The Pitchfork Music Festival is an annual summer music festival held in Chicago, Illinois, United States. The festival, which is focused on independent rock, electronic and hip-hop music, was founded in 2005 by Ryan Schreiber, a former contributor to Pitchfork Media.
This year the 2022 Pitchfork Music Festival will take place July 15–17 at Union Park in Chicago, Illinois. The exact address you need to enter in your navigation app or tell your pilot is: 1501 W Randolph St, Chicago, IL 60606, United States.
Pitchfork Music Festival will feature a wide variety of artists from different genres. The full Pitchfork artist line-up is now available and some of the names that will perform are:
This is only a partial list of the artists that are performing. For the full line-up, visit Pitchfork’s website or check the flyer below.
Known for its eclectic lineup and diversity in music.
The festival is known for its diverse and eclectic lineup, which has included everyone from indie rock legends to up-and-coming rappers. This year’s festival looks to be no different, with a wide range of genres represented.
Whether you’re interested in just one genre or want to explore something new, this eclectic festival is sure to have something for everyone. Tickets are on sale now, so don’t wait too long to get yours. You can get a 3-day GA ticket for $200,- or a Single Day-GA for $99,-. Get your tickets here.
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