Lollapalooza w/ Mick Jenkins

words by Jake Heinitz

photo/video by Bryan Allen Lamb


This past weekend, we went to Lollapalooza with our guy Mick Jenkins. If the size of his mid-afternoon crowd served as proof, Mick has experienced quite the breakout year. Since the release of his latest mixtape The Water[s], Mick signed to Cinematic (a label run by Jonny Shipes, our favorite functional stoner), went on the Smokers Club Tour with Method Man and Redman, and collaborated with renowned artists such as Kaytranada.   

In this visual recap by Bryan Allen Lamb -- Mick's tour photographer and frequent collaborator of Greenroom -- you will see a progression of his day from the massive Lolla performance all the way through to an incredibly lit appearance at the official after-show with Hurt Everybody, performing their collaborative track "Social Network"

Following his recent tour with with Joey Bada$$ and Denzel Curry, Mick has just announced a nationwide headlining tour supported by Stwo - peep the dates below and buy your tickets here:

8/29 The Hi-Fi Indianapolis, IN
8/30 Shelter Detroit, MI
9/1 The Hoxton Toronto, CA
9/2 Ritual Ottawa, CA
9/3 Middle East Cambridge, MA 
9/4 Highline Ballroom New York, NY
9/5 U Street Music Hall Washington, DC 
9/6 Made in America Festival Philadelphia, PA 
9/8 Cat's Cradle Back Room Carrboro, NC 
9/9 Masquerade Atlanta, GA
9/10 The Orpheum Tampa, FL
9/11 Churchill's Pub Miami, FL
9/12 Backbooth Orlando, FL
9/14 Warehouse Houston, TX
9/15 The Parrish Room Austin, TX 
9/16 Trees Dallas Dallas, TX
9/18 Skylight Santa Fe, NM 
9/19 Monarch Theatre Phoenix, AZ
9/20 Observatory San Diego, CA
9/21 Observatory Santa Ana, CA
9/22 The Roxy Theatre West Hollywood, CA
9/23 The Catalyst Santa Cruz, CA
9/24 The Sutter Room San Francisco, CA
9/25 Star Theater Portland, OR
9/26 The Crocodile Seattle, WA
9/27 Fortune Sound Club Vancouver, BC
9/29 The Complex Salt Lake City, UT
9/30 Cervantes Masterpiece Denver, CO
10/3 Rose Music Hall Columbia, MO
10/4 Blue Moose Taphouse Iowa City, IA
10/5 7th Street Entry Minneapolis, MN 
10/8 The Metro Chicago, IL 

The tour will be in support of his upcoming tape, Wave[s] - our friend Andrew Barber (FakeShoreDrive) got a sneak listen and said it sounds nothing like what you'd expect. Needless to say, we're fucking excited. Listen to the first track here, produced by Stefan Ponce and ThemPeople: