Pitchfork Music Festival will be celebrating their 12th Anniversary by bringing some big name in music to Chicago's Union Park July 14-16. This year the festival will be headlined by LCD Soundsystem on Friday (July 14), A Tribe Called Quest on Saturday (July 15) and will see Solange in the finale on Sunday (July 16).
This year Pitchfork is teaming with Saint Heron, the label and arts platform founded by Solange Knowles. The Saint Heron-curated event series will feature an onsite art installation, film screening, artist talks, late night jazz jam sessions, and more, taking place at various locations throughout Chicago from Thursday, July 13 through Sunday, July 16.
Tickets for the festival start at $75 for a single day, $175 for a three day pass, and this year they are introducing the Pitchfork +PLUS pass at $375 for three days. Pitchfork +PLUS passes include everything that General Admissions passes provide plus the following:
The complete announced line-up for each day is as follows:
Friday, July 14: LCD Soundsystem, Dirty Projectors, Danny Brown, Thurston Moore Group, Vince Staples, Arca & Jesse Kanda, Kamaiyah, Hiss Golden Messenger, Frankie Cosmos, William Tyler, D∆WN, Priests, and Madame Gandhi.
Saturday, July 15: A Tribe Called Quest, PJ Harvey, Angel Olsen, the Feelies, George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, Mitski, Madlib, Arab Strap, S U R V I V E, Francis and the Lights, Weyes Blood, Jeff Rosenstock, Cherry Glazerr, and Vagabon.
Sunday, July 16: Solange, Nicolas Jaar, the Avalanches, Ride, American Football, Isaiah Rashad, Hamilton Leithauser, Pinegrove, Jamila Woods, Colin Stetson, Derrick Carter, Joey Purp, NE-HI, and Kilo Kish.
For more ticket info, and to stay tuned on new amenities and additions to the 2017 Festival, visit the Festival website.