Pitchfork Music Festival Announces 2024 Lineup

    Pitchfork Music Festival has announced its 2024 lineup. Returning to Chicago’s Union Park on July 19-21, the event will be headlined by Black Pumas, Jai Paul, and 100 gecs on Friday; Jamie xx, Carly Rae Jepsen, and Jessie Ware on Saturday; and Alanis Morissette, Brittany Howard, and MUNA on Sunday. The lineup also features Jeff Rosenstock, Yaeji, Sudan Archives, Amen Dunes, billy woods & Kenny Segal, Tkay Maidza, Rosali, Wednesday, Bratmobile, Water From Your Eyes, Sweeping Promises, feeble little horse, Hotline TNT, Kara Jackson, L’Rain, Jessica Pratt, Mannequin Pussy, Joanna Sternberg, and more.

    Tickets for the festival are on sale now, with prices starting at $219 for three-day passes and $109 for single-day passes. New to this year’s festival are VIP tickets offering “premium viewing areas,” unlimited access to backstage lounges, complimentary beverages, daily catered meals, mobile charging stations, tarot readings, massages, and more. The Pitchfork VIP upgrade is available for $699 for a three-day pass and $379 for a single-day pass.

    In January, Condé Nast, Pitchfork’s owner, announced its decision to merge the music publication into GQ, resulting in a number of staff layoffs.

    Friday July 19:
    Black Pumas
    Jai Paul
    100 gecs
    Jeff Rosenstock
    Sudan Archives
    Amen Dunes
    billy woods & Kenny Segal
    Tkay Maidza
    ML Buch
    Angry Blackmen
    Black Duck

    Saturday July 20:
    Jamie xx
    Carly Rae Jepsen
    Jessie Ware
    De La Soul
    Water From Your Eyes
    Sweeping Promises
    feeble little horse
    Hotline TNT
    Kara Jackson

    Sunday July 21:
    Alanis Morissette
    Brittany Howard
    Grandmaster Flash
    Les Savy Fav
    Jessica Pratt
    Mannequin Pussy
    Hailu Mergia
    Nala Sinephro
    Joanna Sternberg

    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis is a writer, journalist, and music editor at Our Culture. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, GIGsoup, and other publications. He currently lives in Athens, Greece.

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