult following to match. Known for their off-the-walls, if-you-know-you-know shows, they've hosted everything from underground pop-ups and open aux concerts to high-profile artist showcases and curated festival stages. 

The powerhouse brand's latest stop was in Chicago at Lollapalooza, which was the first major multi-genre festival to surface since the onset of the pandemic. Following a July 30th stage takeover, B&L headed to Chop Shop for a sold-out July 31st aftershow that proved larger than life. With its packed audience, stacked lineup and multitude of merch-clad fans, one thing became instantly clear: B&L's influence has now captured the country. 

Brownies & Lemonade's "All Stars & Friends" aftershow pulled a sold-out crowd to one of Wicker Park's most beloved venues, Chop Shop. 

Brownies & Lemonade's "All Stars & Friends" aftershow pulled a sold-out crowd to one of Wicker Park's most beloved venues, Chop Shop. 

Featuring performances by Chet Porter, Justin Jay, Moore KismetPeekaboo, and LYNY, the nearly four hour-long show captured nearly every mood in the book. 

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Chet Porter checked all the boxes when it came to cathartic anthems like "Bummed" (a collab with Alison Wonderland) and "Language" by Porter Robinson. Peekaboo later flexed a hypnotizing hold over his audience, plunging the crowd into a soundscape of dark and devastating bass while Moore Kismet opted for a riveting blend of saturated drums and glitchy growls. 

Even Olivia Rodrigo's music made an appearance via a house remix of "drivers license" courtesy of Jay. Apparently, the pop star's music was a popular set staple throughout the festival.

Check out our photo gallery of the "All Stars & Friends" aftershow below. 

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