Pitchfork Music Festival is returning to Union Park in Chicago, July 14th-16th. Today’s announcement included the full lineup to the previously announced headliners of A Tribe Called Quest, LCD Soundsystem, Solange.
Highlights include the acid punks The Avalanches, shoegaze legends Ride, English chanteuse PJ Harvey, and up-and-comers Priests.
Also previously announced was a special collaboration with Solange’s Saint Huron label.
July 13: An evening of film and discussion at Black Cinema House at the Stony Island Arts Bank
July 14: Poetry reading and discussion by Young Chicago Authors and Saint Heron at Soho House Chicago
July 15: Saint Heron Presents an After Fest Jazz Jam & Party with house band and special surprise guests at The Promontory
July 14-16: Saint Heron Installation Space at the festival, featuring works from contemporary black artists for the duration of the Pitchfork Music Festival
Weekend GA passes ($175) and single GA day tickets ($75) are currently available. New to the festival this year is the Pitchfork +Plus for $365 and will feature the following amenities.
- Access to premium food vendors
- Access to private specialty bars (21+ area)
- Deluxe air-conditioned bathrooms
- Shaded seating areas
- Cell-phone charging stations
- Storage lockers*
- Exclusive and expedited entry to Festival
- “Come and Go” re-entry access to the Festival grounds.
All passes are on-sale and can be found here. See the full 2017 Pitchfork lineup below.