THE PITCHFORK MUSIC FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES 2016 LINEUP
FRIDAY, JULY 15 – SUNDAY, JULY 17 @ CHICAGO’S UNION PARK
The Pitchfork Music Festival, happening Friday, July 15, through Sunday, July 17, is excited to announce its 2016 lineup! As has become Pitchfork’s tradition, the 2016 festival is curated to strike a balance between discovery and celebration—a true music fan’s destination. The independently run event continues to be one of the world’s most exciting and praised by artists and fans alike for its welcoming and intimate vibe and wide-ranging music.
Friday will see performances by Beach House, Broken Social Scene, Carly Rae Jepsen, Girl Band, Julia Holter, Mick Jenkins, Moses Sumney, The Range, Shamir, Twin Peaks, and Whitney.
Saturday features ANDERSON .Paak & the Free Nationals, BJ The Chicago Kid, Blood Orange, Brian Wilson performing Pet Sounds, Car Seat Headrest, Circuit des Yeux, Digable Planets, Holly Herndon, Jenny Hval, Kevin Morby, Martin Courtney, Oneman, Royal Headache, Savages, Sufjan Stevens, and Super Furry Animals
And Sunday’s presentation includes Empress Of, FKA twigs, Holy Ghost!, The Hotelier, Jeremih, Jlin, Kamasi Washington, LUH., Miguel, NAO, Neon Indian, Oneohtrix Point Never, Porches, RP Boo, Sun Ra Arkestra, Thundercat, and Woods.
Tickets for the 2016 Pitchfork Music Festival are on sale now. Three-day passes are available for $165
and single day passes are available for $65.
PURCHASES TICKETS HERE — https://www.ticketfly.com/search/?q=pitchfork
Visit www.pitchforkmusicfestival.com and www.facebook.com/pitchforkmusicfestival for more information. Follow @pitchforkfest on Twitter for the latest news, announcements and exclusive content, and use the hashtag #p4kfest.
FRIDAY, JULY 15
Broken Social Scene
Carly Rae Jepsen
SATURDAY, JULY 16
ANDERSON .Paak & the Free Nationals
BJ The Chicago Kid
Brian Wilson performing Pet Sounds
Car Seat Headrest
Circuit des Yeux
Super Furry Animals
SUNDAY, JULY 17
Oneohtrix Point Never
Sun Ra Arkestra
Pitchfork is the most trusted voice in music. Over the last 20 years, Pitchfork’s online magazine has defined how music is covered in the digital era, leading The New York Times to call it “the most prominent brand in online music journalism” and TIME Magazine to recognize it as one of the world’s 50 best websites. In addition to setting a new standard in music coverage, Pitchfork has developed a global reputation for its music festivals. Chicago’s Pitchfork Music Festival has been held every year since 2006, and in 2011, Pitchfork launched Pitchfork Music Festival Paris, bringing its vision of the live music experience to Europe. In 2015, Pitchfork was acquired by Condé Nast, joining a family of brands that includes The New Yorker, Wired, and GQ, among many others, enabling growth in the U.S. and beyond.