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fun. "Some Nights": and the Machine "Breath of Life": at Lollapalooza: - Subscribe to ClevverMusic! - ClevverMusic Facebook Fan Page! - Follow Us!We've got the highlights from this year's Lollapalooza Music festival in Chicago, and the big showstopper was Mother Nature! You're watching ClevverMusic. One of the biggest music festivals of the year- Lollapalooza which takes place in Chicago's Grant Park, saw many lows and highs at this year's festival! The overwhelming low for fest goers was the 3 hour evacuation on Saturday due to heavy thunderstorms. At 3:30pm the festival evacuated 90,000 attendees due to heavy rain, hail, lightning and 70 miles per hour winds. But don't worry, after the brief suspension in performing, the show resumed in muddy delight.Although some sets were cancelled due to the storms such as B.o.b. and Alabama Shakes, Fun. was one band that was rescheduled, and opened the fest back up, playing a half hour set for fans who overflowed the crowd into the street beyond the stage. Another noteworthy performance from the fest was Florence and the Machine Sunday, who donned in a red Alexander McQueen dress, played to one of the largest crowds the fest has ever seen. Flo and pals debuted their song from the "Snow White and the Huntsmen" soundtrack titled "Breath of Life" for fans. According to Flo, it had never ever been played live before.Swedish DJ Avicii, started off his set Saturday night appropriately with "Levels", playing out of his giant head to a crowd full of neon clad kids. He also surprised fans with a Florence and the Machine tribute, playing "Spectrum", a definite highlight for fest goers. Festival founder, Jane's Addiction's Perry Farrell announced at this year's fest that he's bringing the show to Tel Aviv, Israel...