The 12th annual Pitchfork Music Festival announced its full lineup on Friday (March 10), revealing sets from PJ Harvey, Dirty Projectors, Danny Brown, Angel Olsen, George Clinton & the P-Funk All-Stars, The Avalanches and the reunited Ride.
The fest, July 14-16, will take place in Chicago's Union Park and feature a typically eclectic roster, also including the Thurston Moore Group, Mitski, Madlib, Arab Strap, American Football, Hamilton Leithauser, Francis and the Lights and Kilo Kish, among others.
In addition, this year's edition will feature a special collaboration between Saint Heron, headliner Solange Knowles' label and artist platform, with an on-site art installation, film screening, artist talks, poetry readings, late night jazz jam sessions and more events throughout Chicago from July 13-16; click here for more details. Previously announced headliners LCD Soundsystem will close out the first night, with A Tribe Called Quest doing the honors on night two and Solange bringing it home on the final evening.
Ticket prices are $75 a day and $175 for three-day passes. High rollers can also go for the Pitchfork+Plus upgrade three-day pass, which includes general admission tickets, access to premium food vendors and specialty cocktails, air-conditioned bathrooms, access to private bars, shaded seating areas, cell-charging stations, storage lockers and come-and-go access to the festival grounds. Click here to purchase tickets.
The full lineup:
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, 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, 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, Kilo Kish