CHICAGO (CBS)– The Roots, Mitski and The National will be among the headliners as the Pitchfork Music Festival returns to Chicago’s Union Park in July.
The three-day festival will take place from Friday to Sunday July 15-17.
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Pitchfork organizers say they’re proud to showcase what they call “the best up-and-coming music from around the world.” This year’s headliners include legendary artists like The Roots, Mitski and The National.
Discover the complete program online.
“This year’s lineup is a celebration of the rising indie class and those who continue to lead the way in innovation,” Pitchfork editor Puja Patel said in a statement.
Showcasing a wide range of vendors, Pitchfork says its goal is to support local Chicago businesses while promoting local arts and food communities.
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Pitchfork organizers say they will stay in close contact with city officials and adhere to COVID-19 protocols as regulations evolve.
Tickets go on sale Friday, March 11 at 10 a.m. Central Time. To buy tickets, click here.
For a complete list of warm weather concerts and events in and around Chicago, click here.
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