Harm reduction efforts have made their way onto the grounds of this year'sin Chicago.
A graphic for, a nonprofit with a mission to provide free, accessible naloxone to victims of overdoses, was spotted in rotation at the festival's mainstage all weekend long in Grant Park. The organization additionally provides critical naloxone application training to festival attendees who volunteer to carry the life-saving product.
Taking to Instagram, co-founders Ingela Travers-Hayward and William Perry celebrated the fact that carrying naloxone at music festivals is rapidly becoming more commonplace.
"It’s really incredible to think that just a little over a year ago, we were begging promoters to allow us on festival grounds," their post reads.
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The couple had plans to hand out over 4,000 doses of the nasal spray over the weekend. This year's Lollapalooza drew a record-breaking audience of over 500,000 across four days.
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