HAIM, Robyn & The Isley Brothers Headlining Pitchfork Music Festival 2019
By Paris Close
March 7, 2019
On Wednesday (March 6), Pitchfork revealed its annual fest, which runs from July 19 through July 21 at Chicago's Union Park this summer, will kick off with leading performances from the indie-pop trio on Friday, followed by a special 60th-anniversary set from the doo-woop icons on Saturday, and end with the "Honey" pop star rounding out the event on Sunday.
Sky Ferreira, Rico Nasty and Jermih will also perform on the opening day, while Pusha-T, Jay Som and Tirzah playing the second night alongside Stereolab, who will have their first North American show in 10 years at the concert. Additional acts expected to hit the Pitchfork stage include Snail Mail, Dreezy, Charli XCX, and Belle & Sebastian.
Tickets for the 2019 Pitchfork Music Festival can be purchased at $75/day or $175 for a three-day pass. (For more details on ticket availability, click here.)
Scroll on to see the full lineup below.
Friday, July 19:
Standing on the Corner
Great Black Music Ensemble
Saturday, July 20:
The Isley Brothers - 60th Anniversary Celebration
Belle & Sebastian
Cate Le Bon
Sunday, July 21:
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