There isn't going to be a better time all year for star sightings in Chicago than this weekend.
It remains to be seen which stars will be on hand when the annual music festival begins Friday in
Hard Rock Hotel: Thanks to its blow-out parties in the Fender Ballroom and many gift suites, as well as the
Paris Club: The front-runner for Chicago's most popular celebrity hangout in 2012 attracted Arquette,
Board Room: It's best known as the place where a wealthy patron bought
The Underground: It's not as new as its competitors, but The Underground is still a favorite among celebrities. Lohan, Arquette, Green,
Metro: The celebs who have come to the Lollapalooza after-shows at Metro can be just as famous as the ones performing on stage. Sudeikis,
Hotel Sax: If a band is staying at a hotel, chances are they’ll party there at some point as well. That’s what the bands Phoenix and
Hub 51: It appears most of the bold names that used to go to Hub 51 are now being directed to Paris Club and
Debonair Social Club: Aaron Paul liked hosting last year's Lollapalooza after-party at Debonair so much, the Emmy-winning “Breaking Bad” star plans to return Saturday to the
House of Blues: Like Metro, the House of Blues after-shows have been known to draw a few famous faces. Arquette and Lohan, which, if you can't tell by now, seem to make the rounds every year during Lollapalooza, were spotted there in 2010 and 2011, respectively. Of Monsters & Men will perform there Saturday.
Nellcote: If you're more interested in hanging out with the bands, Nellcote is one of your best options. The celeb clientele at this West Town eatery has been heavy on rock acts since it opened in March, including