This year, on August 1-3, Lollapalooza will stream live exclusively on Red Bull TV and Red Bull TV’s distribution network of partners including Apple TV, Xbox 360, Amazon Fire TV and Kindle Fire, Chromecast and Samsung Smart TVs.

“I am trying to create a social gathering where people can feel like they were at the right place at the right time. They can brag about it. They can tell their kids and their grandchildren about it,” said Perry Farrell, Lollapalooza Festival Founder, in an exclusive interview that can be viewed here.

The stream will have three channels with footage from five stages over three days. That’s over 100 artists and 200 hours of content. You’ll also get to see some exclusive interviews with artists, behind-the-scenes footage, and festival highlights if you’d prefer a more curated experience. Don’t trust me? Take it from Meg Myers. Watch the video above for her very important advice.

The full schedule will be announced on July 29. Tune in to Lollapalooza.redbull.tv for more info.