Pitchfork Music Festival is set to take place in Chicago’s Union Park from July 19-21, featuring an exciting lineup of artists for music enthusiasts to enjoy. The festival, known for showcasing 88Nine-friendly artists, will include performances from Brittany Howard, 100 gecs, Jeff Rosenstock, Sudan Archives, feeble little horse, and Kara Jackson, among others.

The headliners for the festival are Black Pumas on July 19, Jamie xx on July 20, and Alanis Morissette on July 21. With such a diverse and talented lineup, the festival promises to be a solid way to continue the music enjoyment after Summerfest ends on July 6.

Tickets for the festival are now on sale, with prices ranging from 9 for single-day passes to 9 for a three-day VIP upgrade. To view the full lineup and purchase tickets, visit the Pitchfork Music Festival website.

Some of the other notable artists performing at the festival include Jai Paul, Yaeji, Carly Rae Jepsen, De La Soul, Grandmaster Flash, and Jessica Pratt, to name a few. With such a range of musical talent on display, the Pitchfork Music Festival is sure to be a highlight for music lovers this summer.

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