CHICAGO, IL- As the Spring rolls in and with Summer right around the corner, Chicago is once again getting ready to host Pitchfork’s Summer Music Festival. A three day musical event that takes place in Union Park of Chicago’s west end, July 19th-21st is primed to be another explosive year for Pitchfork. With indie darlings HAIM headlining the first day along with legendary soul artist Mavis Staples, grammy-award winning rapper Pusha-T, and lyrical genius Earl Sweatshirt, festival goers with undoubtedly get their fill on the start of the festivities.

The second day looks to be even more promising, as the historic Motown trio of the Isley Brothers gear up to celebrate their 60th anniversary on Pitchfork’s main stage. The 20th will also see the return of Kurt Vile who performed back in 2011 and Freddie Gibbs who had made quite the name for himself in as the suave, modern godfather of Gangsta rap. Some newcomers are set to hit the stage as well during the three day stretch. Japan’s punk rock quartet of CHAI will make their debut along with Jay Som, JPEG MAFIA, Black Midi, and Clairo just to name a few.

The last day will see Swedish pop icon, Robyn, close out the festival along with Charli XCX, Chicago’s own Whitney, and the ever-so funky quartet of Khruangbin. In truth, the excitement and anticipation could not be higher for this year’s killer lineup. For all information regarding Pitchfork Music Festival 2019 along with tickets/passes, hit the link here!

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Pitchfork Music Festival Chicago
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