It's that time again. Lollapalooza is hours from kicking off in Chicago's Grant Park, where the music festival will host another stacked lineup over the next four days. Headliners include Post Malone, Logic and The Weeknd.

For those unable to fly to the Midwest, Red Bull will be broadcasting performances on its website and YouTube channel, offering the chance to catch your favorites, albeit without the sweet summer scent of Lake Michigan's waterfront.

The streaming schedule includes a range of rappers and R&B singers worth a browser window. Fans can catch sets Friday (Aug. 3) by Post Malone, G Herbo, Brockhampton and Tyler, the Creator, while Saturday and Sunday's lineups star Logic, The Weeknd, Gucci Mane and GoldLink. Khalid kicks off the weekend tonight (Aug. 2) at 7:00 p.m. CDT.

As always, it's been a busy summer for festivals in the Chi. Pitchfork's annual three-day showcase last month featured Lauryn Hill and DRAM alongside several local phenoms including Saba, Noname and Kweku Collins. The same weekend, Chance the Rapper hosted a Special Olympics concert that featured Usher, Smokey Robinson and the MC's own new music.

The Lolla performances will stream on three different Red Bull channels, all of which can be viewed below, where you'll also find the broadcast's full hip-hop and R&B lineup. Enjoy.

Lollapalooza Hip-Hop/R&B Stream Schedule (CDT)

Aug. 2:
Khalid — 7:00 p.m. (Channel 1)

Aug. 3:
Cuco — 2:10 (Channel 2)
G Herbo — 3:20 (Channel 3)
Taylor Bennett — 4:10 (Channel 3)
Tyler, the Creator — 5:35 (Channel 1)
Post Malone — 6:45 (Channel 1)
Brockhampton — 9:30 (Channel 2)

Aug. 4:
LL Cool J — 5:30 (Channel 2)
GoldLink — 6:30 (Channel 2)
Logic — 6:35 (Channel 1)
Daniel Caesar — 7:00 (Channel 2)
The Weeknd — 8:45 (Channel 1)

Aug. 5:
Kali Uchis — 3:30 (Channel 2)
Gucci Mane — 5:30 (Channel 1)
Chromeo — 8:00 (Channel 2)

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