Jane's front man and the festival's founder-turned-corporate figurehead Perry Farrell doesn't offer many details in his interview with Melinda Newman of Hitfix.com, but he does hint at some sort of spectacular flyover:
"We're doing a helicopter trick... I'm going to be emotional. I know when the helicopter flies over Grant Park, people are going to be emotional."
He also dropped the tidbit that the concert is being filmed for possible theatrical release (in 3D, no less); that he can't envision what the festival will look like by the end of its long-term deal with the city in 2018 ("I can't go down the road that far") and that he "doesn't even think about" criticisms of the fest that have been made by this blogger or Greg Kot of the Chicago Tribune ("When they look at it, when they try to put it down, it's like the Olympics: You to take out the highest and the lowest score"), though that has been all too obvious for the last five years.