Watch the Weeknd, Charli XCX, Paul McCartney and More Perform at Lollapalooza Without Leaving Your House

Lollapalooza is taking place over three cities (Chicago, Berlin and Tokyo, if you haven’t heard) but don’t fret if your jet-setting skills won’t allow you to span the globe this weekend. Red Bull TV is bringing the three-day festival to anyone with an Internet connection through their livestream.

Coachella, Lollapalooza Ban Selfie Sticks

Bring your dancing shoes. Bring your sunscreen. But please leave those selfie sticks at home.

Selfie sticks, those divisive extenders used to take even grander photos of yourself, have been banned by two of the nation’s largest music festivals, Coachella and Lollapalooza, the Associated Press reports.

Kellan Lutz Brushes Off Lady Attention & Sticks with His Pals at Lollapalooza Event

In town for Lollapalooza festivities, Kellan Lutz stopped by Miami lounge in Chicago, where he was able to sneak in some downtime with his brothers and close pals.

Lutz and his crew immediately made their way to the Barefoot Wine & Bubbly bar where they “quickly started chatting up several adoring ladies who were professing their love,” a source tells PEOPLE.

“The actor talked to the girls about his upcoming Expendables 3 role and even did an impression of his costar, Arnold Schwarzenegger.”

Lollapalooza Lures Jenny McCarthy, Joe Manganiello & More to the Windy City

Chicago got a taste of Hollywood over the weekend, as stars made their way to the Windy City for the Lollapalooza music festival, where a slew of acts performed, including Red Hot Chili Peppers, Florence + the Machine, Kaskade and Avicii.

Jenny McCarthy, who has been spending a lot of time there with her Chicago Bears beau Brian Urlacher, skipped the festival itself, but took part in some festivities, sans her man.

Lollapalooza: How the Stars Partied in Chicago

It may have ended with a downpour – but at this year’s Lollapalooza in Chicago, 270,000 music lovers were showered with sets by 140 different artists, including headliners Coldplay, Eminem and the Foo Fighters, who closed down the festival Sunday night.

While the concerts raged in Grant Park, heaps of stars hit the Windy City for parties and events at some of Chicago’s hot spots.