Pitchfork Music Festival returns to Union Park this summer in Chicago

It’s not often that you see Earl Sweatshirt, Fleet Foxes and Chaka Khan all on the same ticket, but for the Pitchfork Music Fest, combining new artists with those of yesteryear has made them one of the most popular summer music fests in Chicago.

In its thirteenth year on July 20-22nd, Union Park will host area craft and food vendors along with over 40 musical acts over the course of the three day fest. As the full lineup was released earlier this week, fans were given a treat seeing that Grammy award winner, Lauren Hill would be headlining the final day of the fest with her Miseducation of Lauren Hill 20th Anniversary Performance.

Tickets are $75 a day or $175 for a three-day pass. The Pitchfork +PLUS Pass is $375 for a three-day pass and include premium food vendors, private specialty bars and air-conditioned bathrooms along with a few more amenities.

Friday, July 20:
Tame Impala
Courtney Barnett
Mount Kimbie
Big Thief
Earl Sweatshirt
Syd
Julien Baker
Saba
Open Mike Eagle
Julie Byrne
Joshua Abrams & Natural Information Society
Lucy Dacus
Melkbelly
The Curls

Saturday, July 21:
Fleet Foxes
The War on Drugs
Blood Orange
Raphael Saadiq
This Is Not This Heat
Moses Sumney
Kelela
Girlpool
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith
Circuit des Yeux
Nilüfer Yanya
Zola Jesus
berhana
Paul Cherry

Sunday, July 22:
Ms. Lauryn Hill (The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill 20th Anniversary Performance)
Chaka Khan
DRAM
Noname
Japandroids
(Sandy) Alex G
Alex Cameron
Smino
Japanese Breakfast
Kelly Lee Owens
Ravyn Lenae
Kweku Collins
Irreversible Entanglements
Nnamdi Ogbonnaya

For more information or to purchase tickets visit, wwwpitchforkmusicfestival.com

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