Lollapalooza has officially concluded. While the attendees of the annual summer bash are sad to see it go, there's no doubt the stacked lineup featured this year was well worth the price of admission.

The final day showcased the talents of (Sandy) Alex GBayonneFlumeJojiMasegoMeek MillPerry Farrell's Kind Heaven OrchestraROSALÍASharon Van EttenslenderbodiesStill Woozythe Revivalists and Slash along with Myles Kennedy And The Conspirators.

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Check out the best glimpses of Lollapalooza's fourth and final day below.

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Lollapalooza weekend had its fair share of notable highlights. Death Cab For Cutie brought Chance The Rapper onstage for an incredible performance, a numerous amount of fans stormed the festival’s fences in order to get in for free and some attendees took crowdsurfing to a whole new level.

Maybe it was an attempt to be noticed by the performers or simply a way to stand out in the crowd, but attendees took their crowdsurfing experience up a notch by climbing inside trash cans.

What seemed like an absolutely crazy idea turned into quite a bit of entertainment for those in attendance.

Another example of fan ingenuity, dozens attempted to storm the gates of the festival in an effort to get in for free.

Photographer Jeremy Cohen, who’s shooting the event, caught the phenomenon on video.

Later, in a Twitter DM to Mashable, he said he saw the mob “casually walk down the street.”

“When they saw a spot with not many cops around, they stormed the gate all at once,” Cohen said. “It was def planned … [It] was very strategic.”

Check out the storm Lollapalooza operation here.

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